Better Coupling with Games for the Ho-Ho-Holidays
Posted: Nov 28, 2014
December is host to more celebratory events than one can throw a stick at. There's copious amounts of food, plenty of company – and the opportunity for better coupling for many. That last one may not always be at the top of everybody's list, but in fact the holidays are an excellent time for exploring new coupling games with one's partner. Men who have taken proper care to maintain male organ health throughout the year may find the holidays to be the perfect time to add some fun and sparkle to their bedroom routine.
Lovemaking games are fun at any time of the year and can often jumpstart a relationship that has become a little ho-ho-hum, thereby leading to better coupling. With that in mind, couples may want to consider incorporating some appropriately-themed coupling games into the holidays. Some suggestions follow, but couples should feel free to let their imaginations roam wide and come up with their own celebratory games.
Trim the Tree. For the couple that has never experimented with private area shaving, this is an excellent opportunity. The partners can discuss what they would like – a full shave, a light trim, or perhaps shaving the hair into a star or candle pattern. Then, together the partners can take turns shaving each other – carefully, of course. (Definitely not a good idea to handle a razor or scissors after too much eggnog consumption!)
Deck the Balls. Balls get hung on the tree every year; men already come hung, but their equipment might need a little decorating. A guy should invite his partner to indulge her creative bent on his sac. Some well-applied body paint is an easy way to start, and can change those balls into an explosion of color. Another option: Dispense with the traditional male organ ring but do use some colorful ribbon to create the same effect.
Make It Out of Clay. The dreidel song famously sings of the toy being made of clay; why stop with the dreidel, though? A safe and appropriate polymer clay can be spread over a man's member to create a clay replica. The clay can also be used to provide a clay version of a woman's chest or of the buttocks of either partner.
Naughty or Nice. Cosplay is often an excellent way to add spice to a relationship. One of the partners may wish to dress up as Santa and then determine if the other partner has been naughty or nice. For some reason, naughty tends to win out more in this game – especially if the price for being naughty involves getting bare.
Good Things Come in Small Packages. The less-endowed male, as well as those of other proportions, might want to consider exploring a manhood sleeve for some holiday cheer. Or perhaps this is the time to try some ribbed latex protection, French ticklers or other toys that might add to the festivities.
Caroling Release. The partners choose a recording of a favorite holiday song or songs. The goal is to try to time the couple's release to coincide with the end of the song (or songs). A variation can be to have each partner manually stimulate the other; the winner is the one who does not release before the end of the piece.
Better coupling goals don't have to be limited to the holidays, of course. Before and after engaging in such games, a man might find it helpful to regularly use a top-notch male organ health cream (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil) so that his equipment remains healthy. Some coupling games can be played with extra relish and enthusiasm, resulting in a happy but very sore manhood. A cream with a high-end emollient such as Shea butter and a natural hydrator like vitamin E can help fix that problem. Rough handling also sometimes results in some "deadening" of the package’s nerves; a cream that contains a neuroprotective ingredient like acetyl L-carnitine can help deal with loss of sensation in the member.
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