At the time of this post, I'm drinking a cold ice cap from Tim Hortons and not even 3 minutes later, this straw looks like a sad limp dick.
Straws make up to 0.025% of plastic waste a year and it is clear that we are not efficiently approaching a plausible solution to plastic waste yet.
Hospitalized Covid numbers have quadrupled where I'm at. Currently 100 percent of those patients are unvaccinated. Can't wait for more mutations and shutdowns. I swear these antivaxers should have their rights to all other scientific advancements revoked. Go be Amish or something just fuck off.
My wife and I have been dating for about two and a half years and we got married 2 months ago. As is normal, the sex was almost everyday and now has dwindled to once a week, sometimes every two weeks. We are both busy with our jobs and other responsibilities, at the end of the day when we get in bed, the drive just ain’t always there! It usually is for me of course, because what guy isn’t ready for good old fashioned roll in the hay?!
I know this is pretty typical of couples who have been together for some time for the sex life to die down some but I need some tips on how to bring it back to life and hopefully increase the frequency. So my question is, what do you do attempt to get her in the mood? Especially during those tiring weeks with lots of things going on? Can be personal experience or just good tips you know of.
TL;DR - how do you attempt to get your girl in the mood?
EDIT: WOW! Thank you guys/gals for the slew of responses and advice. Amazing; I love Reddit and all of you. I’m sure this will help.
I’m honestly sick of it. I was a fat kid growing up and my mom use to tell me “you’ll grow into it” all while letting me gorge into any foods I wanted. I was fat until 3 years ago (5’11” 290#). After a bad breakup I started hitting the gym, exercising and had a strict diet. The entire time people kept telling me “you don’t need to lose weight you’re fine”. I couldn’t walk up 2 flights of stairs. I was so out of shape, lazy and obese. Now I’ve lost over 80lbs and feel amazing. I see all over social media this “health at every size” and it’s bullshit. Stop promoting obesity. Being fat leads to so many other issues.
Edit: I don’t wanna hear anyone talk about “eating healthy is expensive” I started browning ground meat on a Coleman camp stove when I was homeless.
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