Easter is one of those holidays that’s a big deal for a few and an afterthought for most. Unless you belong to a certain subset of Christianity, it probably doesn’t register much as a holiday. For me, personally, it has a special place in my heart, but not for religious reasons.
Growing up, my family made it a point to get together every Easter and just share a big dinner that was right up there with Thanksgiving. It was never done for religious reasons, even though a sizable part of my family is religious. It was just a big, fun family gathering full of food, deserts, and even a little Easter Egg hunt for the kids.
As I’ve gotten older, these gatherings have been more difficult as my family has spread out. However, we still find a way to celebrate and I still consider it special. I may not care much for the religious connotations, but I can certainly appreciate the time spent with family and the bunny-shaped chocolates that often go with it.
Easter may never be on the same level as Christmas or Thanksgiving, but it’s still an excuse for a celebration and you can never have too many of those. Whether it’s with family or a case of beer, it’s as fun as you’re willing to make it. This batch of my Sexy Sunday Thoughts is my way of getting everyone into the Easter spirit, but without referring to religion or wearing a giant bunny costume. Enjoy!
“What does it say when it takes a lot of violence to make something obscene, but only a little bit of sex?”
“Babies are one of the few things that can be both an accident and a success.”
“Sexy accents are one of the few aphrodisiacs that have no side-effects, can be taken with alcohol, and require no prescription.”
“Good sex is can be freely given, but quality lovemaking must always be earned.”
“It’s very likely that food and oral sex are humanity’s oldest negotiating tools.”
“Whoever tested the first dildo had to have been exceedingly both very horny and very brave.”
“Love one of those unique feelings confuses the brain, overwhelms the genitals, and defies description.”
Whether you celebrate by going to church, searching for Easter Eggs with kids, or cooking a ham dinner, there are so many ways to enjoy this holiday. It may not be the flashiest or sexiest holiday on the calendar, but it has everything necessary to create a good time for friends, family, and lovers alike. As such, I hope everyone has a safe, happy, and sexy Easter.