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Obnoxious Relatives? Call the Spanking Santa!

By Piper Bayard & Jay Holmes

The most wonderful stressful time of the year is upon us. Long lines, visiting relatives, and credit card bills that give bankers a warm, fuzzy feeling in their wallets. But fear not! Bayard & Holmes Holiday Survival is back once more to help you navigate this cauldron of tension without beating anyone bloody with a turkey leg.

A spook and a belly dancer. Not us. Image from The Man with the Golden Gun.

We, a pragmatic author/belly dancer and a spook who solves most of life’s problems with sex, C4, or hollow points, are clearing our schedules so that we can assist you with your holiday survival questions. In fact, we’ve had a few pleas for assistance already.

Sarah Broogenstegler in Research Pod 3, Antarctica, sent us this desperate missive.

Dear Bayard & Holmes:

My husband, Clyde, and I love the Holidays. Unfortunately, six years ago, after a ten-year stint in Joliet Prison for a Ponzi scheme that bankrupted twelve hospitals, Clyde’s Uncle Harry started showing up uninvited on Christmas Day. We tried to be charitable the first year, but he drank all of our alcohol and mouthwash and fell in the punch bowl. It splashed on the Christmas lights and shorted them out. The ensuing fire nearly burned down the house.

Clyde is a pacifist and made me sell my .45 Colt automatic years ago. Rather than reintroduce firearms into our lifestyle to deal with Uncle Harry, we relocated to Antarctica. Last week, though, we got a radio message that Harry had somehow acquired our GPS coordinates and was hitching a ride with Greenpeace activists to get down here for Christmas.

I’m in tears! Please help!

Bayard & Holmes:

Dry your eyes, Sarah. We’re sending a bottle of Spanish sherry and our Little Holiday Helper to you at this very moment.

While the rest of the nation wasted summer days fretting over politics or battling squash bugs in their gardens, our talented staff here at Bayard & Holmes created a tactical solution to the Uncle Harrys of the world. Today, we proudly unveil the new Bayard & Holmes Spanking Santa* and His Band of Merry Elves.

Spanking Santa and his Band are hand-picked, highly trained Allied combat veterans whose specialty is conflict resolution, and they are here to serve you. When Harry rings the doorbell on Research Pod 3, our Spanking Santa Team will arrive moments later, fully armed with state-of-the art wooden paddles and ready to give Harry the Over-the-Knee Session of his life.

image from Department of Defense

Yes, yes, we know . . . Harry was unarmed and you did let him in voluntarily. Not a problem! Santa’s Merry Elves are experienced federal witnesses. Once they’ve entertained the Judge with their sworn testimony as to how Harry threatened your lives—they heard it themselves—Harry will be carted off to spend the Holidays visiting his old friends in Joliet Prison.

It’s win/win for everyone. Harry finally gets the stable family life that he has always craved, and you get to laugh all night about how Santa “took him to the woodshed” like he’s always deserved.

On the same line, Charlie from the Shetland Islands asks . . .

What about my brother, Filbert? He loves being spanked and often pays pricey women in London to do that for him. Wouldn’t a visit from Spanking Santa just make him show up more often?”

Bayard & Holmes:

An excellent question, Charlie. Our Spanking Santa Teams are well trained to spot any “patients” who might be enjoying the medicine a little bit too much. For those tough cases, our Spanking Santa Teams are authorized and prepared to administer electroshock therapy. Let us know if Filbert likes that too much, too, and we’ll recruit him as a test subject at our laboratories.

Then there was this slightly awkward question from “Kelly” with no last name or return address . . .

Hey, can you send Santa over to spank me?

Bayard & Holmes:

Well, Kelly, we don’t know if you are male or female or some combination thereof, but we’re afraid that if you’ve been well-behaved and simply enjoy this sort of thing, you’ll have to convince your significant other to take care of that. We hope you have fun and remember to play safe. Use a Nerf paddle. We have some at a great low price.

What survival issues are you struggling with this Holiday season? Remember. No question is out-of-bounds, but some of our answers might be!

*Spanking Santa Teams come fully equipped for all contingencies. Video cameras and DVD copies sold separately.


42 thoughts on “ Obnoxious Relatives? Call the Spanking Santa!

    • on ,
      J Holmes said:


      Hi Perry. Please don’t report us to ourselves. We are a touch dangerous. Let us know if you have any candidates for a special Christmas treat. Happy Holidays.

  1. I might need a spanking. I’ve been having joyous thoughts of being surrounded by rabid shoppers. I’m conflicted.

    • on ,
      J Holmes said:


      Hi tomwisk. If being surrounded by shoppers gives you joyous thoughts then you don’t necessarily deserve a spanking. You probably need two weeks in Tahiti where you can try to recreate the more functional aspects of Gauguin’s lifestyle. Happy holidays.

    • on ,
      J Holmes said:


      Hi Alica. Our teams will be very busy so please prioritize so that they can be sure to deal with the most “special” cases first.

      May your holiday season be a great one.

  2. ROFLMAO!! Love it…I dare say hubby would love to see Spanking Santa come to our house but please don’t send him. No matter how much he offers to pay you! It’ll be me who will suffer…yikes!

    Our biggest holiday issue – dealing with all the unruly, wild children. Hubby’s son is staring down the barrel of 20 and says about 10 words in a 2 hour period…but all our siblings have a PILE of children who are insane, loud, and unruly. They like to hang from the banister and compete to scale the tree…help us? How do we keep our sanity…and home?

    Happy holidays!

  3. Wonderful that you could take time away from your duties as guardians of the free world to do this. Hope you’re keeping your eyes on your regular job while you’re at it.

    • LOL. No worries about the state of the free world. Holmes can spank with one hand and joke with the other. So to speak. 🙂

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  5. Hide the seals (The real ones…the Navy guys are on their own..) and poke the bears (fur bearing, not bare ones). Beware of the ones long in the tooth?
    No wonder Santa has fled.
    Jingle on

  6. Can you send Spanking Santa to spank the people who sent me obnoxious holiday letters bragging about how much better their life is? 🙂

  7. on ,
    Melanie said:


    Are you hiring spanker helpers?? Thanks for the laughs, I needed it!!

  8. That is hilarious, LOL. Thankfully, my Christmas was pretty quiet without too much drama but the Spanking Santa might come in handy for some folks. I will let you know if I should ever need his services. 🙂

  9. Boy I could’a used me some spanking Santa on our indestructible(seriously, we couldn’t break them!?) piñatas. Funny post 🙂 Happy New Year Piper!

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