Sunday, 11 October 2009

A most horrid Birching!

Hello folks. I have just had a most interesting experience of a different type of birch. I have experienced the Manx birch, which was painful but nothing compared to this! This birch was a spray birch. It looked innoccuous enough but is nothing of the sort. I could not take the full sentence and begged for it to stop, which it did. It was however, a fantastic release. I have never felt so great. Do try this at home folks!!

10 comments:

Declan said...

a true legend goes up even more in my estimation...........

Paul A said...

When foraging for hazel rods with a mutual friend, the Spray Birch was mentioned as was the method of administration. The description of the implement was evidently accurate however; my subsequent research left me with the impression that this implement would be nothing more than a minor irritation when administered and not really worth trying! Your post has served both as a warning to the unwary, well certainly me, and also left me totally intrigued to try the implement that has defeated Leia-Ann!

idlethoughts said...

Leia
I always understood the manx birch was supposed to be painful but it sounds like the spray birch was a lot worse!
Have you posted any photos of your experience?
Sounds like you were extemely brave.
take care
Paul

Leia-Ann Woods said...

Yes folks, do not be fooled by how it looks. I had many strokes delivered at high speed so there is no chance to recover from the previous one(s). This way the pain builds and builds until it is unbearable. Granted my pain threshold was low that day (as women's do at times!) But still it hurt! I think the strength of the stroke and the speed of delivery makes a big difference.

Chas said...

Hi Leia,
Congratulations on becoming a birchee. It's a deceptive looking instrument,and I wasn't impressed by the first few strokes. But as you describe,those multiple stings just build to crescendo of pain.

It's an instrument that every dedicated submissive should at least sample.

Regards,

Chas

Leia-Ann Woods said...

Hi Chas - I have been birched before, by the isle of Man style birch (Manx), as well as the recent spray type birch, so birch are not new to me, but the spray was certainly much tougher than the others I have tried!

Chas said...

Hi Leia,
From my reading,the Isle of Man birch was made of hazel,and appears to be more multi-rod than birch. I've never encountered a spray-birch before,and don't know how it differs from a traditional birch rod,which is the type I experienced.

Regards,

Chas

Leia-Ann Woods said...

Yes the manx is made of hazel but was called a birch. Look it up on corpun if you wish. I have also encountered other birches made from the birch tree. Most birches are multi-rod when you think about it as they are made of rods from a tree, no matter what the thickness. Just my opinion anyway. Just wanted you to know this was not my first experience with the birch as you seemed to think it had been.

Chas said...

Hi Leia,
I think it was on the Corpun website that I read about the Isle of Man birch. All birches are multi-rod(or twig),but not all multi-rods are birches,which should have a considerable number of side shoots.

Jacqueline Ophir's "The Wand of Venus" shows how a traditional birch-rod is constructed.

I never doubted that you have experienced the birch,but your blog gave the impression it was a new experience for you.

Regards,

Chas

Leia-Ann Woods said...

No it was just the spray birch I had never encountered. From my reading spray birches were used at big public schools for boys.

I am aware of their differences and was only going for quick posts here to show it was not a first experience. Sorry if I did not give all the definitions required!!

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