Monday, July 30, 2012

Monogamy - The Game

A Hot Affair...with Your Partner!
Adult Game of the Year ~ International Adult Game Review
The Game Previously Known as A Hot Affair
Dim the lights, switch off the phone and get ready to play the hottest game ever!
Monogamy® will have you loving, laughing and lusting after each other with just a few throws of the dice.
Along the way, you'll experience new, exiting and occasionally hilarious challenges with stimulating, sexy and wild conversations.
The game climaxes with the winner choosing to make real one of fifty breathtaking fantasies!
Monogamy® the perfect start to a really hot affair!
It all begins with a loving gaze into each other's eyes.  The last to blink throws to dice to start the game!
As you progress round the board, the questions become more intimate and the challenges more steamy.
Even after you close the box the fun continues...with a special 'treat feature' to keep the passion going.
Includes over 400 novel and fun ideas at three levels of play.
For 2 players, 18 & older
90 Minutes approximate play time
  • 1 Playing Board
  • 65 Intimate Cards
  • 65 Steamy Cards
  • 50 Fantasy Cards
  • 2 Player's Pieces
  • 1 Dice
  • 12 Level Pieces
  • 1 Rules Sheet
Click here to buy Monogamy The Board Game

Thursday, July 26, 2012

What Can Erotica Do For Your Relationship

Lady Chatterley's Lover can get excitement started in a hurry.
Billy Joel got it right: sometimes a fantasy is all you need. Better than pornography, a juicy piece of literotica brings all the power of the imagination into play. A well-chosen phrase, simply hinting at the delicious naughtiness of the sexual experience, can be a far bigger turn on than all the blatant sex videos and pictures in the world.
Sexy stories have a long and proud history dating back centuries. The 'Genji Monogatari' (Tale of Genji), often described as the world's first novel, was written in Japan in around the eighth century AD and is packed with lush and vivid eroticism. 'Rou Bou Tan' (Prayer Mat of Flesh) is another example of adult literature from ancient China. These sexy tales can be classed as the Hustler or the Playboy of their day.
Erotic literature has played an important part in the development of society because it acts as an escape valve. A sexy story is a means for escape, venting passions that would need releasing through other means. Tales of BDSM, humiliation, bondage and other risque acts provide a means of unleashing sexual tension in a totally harmless way.
Sadly, the powers that be haven't always seen the beneficial side of sexual fantasies. The classic adult novel 'Lady Chatterley's Lover' was banned for decades in many countries. Likewise, 'Sons and Lovers', also by DH Lawrence, was deemed too sexually graphic and became a forbidden text in both the UK and the USA. Ironically, the Modern Library selected it in 1999 as one of the classic novels of the 20th century.
Literotica is blossoming in the present day. In printed form, recent years have seen the emergence of adult novels such as 'Bedtime, Playtime' and 'The Velderet'. A recent search on Amazon shows around 250 sexy works that seek to further the fine tradition of writing about the exotic and erotic.
The web has spawned rich offerings of lush and lewd stories. A major trend seems to be taking established fictional characters such as Harry Potter and creating absorbing sexual and fantasy lives for them. The anonymity of the medium allows people to reveal their deepest and darkest yearnings without fear.
Yet erotica is definitely an art, and a literary genre. Some wrongly compare it to porn, but it is nothing like it. Not everyone can write erotica, and only a few manage to deliver awesome free sexy stories. There are many criteria to take into consideration, the balance, the style, the pace, the momentum...
Fantasy is from a universe that is not that easy to express in a clear and interesting manner!
A few websites are surfing on the erotica wave, such as Literotica (probably the longest established website of this genre) and Lush Stories, but there is also a little sexy stories website out there that is worth watching: My Pouty Lips

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Sunday, July 22, 2012

Play Date For Couples

Organize a Playdate with other Couples
It sounds racier than it actually is...we're talking about a good ol' fashioned game night. You remember when you were kids you would break out the board games, the snacks, the soda and spend a cloudy/rainy/snowy day inside laughing and playing silly board games with your friends. We may be bigger now, but their is still much fun to be had playing board games.
Whether it's financial, kids or you just plain don't want to get dressed up to go out, game night is your at-home answer for staying social without breaking the bank.
Here are some tips from us to you on throwing a successful and fun game night without going overboard:
1. The Gamers. Keep the get-together small. Invite only a few other couples otherwise it will be more difficult getting everyone to pay attention to the board game rules. If you just can't keep it to a few, organize the game night in groups so there are 3-4 people per group each playing a different game.
2. Feast. Serve easy to grab, bite-sized appetizers such as caprese skewers, olive & sundried tomato hummus tapenade on pita chips, and pizza bites. You can order a whole pizza, ask them to not slice it, then you cut it into the size of pieces you want, and add a little extra topping of perhaps spicy chutney to give it that little extra something. Also, ask everyone to bring an appetizer so you only have to make a few items yourself.
3. Sip. Provide a small variety to drink. We don't want you to break the bank, but we do want you to be a good host. Provide a bottle of red wine, a bottle of white wine and a pitcher of a signature cocktail you've created picked special for your party (we like the Voodoo Tattoo cocktail). While you don't have to go all out providing every type of soft drink or non-alcoholic beverage, we like to offer both sparkling and flat water along with lemons, limes and an ice bucket.
4. Decor. This really depends on how fancy you want to get. We think the very idea of game night is a nice casual night spent with friends. However, that doesn't mean you don't want to have a little ambiance. Obviously, you're going to want to go with the game theme. Perhaps, instead of using a plain piece of paper to keep score, create cute score cards with everyone's name that match the game(s) you will be playing and let everyone have a chance to keep score. If you're playing a game like Pictionary, you could pre-draw some funny pictures that relate to your guests and hang them around the house.
5. The Games. Find games that aren't too complicated and be sure to let your guests know in advance what games they might be playing. It's okay to have a few options and let the majority choose the night of the game. Most people don't want to spend too much time learning rules, so the simpler the rules the better. Some games even have a 'get to the game' section of rules that are a shortened/modified version of the game. Old standards like Monopoly, Pictionary and even Cranium are good choices for these very reasons. Also, games that get people involved and talking or just being silly really are what make game night fun. If the gamers have to be quiet and think for too long, things can get stale.
*Bonus Tip* Music. Most games do have moments of silence. During those times, it's best to have some music to keep your gamers upbeat and in the gaming mood. We're not talking Metallica here (not that there's anything wrong with that), but music that makes your toes tap or your head bob while trying to think up a definition for "Cachinnator" during a game of Balderdash. Yes, that is a real word.
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Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Sexy Challenges, Challenges Couples All Over The World

