Sunday, 4 November 2012

Colour me impressed

What a clever and talented class of children I have. Naughty, but talented. All of the pictures you coloured during recess were very nice, so well done to all of you.

I want to give a special prize to one pupil, however, for the very best colouring work.

Look at this, everyone:

Doesn’t Tinkerbell look pretty? The shading on her dress is especially good. Notice the shading on her hair and her body, too: using light and shade like this helps make things you draw look solid, doesn’t it? And look at her little red bottom... she has obviously been spanked for being naughty, hasn’t she? I know you all know what that feels like.

Come up to the front of the room, Dana. That’s it, don’t be shy. There’s a good boy. You are a very clever little artist and you deserve recognition for your work. Here is a bag of candy and a Good Work sticker, and here is a nice big hug from teacher. And your picture will go up on the wall for the rest of term so everyone can admire it.


  1. *Andrea's hand shoots up*
    Miss Hasler, Dana did a really good job colouring in. Why was Tinkerbell spanked?

  2. I'm afraid I don't know for sure, Andrea - we'd have to ask Tink herself. But I can well imagine it was for bratting and teasing... she is a very naughty little tease, after all.

    Or perhaps it was for being naughty in fairy school; forgetting her homework or skipping class. Because we all know that those things earn a spanking, don't we?