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Spank Science

This will not be an erotic spanking post šŸ™‚ Puppet wrote about it much better than I ever could, and the other spanky stories are also well worth reading! But! I am a geek through and through, so let’s try something different. Sure, a hand making a firm contact with the helpless prostrate Puppet’s bare bottom feels nice, and her happy yelps and moans confirm that it feels good on the… um… receiving end, too.

However, there is more to spanking than pleasure! There are waves of pleasure. Literally. If you are a curious type, next time you are engaged in this activity, turn your camera in the slo-mo video mode, and see what happens from the moment of contact and in the next second or two. These couple of seconds are often missed in the bliss of impact, and it takes a bit longer for the hand imprint to show up on someone’s peach bottom, before slowly fading into the lovely redness of ass apple cheeks.

One could call these fleeting ephemeral moments just after the impact an ass-quake. Or a fat tsunami. The movie Deep Impact may as well have been pulled out of someone’s ass. Or, better yet, laid on it.

This is a… blow-by-blow description of what happens when the first contact is made. The skin and fat tissue under it are compressible: it means they decrease in volume under pressure, unlike water, which only spreads around. Believe it or not, there are scientific studies on the topic, published in serious journals. This study actually measures the timescale of compression, As a former scientist, I am quite happy to know that some people out there took their time and their calipers to squeeze the abdominal folds of some volunteers, probably without even enjoying the process!

This compression is what cushions the impact when the buttocks are hit, that’s why spanking is one of the mildest and least painful forms of impact play. If your ass cheeks were filled with water instead, it would not be nearly as fun, because water cannot be compressed, and so it would feel like hitting a bone directly. So, praised be the butt fat!

Once the hand (or a paddle or a flogger or …) is lifted, the pressure is removed, and, inevitably, the fat expands to its original volume. This may sound a bit disheartening, but I am talking about a physical process, not some diet failure. In the process of the initial contraction and the subsequent expansion the surrounding fat layers are also impacted, and start a similar contraction/expansion process. What is the result of all that? Well, what happens if you slap water surface with a paddle? Right! Waves start traveling outward from the site of impact in all directions. Like the earthquake and tsunami waves from that comet that wiped out dinosaurs.

Now, I sincerely hope that no large creatures like that live on your favorite piece of ass, but you can certainly perform a similar experiment at home. Take a stuffed animal, put it near the intended epicenter, and go to town! You will notice how the innocent creature starts bouncing up and down and back and forth, and, if unlucky, even topple over, sort of like those poor Cretaceous dinosaurs.

A couple more semi-scientific observations before I wrap this up. Remember, I had suggested that you film the process in slow motion? This is to make it easier to see how fast the fat waves travel. An elaborate mathematical calculation (which I spare you from) shows that the stiffer the material, the faster waves travel through it. Because fat is so soft and squishy, the fat wave speed is rather slow and easy to observe with the naked eye, watching a similarly naked butt. The actual measurement is left as an exercise to the reader, but, suffice it to say, it is significantly slower than the speed of sound. Also, don’t try it on anything… stiff. It hurts like hell and the waves are too fast to measure. No, really, focus on the ass at hand.

No scientific article would be complete without a picture of everyone’s favorite space donut, the M87* black hole millions of light years away:

The similarity with a red burning and stinging imprint on a submissive ass is more than skin deep! it just so happens that, in a way, black holes are also soft and squishy. Maybe because they are so damn hungry all the time! The impact of some hapless star hitting a black hole head on, or swiping it sideways, makes the black hole’s “surface” (properly called its horizon) bounce and shake every which way for a short time. Just like a bouncing ass, a bouncy black hole soon returns to normal, eager and ready to receive more and more. This process of the disturbed surface returning to normal has a scientific name, borrowed from music: the ringdown.

I have performed detailed measurement on my puppet’s sore ass, and this is my contribution to the space ass science: the rate of damping (how quickly the bouncy bouncy waves go away) is very similar between black holes and spanked butts. So, the next time you read in the news that a new cosmic impact was discovered, odds are, it is a false alarm, and what they really detected were not the gravitational waves from far away places, but someone’s kinky ass being beaten raw.

Now, enough spank science, go back and read the real spanking stories:

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3 Comments

  1. missy

    I loved this. It was refreshingly different but also interesting and made me think about spanking in a way that I wouldn’t usually. Thank you for adding this to the prompt as I think it will be really interesting for others to read šŸ™‚

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    • Master

      Thank you, missy, for the kind words! I wasn’t sure how a post like that would be looked at in this community, and I’m happy you have enjoyed it.

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