I love summer. I think I’ve made that abundantly clear in articulating my fondness for the beach and women in bikinis. In fact, if I sell enough sexy novels, I intend to retire to a tropical climate where I can enjoy summer-like weather, beaches, and bikinis all year-round.
That said, I understand that summer isn’t without its downside. Beyond the sexy beaches and the sexy women that make them great, summer can get pretty uncomfortable, especially when you have lousy air conditioning and excessive anti-nudity laws. In many cases, it’s not the heat that causes the discomfort. It’s the humidity that comes with it.
It doesn’t just make us feel hot and sweaty. It doesn’t even make us sweat in a sexy sort of way. That’s both tragic and frustrating. Sweat without sexiness is like french fries without ketchup. It’s just bland and uninspiring.
As I write this, my hometown is in the middle of both a heat wave, coupled with excessive humidity. Just going for a walk means smelling like a gym bag in just a few minutes. It’s not a pleasant feeling, but one that’s easily countered. I’m hoping that this week’s version of Sexy Sunday Thoughts can help in that effort by adding some badly-needed sex appeal along with that sweat.
“No matter how great the sex is, sore nipples will never be as worth it as a sore vagina.”
“You know you’re in an unhealthy relationship when training a dog and training your spouse is distressingly similar.”
“Does a certified gynecologist watching hardcore porn qualify as mixing work with pleasure?”
“Certain foods will NEVER be sexy and most of those foods involve beans.”
“Is a thrill-seeker who uses condoms a hypocrite, by default?”
“Masturbation is something you don’t WANT to learn the hard way, but doing so will give you an unspoken edge.”
“Is it possible that streaking started as a way to cool off during the summer that got out of hand?”
We’ve still got a few weeks left of the sweaty, sticky, unsexy kind of heat. It won’t be long before we’re all whining about having to wear layers just to go out and get the mail. While I know the humidity and heat is not exactly comfortable for most people, that discomfort pales in comparison to frostbite and shriveled genitals.