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Let’s face it. Valentines day is pretty much a woman’s holiday. It can be hard to come up with ideas for your girl and how you should prepare so I put together a Men’s Survival Guide:
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It’s a lot less stressful not having to worry what you’re going to buy your significant other. In fact, go spend your money on you!
Sex is great. Actually, sex is better than great. It’s the best of great—if that makes sense. I can make an accurate guess that those of you reading this believe that sex is one of the best aspects of life, if not the best aspect of life.
It’s that time of year again. The time when two people who don’t like each other all year are forced to wait in line two hours for a greasy cheap franchise Olive Garden dinner for two.
If you’re going to celebrate Valentine’s Day, don’t just buy the obligatory flowers and call it a day. Do it right! Show your diet-restricted special someone how special you think they are, and go out of your way to pick up these yummy little goodies.
Break ups are hit or miss when they happen. Either you hate each other or it is a mutual decision. However it ends, there is always that question that can make or break the rest of your existence.
Through my ups and downs between the sheets, I have come to find what makes up a person’s sex appeal. One of these traits is how good of a sexter the person is. The art of the perfect sext is the key to making an impact on your relationship.
[number type="circle" value="1"] Homosexuality remained on the American Psychiatric Association’s list of mental illnesses up until 1972.
Yep, apparently, if you were gay or lesbian, you needed help. The social and political movements from activists against this “fact” were supported by scientific evidence.
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