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(brand) spanking new

very new; just purchased and never before used. My car is spanking new. Look at that brand spanking new car!
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(brand) spanking new

mod. completely new; brand new. Look at that brand spanking new car!
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spanking new

verb
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According to studies, born-again Christians are 15 percent more likely than the rest of the population to agree that spanking kids is acceptable.
Kids In The House features interviews with the top parenting experts in the world including Robert Brooks a psychologist on the faculty of Harvard Medical School, Stanford Professor of Psychology Carol Dweck, Harvard educated psychiatrist Ned Hallowell, and Today Show contributor Michele Borba, EdD who share their professional insights on the spanking debate.
And while many spanking advocates recommend hitting children no more than twice, parents in the audio recordings were slapping and hitting their children more often.
Jones, 44, a former primary school headmaster at Trelogan now employed as an education consultant, admitted spanking his 48-year-old wife - who is now divorcing him - last April.
Only 32 hours beforehand I received a text from her telling me she had been naughty, deserved to be punished and she consented to spanking as she has done over the years.
Clearly, spanking remains a common, yet divisive, practice in Canadian households.
It also is time for the United States to begin making the advantages of not spanking a public health and child welfare focus, and eventually enact federal no-spanking legislation," he says.
This accessible research report draws on the results of a study of attitudes, behavior, and results related to spanking in 32 countries.
However, all the data in this rigorously controlled analysis point toward a direct effect "that cannot be simply explained away as spanking families being also less likely to speak to or engage their child in ways important for cognitive development," said Michael J.
Researchers stressed that the study could not establish that spanking had actually caused these disorders in certain adults, only that there was a link between memories of such punishment and a higher incidence of mental problems.
True Spanking Stories: Volume II" is a collection of erotic short stories that have been compiled by Sasha Cave as she compiles various stories, with a claim of authenticity in nature about discipline during this enticing act that brings a bit of joy to all of those involved.
SPANKING was a regular part of sex with my ex and now I'm worried I won't be able to climax without it.
However, others argue that spanking should never happen and that children can only learn from their mistakes by having a meaningful conversation with their parents.
A PENSIONER is luring teenage boys to take part in seedy spanking sessions - which he is filming just down the road from a Birmingham primary school.