hiii! can you explain why it's harder to "leave marks" or bruise snow over time? never really understood that!
Basically, the body responds to repeated low level trauma by toughening up, and capillaries become more difficult to break. For experienced spankees spankings hurt as much as ever - but leave only a fraction of the marks. It used to be I could spank Snow with my hand and leave it purple - while nowdays I might get it nicely pink, for a few minutes. The adaptations start to happen very quickly, and you can often see a measurable difference during someone’s second or third spanking. And just as with many other results of this kind of conditioning, a butt that hasn’t been spanked for a long time will eventually return to something approximating its original condition (though in my experience never quite as vulnerable, and re-adaptation is very swift).
Newbies with a high pain tolerance can make for a fun canvas - it’s a special sort of sadistic joy to raise weals and bruises so easily. But they’ll need a lot more recovery time too. On the other hand, while experienced bottoms rarely get such a satisfying kaleidoscope of red and purple, you have to do something spectacular to put them out of commission for more than a few hours. I like bruises - but I like being able to play every day even more :)
An interesting note - if you watch spanking videos online, you can often tell how long someone has been in the scene by the rate of their butt’s mark progression during spankings.