Ivy League Whipping

They’d done it sheer out of boredome. Her roomate, Ashley, had said it would be easy–just walk into the store, put the make-up in her purse, pretend to be shopping for a few minutes, and leave. After all, Ashely had said, would would suspect them? They were beautiful. They attended an ivy league college. Their […]

Answering to Hubby…

Michelle enjoys wearing short, tight skirts while arguing cases for the lawfirm she works at. She knows it makes for a great distraction, especially for those male jurors. But she pays the price when she gets home. Her husband covets what belongs to him. And each time he warns her about flaunting her body at […]

Age Doesn’t Matter…

She thought that, being nineteen, and a sophomore in college, she could come home and behave any way she wanted. She thought that, being accepted into a top sorority, as well as being nominated head cheerleader, the rules no longer applied to her. She was wrong. Her parent’s rules still did apply; including the rule […]


For those of you who think Casey Anthony got away Scott-free with murdering her daughter eight years ago, think again. Everyone remembers the case, right? Casey Anthony, killing her five-year old daughter, then spending the next few days partying it up at several Florida night clubs? And then a jury finding her not guilty? The […]

Shopping In The South…

I love shopping. I especially love shopping at Walmart. You can find everything imaginable there: food, clothing, shoes, cold medicine, TV’s, and I could go on and on….. I’ve been to Walmart’s all across the United States (and, yes, they all have thirty registers, but only three open); but my favorite Walmart’s are in the […]

How to Stop Bullying…

Bullying cannot be stopped by politicians passing new laws; it cannot be stopped by judges, or lawyers, or the court system. Neither can it be stopped by silly “ant-bullying” campaigns. Bullying can only be stopped one way:   Take a picture or video of it, post it online, and I promise she’ll never bully anyone […]

Grandma Don’t Play…

First of all, I would Like to thank Mrs. Tilly Greenbrier for contributing this story, along with the photos. I know you had a good a reason for sending this to me; a reason I will never question to know why. Your business is your own. The girl depicted in the photo below, had no […]

The Choice

She’d gone to JC Penny that day because of the sale on jeans. She really didn’t need anymore jeans; Dasha had a closet full of them. But, like most women, unable to ignore a good sale, the saucy twenty-three year old grabbed her purse, put her two-year old daughter in her car seat, then headed […]

Hot For Teacher

As an author and corporal punishment advocate, I’m on the road quite a bit. I bet there isn’t a town or city in the deep-South, that I haven’t conducted at least one interview in. I don’t go North of the Mason/Dixon Line, however. Too cold. Too many taxes. Too many Liberals. Most recently, I had […]