Thursday, July 11, 2019

Cheeky, Saucy Or Sassy?









Those big thick reference books simply cannot solve this situation. We had a situation here and Jack gave a tutorial right there at the side of the bed spanking away. He thought it very important to discuss three important words ....... cheeky, saucy, and sassy! He wanted to clarify and review those definitions while his sweet wife was right there over the bed. No, I did not take notes during that spanking, but the minute is was possible, I was up rubbing with one hand and writing with the other exactly the finer points of Jack's discussion. Now that is a most interesting chain of events as well as a funny visual picturing all of that. 

Jack explained his definitions of those three words and the consequences of each as well. Meanwhile, the spanking kept going.   First up along with my bottom was the word cheeky.  Jack defined this word as unasked for comments, unnecessary comments that come from his wife. I have no idea the definition in the dictionary or the thesaurus. I was only concerned with Jack's point of view at the moment. Saucy was the next word up for discussion as the spanking continued. His definition was sexy as in he liked it and thought it worked well for us. Wow......... so I needed to remember that definition. However, we were right at the heart of the spanking. now. The definition of sassy was front and center. Sassy is hands-on-hips, finger-pointing, talking above a conversational tone, big time attitude and rudeness.   My husband says that sassy means a spanking, no if and or buts, except mine. 

There you have Jack's definitions.  

Please share your definitions or you can interview your Hoh and share your answers. 

Meredith

17 comments:

  1. Your three cute little words to ponder had me asking my guy for clarification. In our home cheeky is more playful and cute, sassy is being bold with a little attitude, and saucy is some serious attitude, much like Jacks definition. My guy did add that I needed to remember that each of these has the potential to lead to over the bed time if carried too far.
    So now being in the know, I will try for slightly cheeky keeping it light and fun and hopeful that I remain standing! Lol!
    Very cute and very funny Meredith!

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    1. Laurel,
      Wives need to know when to stop as your sweet guy pointed out. Thanks for your insightful comment.
      M

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  2. Love this Meredith:) great definitions. When we were active in ttwd cheeky and saucy and it usually led to some fun :) sassy however, was a different story!

    Hugs
    Roz

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    1. Roz,
      Stay is always a different story. Thank you!
      M

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  3. Don't think your Jack gave a hoot what the formal definitions were. His were the ones that counted. When you think about it, all 3 words seem to come from another time. You don't hear any of them used as much as they used to be.

    "Saucy" still sounds like the safest place to stay with our men.

    Ella

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    1. Ella,
      Saucy is safest especially when dressed in a summer sundress.
      Thank you
      M

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  4. Meredith,
    What a fun and clever post! I am imagining you standing at your desk rubbing your rear and scribbling quickly!

    Storm says it looks like Jack's definitions kind of go from "too cold" for cheeky to "too hot" for sassy (which Storm would replace with the word Snippy) and then all things being "just right" with saucy.

    In any case, in my opinion, you are Goldie Locks! HA!

    Hugs,
    Snippy

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    1. Windy,
      I am adding snippy to my list. I am guilty of snippy many times. Thank you
      M

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  5. Cute post. I'm not even going to ASK BIKSS. I don't think we have words to define them. He has 'looks'.

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    1. Fondles,
      I am adding "the looks" to my list. Thanks for stopping by.
      M

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  6. Love Jack's definitions. I used to hear I was 'salty'.

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    1. Sunny,
      I could not believe my eyes when I saw you had commented on my blog. It has been a while. Your comment is one I like........... salty is added to my list.
      M

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  7. Trying to catch up here after a busy week!
    In Harry and Rosie land, saucy usually means teasing, which will earn ‘the look’ or maybe a swat or two. Cheeky will lead to a reminder but the one to beware of is sassy, which will involve a paddle for sure!
    Rosie xx

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    1. Rosie,
      Avoiding sassy is always a really good idea here too.
      Thanks for your comment.
      M

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  8. Meredith, my my my. Over the bed due to all those S words. I would add Stop to the list just to prevent another S word from happening! :-)
    Mignon

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    1. Mignon,
      How are you?
      I am adding your S word to my growing list.
      Thanks for commenting.
      M

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  9. I love his definitions of those three words. I recommend sticking with the saucy and sexy :-) Hugs

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