#652) Daisy Dukes

The drawing above is of Daisy Mae, a character in a cartoon strip called “Lil Abner” by Al Capp. I think she wore the original Daisy Duke cut-off shorts. (Another Southern belle in the TV show “Dukes of Hazard” made the shorts famous and gave them their proper name, I think.)

This cartoon is not by Al Capp. If the one above is sexy, this one is very sexy! It looks like she’s been taken to the cord wood pile for a switchin’.

Anyway, my point is that Daisy Duke shorts have always been in style.

These shorts are famous for exposing a corner of the lower butt cheek. (I don’t know why they use the word “corner” for something so spherical and round!)

Some women seem to have no modesty about how much cheek they show in public in their Daisy Duke shorts.

If I were a mother (and I’m not), I wouldn’t let my daughter out of the house wearing some of these shorts!

Or maybe a better solution would be to take my daughter OTK for a good spanking if she tried to wear shorts like these. A “trip to the cord wood pile” with a switch is called for, I think!

You see? This young lady doesn’t want to turn around, doesn’t want to show-off a bottom that’s been bruised and striped with a butt whuppin’!

Let these women wear clothes that show a lot of their bums if they want, but make sure those bums show that they are never too old/big for a good, old fashioned thrashing.

Thank you for coming to my TED talk!

2 responses to “#652) Daisy Dukes”

  1. My daughter’s would have paid a painful price for wearing shorts like those. Butt, as strangely hypocritical as it seems, I enjoyed looking at these pics considerably.
    I am usually not hyper-observant butt the daisy drawing would seem to indicate she received her switching with her hands tied!
    I have a sadistic streak and it excites me to imagine her helpless as I switch her bottom to tears. mmmmm!
    On that pleasant note let me simply say
    Thanx megabunches for the visual feast included in this tail of switching (pardon the pun)

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