While sex remains an act of pleasure, couples might often end up doing things that aren’t as pleasing for their partner, spoiling the mood completely. So here we are giving you a list of 8 things that you should ABSOLUTELY NOT-DO post sex (or love making…whatever!).
Rushing to Washroom
I know you want to be extremely hygienic and clean all the time, but Hello!? You were just going at it with your partner all passionately, rushing to the washroom immediately doesn’t seem like the best idea. Just stay back and relax for a couple of minutes, maybe?
Get Dressed and Leave
You just CAN’T. I understand you are really busy and I know there is plenty of work you have at hand. But while you were all hot a minute ago, immersed in passion, getting dressed and leaving will also leave your partner feeling annoyed. Don’t tick it off like a completed task, show a little heart.
Turn Around and Sleep
I should say a big DON’T YOU DARE to that. I know. I know. Good sex can be tiring and exhaustive at times, but I also know turning around and snoring away is not what you do. If your session was this good really, don’t you think you should show some love to your partner. I think you should.
Start Checking Phone
That is so NOT fair. I am aware you like to socialize and you don’t want to miss that update on your social media account, but, you also don’t want to miss out on this endearing moment. So keep the phone away and talk to your partner instead.
Turn on TV or Laptop
Yet again, NO! You can’t just switch on your TV because that show is on or get back to those excel sheets in your laptop. What you need instead is a long cuddle session with the one you were loving just a while back.
Pick up an Old Argument
This is a big NO NO. You might have been arguing or fighting about something, and yes make up sex is probably the best things about those fights. If you just went crazy under those sheets, you can’t go back to the argument. It is forbidden!
REALLY? NOT! You may feel that you were amazing in bed (or somewhere else), and you may be feeling very nice about it too. But you can’t really praise your own self for being good at sex, if you were indeed I am sure your partner will acknowledge, and I think you should just let them. So shushhh!!
This is a no brainer. It is almost like an unspoken rule that you should abide by. Always, always show affection and a little more love to your partner after you have indulged in the act. Now who doesn’t like a little extended intimacy?
Avoid them AT ALL COSTS, always!! And I think you are good to go :P