We all love a uniform, and when it’s worn for a service job, enticing possibilities are raised in the mind of the dedicated spanker. A waitress in a tight black skirt with crisp white apron, bending over to reveal a rounded bottom is a sight as delicious as any meal that you could ever wish to be served. In recent years, Gordon Ramsey has made bullying restaurant managers fashionable, and someone in that mould would make a fearsome spanker for a waitress who spilt the soup, arrived late for work, or was insolent to the head chef.
Let’s begin with two familiar celebrity candidates for such treatment. Kat Dennings is currently playing a waitress in 2 Broke Girls and looks amazing in a mustard uniform with red trim and apron. It’s reminds me more of a 1960s air hostess uniform but that’s no bad thing.
Zooey Deschanel’s waitress moment came in the 2007 mini series Tin Man. She wore a gingham style pinafore for added homespun appeal. Apple pie with cream anyone?
As a kid, I vividly remember reading a newspaper report about the owner of a tea-room who caned the bottoms of his waitresses whenever there was a discrepancy in the cash till. His wife used to witness the 6 stroke canings and the pair were prosecuted together and fined after one girl reported them to the police.
Many thanks to Martyn for sending me the newspaper cutting from the Daily Mail which I haven’t seen since it was first published. It reveals that the canings went on for around 6 months before one girl finally complained only because she was caned twice in a week!
The waitress spanking scenario has been close to my heart ever since. In this candid camera clip from an East European TV show a waitress gets spanked by the manager for spilling food. The customers seem to think it’s real enough!
I had high hopes when a movie came out in 2007 called Waitress. It starred the eminently across-the-knee-worthy Keri Russell. The manager of the diner where she worked had plenty of opportunities, but there was no ‘Candid Camera’ moment to speak of.
The best substitute I can come up with is this chef/waitress spanking picture. It comes from the Shadow Lane stable, and the uniform of the spankee looks identical to that worn by Keri Russell in Waitress. The onlookers are all luminaries of the US spanking scene including our very distinguished contributor Dan (back row, center).
A movie with a waitress spanking scene appeared in 2011. In Australian thriller Crawl, a seedy bar owner exacts his own form of repayment when one of his waitresses, played by Lauren Dillon, defaults on a loan.
Janus regularly featured excellent uniform based photoshoots during the 1980s. Their waitress set uses just a few simple props, but it hit the spot for me because of the pretty model called Cara, her uniform, and the memories it evoked of reading that old newspaper report. See the full, new and updated scans of this Janus Uniform Series here.
Waitress spanking artwork isn’t common but one DC comic strip has a redheaded “spitfire” who works in a canteen being spanked by a WWII fighter pilot in front of a group of laughing colleagues. The scene comes comes from a 1969 edition of Our Army at War and Chicago Spanking Review has the full details here.
I found the picture at the top of this post on CSR too. It’s by fetish artist Bill Ward and shows an otk spanking for a leggy waitress with the diners looking on from their tables in the background. She has earned her punishment by spilling a bowl of spaghetti on a customer’s head! CSR writes:
Many a maid and not a few secretaries got spanked in Bill Ward’s cartoons, but as far as we know only one waitress was subjected to the OTK treatment. Carelessly dumping a bowl of spaghetti on a customer’s head would seem to be adequate justification for the “spankin’-good meal” that the customer serves up in response.
Good OTK positioning, deft execution, and a lovely, well-proportioned spankee make this one of Ward’s best spanking cartoons. Judging from the customer’s appearance and the fact that the waitress does not possess the enormous bosom all of Ward’s women did after a certain point in his career, we’d guess that this cartoon first appeared some time between 1955 and 1962.
Let’s finish by taking a look at some pictures of waitresses from different periods of history. Whilst I like the traditional black and white style uniforms best, retro American diner uniforms are also extremely cute, and the outfits worn in modern day fast food chains are not entirely without their charms.
Top row: Diner waitress pink and black retro 1950s, car hop waitresses 1930s, 1940s traditional waitress.
Second row: short skirt waitress, pin-up waitress panty flash, Hooters waitresses.