I liked this video where Monica gets it with the "bee-sting" paddle. How cool to have been the one to have actually made the paddle. I enjoyed the idea of the video, where she talks about her least favorite implement, and then takes a licking with it. I'm usually not as interested in seeing spankings that have no reason or purpose behind them, but I really enjoyed this one.
The implements I've always been most attracted to are the smaller paddles, probably because that's what I knew growing up. That "bee-sting" paddle is similar to my least favorite we got at home, though ours was a little smaller. We didn't have a pet name for it, but it could have been called the "Fire Stick". Like the bee-sting, ours was just made out of some kind of wood that must have been designed by nature for spanking. It was just the right size and weight to be dangerous. A smaller paddle really focuses the burn. Monica got 20 with the bee-sting. Though I never counted, I'd say 20-30 was about what a bad spanking with the fire-stick was like.
I thought the licks were laid on pretty well by Ms. Burns. Monica was bent over, where we had to lay flat. Bare only makes the sting worse. The fire-stick was smaller, so it seems that made the spanking more even on both cheeks. It looked like Monica's right cheek got the worst of it. After the fire-stick, it was always crimson about equal on both sides. Monica is just red, but I guess that's because spanking models get a lot more spankings than kids get in real life. At least I hope so. Did her right cheek look blistered? If I'd been paddling, I would have focused the spanking a little lower on Monica's bottom, right down to where the bottom meets the thighs, with the center of the target area a little above that juncture.
Monica describes how the stinging lasts about 20 minutes after a bee-sting paddling. I remember a fire-stick spanking was really bad while it was happening, like being on fire. Afterwards it glowed very hot for a long time, but I don't remember how long. There would be tingling feelings all day, especially when sitting down. I'm guessing what the bee-sting and fire-stick have in common is that they don't cause deep damage and bruising, but on the surface they leave what is more like a burn. It feels like a burn, so there's that sharper sting that doesn't go away for awhile.