I know the 4th of July was three days ago. I also know that some people are still digesting all the hot dogs, burgers, beer, and assorted barbecue from the festivities. I know I sure am. Fireworks and patriotism makes me hungry and mid-summer heat ensures clothing requirements are minimal. That kind of celebrating is worth extending.
Say what you will about America’s behavior in recent years, but it’s still a country worth loving. We’ve achieved some incredible things in our history, which is still relatively recent in the grand scheme of things. Sure, we sometimes make the headlines for all the wrong reasons. We can also make headlines for reasons that are both uplifting and hilarious. The headlines from Florida alone make America awesome.
As an American, I consider myself a patriot. While I’m proud to be an American, I don’t deny my country’s flaws. I also don’t deny that we have a lot of room for improvement and progress has been a lot slower than I wish. Even with setbacks, I still believe that America’s best days are ahead of it.
There will definitely be more opportunities to discuss America’s flaws. I believe they’re worth discussing. I’ve already done it a few times on this site and I’m sure I’ll have plenty more to talk about. For now, in the spirit of Independence Day, I prefer to focus on the positives of America. The fireworks may be over, but these Sexy Sunday Thoughts should help inspire a little extra patriotism, among other things. Enjoy!
“Being horny around someone is not the same as being om love with them, but one feeling need not preclude the other.”
“It’s very likely that sex and/or masturbation was one of the first ways to combat boredom.”
“There’s a good chance that the first man to become skilled at oral sex had a very small penis.”
“In many ways, brothels are to orgasms what fast food is to meals.”
“Quality love songs are like foreplay for our ears.”
“Are teenagers hornier than adults or are they just less experienced in dealing with it?”
“To some extent, making love is interpretive dance that doesn’t need music.”
Once again, I’d like to wish everyone a happy belated 4th of July. To all the brave men and women who serve this wonderful country that I love, thank you for your special caliber of patriotism. You make the food, fireworks, and festivities a true spectacle. A country may be flawed, but its ideals are still worth celebrating.