The Paddle Of The Year Award


The Cherry Red Report’s first-ever “Paddle of the Year” Award goes to this cute-as-heck little stinger from Ruff Doggie Styles, an intriguing company whose Ruff-tastic creativity knows no bounds when it comes to “fun, feisty and fashionable” adult toys.

It’s the kind of paddle you will want to take home with you and tuck it into bed.

You may be thinking this paddle bearly has any bite; be that as it may, CRR’s “Field Research Implement & Toy Tester Team” begs to differ, though the team has yet to issue a complete and thorough analysis on this item, which shall be forthcoming.

From coffin-shaped (we kid you not) paddles for the morbid at heart, to slappers shaped like a teacher’s apple for those with an educational fetish, Ruff Doggie seemingly has something for every spankosexual.

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7 thoughts on “The Paddle Of The Year Award”

  1. Hi Dave 🙂

    That is such a cute paddle! Too bad we don’t need any new toys at my house.

    Go Red Sox, beat the Yankees!

  2. What an adorable selection of paddles! The goth girl in me wants the one with the spider web.

    Have you always had that Rosaleen Young link? I just noticed that tonight. I like her–she’s so girly. Yay goth girls and girly girls and I’m just having a yay night.

    Also, just to chime in and agree with southern angel for a second, Yankees Suck! Go Sox!!!

  3. hi Angel–One can never have too many toys! Go Sox!

    Heya Abby–the goth paddle? hm. The Rosaleen Young link you are referring to is fairly new. Go Sox! Spank the Yanks…

    🙂 Dave

  4. Dave-

    We are so honored to be paddle of the year! Please remind your readers that they will get a 10% discount when ordering from the RUFF-doggie styles site if they put the code cherry in the company line! Thank you again for the wonderful award.

  5. LOL – clever and cute.

    Looking forward to the Field Research Implement and Toy Tester Team’s forthcoming thorough analysis. 😉

  6. The pleasure is all mine, RuffPup. 🙂

    Thank you Natty, and yes, stay tuned for more research results from the Implement Field Research Team.

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