Have you taken a Sexy Challenge yet?  If not your love life is call you to take up the challenge and find the passion you are missing.  

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Saturday, July 14, 2012

A Great Kiss Compared To A Great Meal

"A great kiss is like a great meal it leaves you satisfied but craving more."

Rob Alex, M.Sc.

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Sangria Recipes For Summer

Summer has arrived which means the barbecue season is about to begin depending on where you live. Where I come from, we don't really care how cold it gets just as long as the propane tank is full. It could be -30 Celsius and we'd still be grilling steaks. But I digress. I want to share a couple recipes with you, which will make spending time on the patio, deck or backyard with friends more enjoyable.
Rather than going for the bottle of beer, why not try cold drinks that can be made out of wine. The wine you use for these recipes doesn't have to be expensive either. For example you could find a decent red Zinfandel or a Pinot Noir at a very decent price.
1 Bottle of red wine (Zinfandel or Pinot Noir)
1 Lemon cut into wedges
1 Orange cut into wedges
2 Tbsp sugar
1 Shot brandy
2 Cups club soda
Pour it all into a pitcher except for the club soda. Squeeze the juice from the lemon and orange wedges into the pitcher. Try to leave the seeds out but toss the wedges in. Chill overnight. Add club soda just before serving. If you'd like to serve right away, use chilled red wine and serve over lots of ice. This recipe is good for four (4) people. My quick, one-or-two-person version of this recipe would be as follows.
In a tall glass with ice pour 4 ounces of red wine and top it up with ginger ale. Add a fruit wedge if you like. That is it!
Here's a white wine version.
1 Bottle of your favorite white wine
1 Lime cut into wedges
1 Peach cut into wedges
1 Cup sliced strawberries
1/2 Cup lemonade or limeade
1/2 Cup Sugar
2 shots of apricot, peach or "berry" flavored brandy
2 Cups club soda
Optional: one can of diced pineapple pieces with juice
And please, please don't go buy a Chateau-Neuf-Du-Pape or a Chateau-Grand-Puy-Lacoste to mix in a sangria. Have that for a nice romantic dinner instead. ;)
Patrick Moran
The Galleria

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Thursday, July 5, 2012

Sex Diet - The Best Way To Lose Weight

Sex Diet from Sexy Challenges is going to change the way you go about losing pounds in a major way.  The Beauty of it is that not only will you see results but it will make you feel wonderful. 

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Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Bringing The Romantic Fireworks

When fireworks in your personal life are what you need, consider having a romantic Fourth of July. The process can be very simple, and planning ahead will make it a day to remember.
One great idea is having a picnic. But not among the masses of people gathering to watch the fireworks, instead head to the woods and sit down by a river or stream. Make a caviar sampler with red, white and blue caviar and share them together. Match it with a bottle of red wine and watch as the stream rolls along and talk about the warm weather.
During this time, share with your love what dazzles you most about her. This is the perfect time to recite a poem you have written, or if you are not a poet try the poetry of another person. She will be impressed just by the fact you are dedicated enough to give it a try.
As the afternoon rolls around, get lost together. Hike deep into the woods, and let her think you are getting lost. Then just when you are about to give up, head to an opening that will give you a perfect view of the fireworks that will be exploding later that night. While you are waiting for the sun to go down, massage her shoulders and kiss her softly. Point out where the fireworks will rise from, and hold her hand as you point. It will be a form of connection.
When the show begins that night, pull her in close. Do not be afraid to show your childhood amazement for the bursting lights. When you see an awesome display tell her that you liked it as well. Then kiss her passionately and head back to the car. The rest of the romance is left up to your mind.
Other things you can consider doing include:
• Go to the county fair or local picnic and try new foods
• Enter a pie eating contest
• Take a day drive to a new city or town and see their fireworks display
• Stay indoors and curl up on the couch while you watch fireworks on the television
• Grab a pair of sparklers, and write your names together in the darkness
• Point out all the red fireworks and kiss each other when they go off. If they look like a heart, kiss twice.
Paige has been married for over 20 years and has always looked for new ways to keep the relationship fresh and exciting. Visit her blog at [] You can find tons of helpful tips here at her Relationship Information Blog [].

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