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British Believe Sex Is Going To Increase Over Christmas

Many couples automatically believe that shags and cuddles naturally slide to back-burner status during the holiday season due to the frenetic pace of the season. Holiday pressures certainly have the power to dim the lights of amour, but surprisingly, research has shown that the sexual motors of many couples become recharged and running just fine as a directly result of holiday festivities and frolic. For instance, a representative from Durex Embrace Pleasure Gels claims that one in 10 couples spark beneath the sheets as a grande finale to evenings of revelry while wearing a festive hat. Apparently, there is something about glittery holiday headwear that lowers inhibitions and invites playful interludes.

British Believe Sex Is Going To Increase Over Christmas

British Believe Sex Is Going To Increase Over Christmas

“there is something about glittery holiday headwear that lowers inhibitions and invites playful interludes.”

Connections In More Ways Than One

They also state that because many people take time off from work and school during Christmas break, they have more time to connect with one another, and that leads to increased intimacy. Holiday festivities also generally generate feelings of good will, and coupled with a bit of Christmas cheer, heading to the bedroom is a natural extension of the spirit of the season.

Spoiling Them

If you’re looking for a way to add some extra sizzle to your holiday sparkle, research suggests that those who spoil their partners a bit during the festive season have a better chance of getting lucky. For instance, 46 percent of people who put extra effort into ensuring that Christmas Day festivities run without snags and snarls will be better received when the day is over and its time to put out the lights.

Santas Sexual Summary

Half of the people in a recent poll stated that they are more attentive to their partners during the holiday season than otherwise and that they are likely to have sex as much as three times per week during the week of Christmas. One fifth of these couples reported that holiday sex is more fun and fulfilling than at other times of the year, and a fourth of the respondents claimed that they’d rather find a good shag under their tree than any other type of shiny new present.

However, some couples don’t get into the spirit as much as others. Forty-eight percent claim that they simply don’t have time for sex during the remainder of the year, and one-fifth state that amorous encounters during the working week is rare. Others say that long working hours are the culprit that thwarts romance, and those with children claim that getting into the spirit is difficult to do with the little ones hanging about underfoot.

Well, we hope you have a randy xmas and new year!

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  1. nice, intresting

    Comment by sally — December 16, 2014

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