It's not really lying. . .and if he insists, well, tape is awfully sticky and cumbersome, not her fault at all, clearly.
I can just hear it now- "But Sir, it's hot!" "Good to hear your bottom is warming up. It's supposed to be painful, it's a punishment." "No- not my bottom- the stove!" Note to self: never cause trouble in the kitchen.
It's all fun and games until someone kicks over a candle. Then things really start to heat up.
The woodshed is a terrifying place- usually due to fear of the punishment that warrants such isolation. In this case, however, I'd be much more worried about tripping or knocking things over.
Between the shelf, the wall, and, well, the overall position, I'd be very surprised if it's just her bottom that's sore afterwards.
Wearing nails that long is just asking for trouble, though this wasn't the type of trouble I'd had in mind.
should never be mixed. Because OW.
He says this like it's completely unambiguous, but, really, it's quite open to interpretation. And it's healthy for a girl to think outside the box, you know. This sort of thing should really be encouraged!
Nothing like a healthy fear for one's life to keep one from wriggling too much. I'm sure she's afraid of the paddle too, and rightly so, though it could never do as much damage as toppling over that railing.