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Thin stingy implements, such as [[cane]]s, tend to produce [[welt]]s and, in extreme cases, can break the skin. Thuddy implements, such as wooden [[paddle]]s and heavy [[leather]] implements such as [[strap]]s or [[belt]]s, tend to leave [[bruise]]s and, in extreme cases, can do damage to bones (such as the [[pelvis]] or [[coccyx]]) or nerves.
 
Thin stingy implements, such as [[cane]]s, tend to produce [[welt]]s and, in extreme cases, can break the skin. Thuddy implements, such as wooden [[paddle]]s and heavy [[leather]] implements such as [[strap]]s or [[belt]]s, tend to leave [[bruise]]s and, in extreme cases, can do damage to bones (such as the [[pelvis]] or [[coccyx]]) or nerves.
 
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As a spankee, do you prefer sting or thud?
 
Sting
 
Thud
 
The middle (implements that combine sting and thud)
 
Sting for the first part of the spanking, then thud
 
Thud for for the first part of the spanking, then sting
 
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== See also ==
 
== See also ==
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[[Category:Spanking terms]]
 
[[Category:Spanking terms]]
[[Category:Polls]]
 

Revision as of 18:35, 1 August 2016

Sting and thud are terms spanking enthusiasts often use to refer to two ends of a spectrum of different kinds of pain.

sting <------------------------------> thud

Stingy spanking implements produce a sharp sensation that is mostly felt on the skin. Thuddy implements, on the other hand, penetrate into deeper tissues and muscles. As a rule of thumb, the heavier an implement is, the thuddier it is.

Some spankees have a preference for sting while others prefer thud, and yet others like both, or implements in the middle of the spectrum that combine sting with thud, or getting a stingy implement first and a thuddy later, etc.

Thin stingy implements, such as canes, tend to produce welts and, in extreme cases, can break the skin. Thuddy implements, such as wooden paddles and heavy leather implements such as straps or belts, tend to leave bruises and, in extreme cases, can do damage to bones (such as the pelvis or coccyx) or nerves.

See also