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Paddled In Middle School

I went to school in Texas, where spanking is still allowed in school. In elementary school, I was either sent to the office or the teacher would give the paddling in the hall. In middle school, though, it so happened that my dad was a teacher there. He had arranged with my teachers that if I caused any trouble they should let my dad know.

When one of the teachers told him that I had misbehaved, my dad and I would then meet with the teacher after school. Dad would bring the paddle with him. He would talk to my teacher about whatever I'd done. The two of them would lecture me for a few minutes, then Dad would tell me to apologize to the teacher for misbehaving. I did.

Then, Dad would hand the paddle to the teacher. I was told to bend over a table or desk. The teacher usually gave me three or four swats, but one teacher gave six swats. Dad then took the paddle. After a short pause, he'd tell me to bend over again. Then, my dad would spank me. He'd usually give me five hard swats. Sometimes, he a gave me a few more. This happened four or five times while I was in middle school.
newshound2 newshound2 16-17 2 Responses Apr 19, 2012

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You are lucky the paddlings from dad at school were over clothes? What grade were you in the last time your dad paddled you in front of the principal? Did you ever cry out or cry realo tears?

Who hit harder, your dad or the teachers? Did you get paddled at home too? Ever on the bare bottom or always over clothes? Ever bare at school and did you ever cry in front of the teachers while getting paddled at school? Worst school paddling? Worst home spanking?

What part of country was this in and can you add me to your circle?

Who hit harder, your dad or the teachers? Did you get paddled at home too? Ever on the bare bottom or always over clothes? Ever bare at school and did you ever cry in front of the teachers while getting paddled at school? Worst school paddling? Worst home spanking?

What part of country was this in and can you add me to your circle?