A Pain Free Valentine's Day  

rm_Pro_Boxa 59M
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2/12/2006 12:56 pm

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A Pain Free Valentine's Day

Have you ever reached the home straight to Night of Passion on Valentine's Day only to fall at the last hurdle?

Here are five fallers - Do you have any others?

Be Attentive. Make sure the object of your affection's name is firmly imprinted on your brain for the evening. Spurting out the name of an ex over dinner or, heaven forbid, in the bedroom is as bad as posting the wrong name in a blog comment. This little faux-pas looks like you're NOT - PAYING - ATTENTION.

Say it with flowers. Avoid the temptation to present a bunch of chrysanthemums as your floral offering. Everyone knows they're the cheapest around so you might as well hand over a posy of dandelions - at least it shows you've put a little bit of effort into picking them.

Show Generosity. Expect to pay for Dinner. Yes, I know social norms have changed, converging income streams etc. etc. but women still like to think they're being woowed. If they insist on paying half, you can graciously accept on the basis you're a progressive, 'New Man' and more than happy to split the bill in the interests of advancing equality. If you are paying, remember to order the wine before eating to avoid the risk of choking if she decides a bottle of Dom Perignon would go nicely with the Lobster Thermidor.

The Ritz?. Don't book a hotel room at the 'Bargain Basement Discount B&B' for a night of passion. The building's usually codemned and when the plaster falls off the ceiling and into the bed it scratches like hell - Like crumbs but a whole lot worse. Choose somewhere classier, it's well worth it in the end.

Intimacy. Avoid the temptation to tear her lingerie off in the heat of passion. If she bought it, it's probably expensive and despite the wonderful intricacy of the woven fibres, it's usually re-inforced with high tensile carbon-steel strands...You know, the type used by NASA (Why do they do that?). You'll only end up pulling a muscle (I speak from painful experience) and you won't be thanked for it.

Wherever you are, I hope you have a sexy and successful Valentine's Day

TabithaElectra79 37F

2/12/2006 3:00 pm

I will be going shopping in London with my Brother on Valentines Day!

Isn't he the lucky one!!

Have a great day sweetie

caressmewell 53F

2/12/2006 5:19 pm

Great advice!

catseyes23 61F

2/12/2006 7:29 pm

You're such a romantic, Boxa. I for one would not miss up on a chance to be wrapped around you this coming Valentine's day.


rm_Pro_Boxa 59M

2/13/2006 4:21 am

mizzkitka - I like the idea of an early start at the weekend (why didn't I think of that?). Sounds like you and your lover are all set up for a great day on tuesday - Have Fun!

rm_Pro_Boxa 59M

2/13/2006 4:25 am

Tabithaelectra79. I think you're a lovely Sister to your brother. (Try not to bite his thumb too hard on tuesday!) Don't forget to hold his hand as well in case he gets lost - you know what boys are like.

Hope you have a beautiful day.

rm_Pro_Boxa 59M

2/13/2006 4:31 am

caressmewell - I hope there is someone to give you a big, warm hug and kisses on Valentine's Day.

Virtual hugs and kisses are lovely but sometimes you want the person at the other end of them.

rm_Pro_Boxa 59M

2/13/2006 4:40 am

Cats. Oh la! la! I can't imagine a sexier Valentine's Day gift than you wrapped around me in satin ribbon and bows, waiting to be released.
Where would you like me start, any place special?
Mmmm....on second thoughts I rather like this bondage scenario....

rm_Pro_Boxa 59M

2/15/2006 4:10 pm

Tennismaiden - thank you for your thoughtful comments. Alas my new furry friend had wandered off for a couple of days so V-Day was spent pining alone.
I do hope you had lots of huggles (Euro-speak for hugs and cuddles)on the Special Day.

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