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On the prowl: Teaching new tricks to an ‘old’ couple

I’ve been dating the same guy for over two years now.
As college students, things tend to get hectic with conflicting schedules, differing interests and hobbies, or other disruptions in our lives. It becomes stressful when my partner and I start to feel disconnected. So I decided to do something about it.
I began to brainstorm ideas with my close friends on how to re-connect with the person I was once inseparable from. They all brought up one thing — the appealing concept of breathtaking, animalistic SEX.
I had to admit, the idea took me back to better days. Our adventures in bed around 2 A.M. used to be the most exciting parts of our day. We’d go at it like wild rabbits five days a week, then wake up for school like zombies. What had happened?
Recently, he was over at my apartment one night drowning in video games to decompress from the past week’s assignments.
Things didn’t hop off to a great start. He was dealing with family issues that he’d been dragged into. He’d also pulled an all-nighter the night before for a project due that morning. My mentality wasn’t in any better shape from my jobs and schoolwork.
Regardless, I was still determined to make things great. To spice things up, I walked into my bedroom and stripped off my clothes, putting on a set of cheap, black and lacey lingerie. I danced into the living room, only to find his eyes still glued to the television.
Damn, I never dance.
This was infuriating, so I called his name to get him to look at me. He responded, “Yeah?” again without looking from the TV. Pissed, I finally plopped down on the couch next to him with my left foot on his crotch, toes tickling his “man-spot” through his denim jeans. Finding a response, I finally got what I wanted.
He carried me, stumbling into the bedroom as we kissed. When he dropped me on the bed, I sat up to strip him down.
I don’t want to get too into the nitty-gritty, but in short, hours of our night were filled with action-packed, unspeakable deeds.
We did things neither of us had tried before and some we might never do again, but it was an amazing night. You know you’re doing something right when he forgot to save the point he was at in his game.
Crazy sex doesn’t fix everyone’s problems. In fact, it hardly solved any of our day-to-day issues with school, work or family. It was a moment for us to escape the world, to reconnect and remember how much we adored each other. Ultimately, this was my end goal and I feel a lot closer to my partner than I ever have. If you feel a primitive hunger to reestablish the bedroom habits with your partner, don’t be afraid to try new things again. Similarly, be open to conquer new quests together.
Now, take my advice and go slay that dragon, baby!

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