Saturday, April 27

My boyfriend's back and you're 'gonna be in trouble!

I heard an old song by a 1960's girl group, "The Angels".

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VDZK6LCPMGs

The song is sung by a girl whose boyfriend went away but is now coming back. While he was away, another boy wanted to get into her pants, but she rebuffed him, and now he is spreading lies about her. However, the girl clearly has her big strong boyfriend wrapped around her little finger, and that other boy is in big trouble now that the boyfriend is back.
Now he's back and things'll be fine
You're 'gonna be sorry you were ever born
Cause he's kinda big and he's awful strong
Hey he knows I wasn't cheatin'!
Now you're 'gonna get a beatin'!
What made you think he'd believe all your lies?
You're a big man now but he'll cut you down to size
My boyfriend's back he's gonna save my reputation
If I were you I'd take a permanent vacation
I find this whole thing to be very femdom (or is that just me?)

I picture the boyfriend as kind of big and dumb, but exceptionally devoted to his girlfriend. She will send him out to find the boy and forcefully bring him to her. I imagine the boy might get a bit beaten up in this process. Maybe punched once or twice. She will have him stripped and held bent over as she takes a cane and a belt to this boy's ass, saying "Now you're 'gonna get a beatin'!" And it will be a very severe beating, enough to leave his ass red and welted.


Then she'll put on a strap-on, and while her boyfriend watches teach this lying boy not to say untrue things about her. They will let it be known around the neighbourhood exactly what was done to him.


Well, that's how I hear the song anyways!

26 comments:

  1. .............only you could concoct such a ridiculous interpetation

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  2. Now, if you would change the above scenario to,
    "My girl friend's back,
    and you're going to be in trouble . . ."
    (Oh, ahem, excuse me, I drifted.)
    What was that you said?

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  3. Argh. I love it.
    I can't get the idea of being in that position under your angry strapon out of my head now.I love the way she is leaning on his head.
    I imagine the singer and boyfriend kidnap the 'rumor spreader' and cuff his ankles in a spreader (tee hee). They have him naked with ass in the air, wrists cuffed and on a short chain to the centre of the spreader. He's collared with a short leash clicked to a bolt In the floor. (man, it's easier to draw these things!) Then they spank and peg and sodomized him over a weekend then release him. Maybe they keep some photos of him femmed up to blackmail him with.
    Hey, if a things worth doing its worth overdoing right?

    lill jo

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    1. Oh dear. And I just wanted to give him a cute little spanking and pegging!

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  4. Hi Julie,

    That animated photo reminds me of Bruce Springsteen's 'Ramrod' or even 'Drive All Night.' :) I wouldn't even want to think what you'd picture about the song "Bad Boys Get Spanked" by the Pretenders. :) You're the best!

    pete

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    1. I had to look up the "Bad Boys Get Spanked" on u-tube. Yikes!

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    2. lol, u-tube, or spanking tube? :)

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    1. What, that's not what everybody sees in the song???
      ;-)

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  6. And then he is put into diapers and pink rumba panties and led on a leash around the neighborhood...........

    Goddess Gretchen

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    1. The poor boy. That'll learn him!

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  7. What a great animation, you have such a wicked imagination, bet his ass stings inside and out, spanked, caned and pegged, such a lucky guy, wish my wife was as considerate ;)

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    1. You only need to ask once with me!

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  8. I've heard of looking at life thru rose-tinted classes. Apparently you view life thru femdom tinted spectacles!

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    1. Oh come on! Am I the only once who sees a femdom undercurrent in that song??

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  9. Well done ma'am and yes perfect interpretation of the song, out but love the strap on.....she is really riding him. Thanks, love it.
    Always
    Ron

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    1. Finally! Someone who sees it my way. Thank you, at least, ron, for sucking up to me!

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    2. Now wait one second....you know me I don't suck up to you...well a little but wow, love this one.
      Dam that butt riding is hot!
      Always
      Ron

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  10. Love the clip, Julie! I especially like how passive he is--eyes closed, hand open, not grasping. Just taking it, accepting his place.

    Love your blog, all of it.

    Michael

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  11. Is there a tie-in there between the strapon gif and how she's staring at "...my boyfriend's back"! I know, terrible joke.

    Every time I flick back to this page that poor guy is still gettin hammered from behind haha.

    lill jo.

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  12. alway love this song and i love the lyrics you have use for this song if i could i would write a song about strict julie and her spankings way but i am not very talented at these things

    anyhow iam sure everytime time you hear these song wont be same as you alway thought when hear the song

    female spanker rules the world and let hear it for the fem dom female too as they march around looking for naughty boys who need hard spankings

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  13. Your interpretation is perfect! (Forgive me if I virtualy kiss the floor you walk on ma'am)

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  14. In the spirit of the blog. . . But not even close. A very typical response from a HS girl of the time about a normally protective boyfriend in a conventional relationship. Most men then and now are both protective of and identify the GF as an emblem of their status and pride. Mess with my car, GF or other stuff and you'll suffer. The more serious relationships had the usual defensive/protective attitude about any family member. How the dynamic goes within the relationship is immaterial, both defend the partnership against outsiders. At the time of the song, women didn't do physical conflict, though social assassination has been a practice since before the Greeks. Men have been White Knights protecting threatened women for longer.

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