This has been a strange, bittersweet summer, to say the least. We all know why that is. Let’s not bemoan the pandemic that has ruined so much of our world, regardless of season or holidays. Depending on where you live, this summer has been bereft of vacations, traveling, summer movies, and concerts. Add incredibly depressing news to the mix and this summer felt lost before it ever ended.
As bad as it has been, the end is just about upon us. Labor Day, often the last gasp of summer, is finally upon us. This year, it feels more like a merciful relief than a solemn resignation. Like most of 2020, every day has been a drag. Pools are closed. Theaters are closed. Theme parks are closed. Big time summer events have been cancelled or made virtual. There’s just wasn’t much to enjoy, aside from warmer weather.
We can’t undo any of that, but we can still find ways to make this Labor Day enjoyable. Even if it’s as simple as an extra day off work, take advantage of it. Cherish it. Spend extra time with family or meet up friends, but wear a mask and social distance as needed. This summer has been lacking in so many ways. It doesn’t have to lack for Labor Day.
I’m not going to lament on everything I couldn’t do this past summer. More than anything, I hope it gives me a stronger appreciation of future summers in which we’re not navigating a global pandemic. Those happier times are ahead of us. We just have to endure a bit longer. For now, let’s just have fun on Labor Day. Here are some my Sexy Sunday Thoughts to get you in the spirit. Enjoy!
“Going through puberty is like being carpet-bombed by hormones and holiness.”
“A person’s maturity is directly proportional to their ability to look at someone else’s genitals without giggling.”
“A happily married man either hides his porn stash exceptionally well or doesn’t have to.”
“A good salesman has probably talked his way out of wearing a condom at least once.”
“The fact that crazy girls are better in bed is proof that nature needs a little crazy to keep things interesting.”
“Is it ironic or hypocritical to have a fetish for average sized penises?”
“A fancy wedding is an indirect way for a couple to brag about getting tax breaks for being in love.”