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  • n. The receiver or victim of a spanking


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spank +‎ -ee


  • The "spankee" never seemed to enter very heartily into the mirth of the occasion.


  • He was not averse to spanking, in which he played the spanker, not the spankee but he did not appear to be much interested in exploring the exotica of, say, the Kama Sutra.


  • “Because we are friends, I am offering my services as a surrogate spankee.”

    Demon From The Dark

  • Mike Duvall ` s spankee is allegedly a female lobbyist.

    CNN Transcript Sep 10, 2009

  • In most democracies, after you see a spanking of the magnitude the Republicans just brought down on their own head – let alone two in a row – you can pretty safely expect an ideological civil war among the ranks of the spankee party.

    What To Do When Your Party Sucks

  • I generally think Audrey makes an adorable spankee (although I confess I fancy her somewhat more in her Domme role).

    Spanked, not Silenced

  • I can't bear the ones where the spankee is passive and just lies there, no squirming, squealing, footlifting or hands flying back.

    My Bottom Smarts

  • Our Bottoms Burn: Becall says when the spankee is satisfied.

    My Bottom Smarts

  • If it's disciplinary, once the spankee has shown true remorse.

    My Bottom Smarts

  • Dioneo: If disciplinary, the more effective the spanking, the longer it will be before the spankee needs to put back over your lap.

    My Bottom Smarts


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