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How to get a girl in bed – this will help you have sex tonight
Ask her to sleep with you. If you have the confidence to pull this off, honesty is the best policy. Learn to appreciate women for more than sex. Be cheeky, have a glint in your eye, be persistent in an upbeat way and never be bitter if a girl knocks you back. Follow Metro.
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“I Got Her Home. Now What?” (How to Get Her Into Bed)
M y husband and I had toyed with the idea of splitting up for years, but when I finally decided that we should no longer live together, not sleeping in the same bed felt much more tangible than getting a divorce. If the beginning of our marriage was snap, crackle and pop, the end was a bowl of soggy cornflakes. It was difficult to find things to celebrate in those early days of living separately. The realisation that our kids would have to turn their backs on one parent to go to the other seemed like an act of cruelty.
Getting people to have sex with you is like exercise: when you're doing it all the time it feels super easy and fills you with endorphins, but if you stop for a couple of months it's basically impossible to start again. We've all had dry spells, but what does it feel like when you find yourself in a period of involuntary celibacy for months or even years? Does it help you achieve a monk-like state of zen, forcing you to focus your finite energies on more wholesome activities?