Blame the weather for your sex drive (or lack of)!

I love lying in my soft, warm bed on cold and rainy days. I love listening to the sound of rain splashing on the ground and my window sill. The smell of (acid?) rain is the best perfume in the world. I also tend to fantasize about having a hot body to snuggle up to and the thought makes me especially horny. When I am sexually aroused, I feel warmer. Sometimes when I'm out of the house in someplace that is terribly cold, thinking about sex makes me feel warm - it helps!

The weather in the past 3 weeks has been hot and humid. The best thing to do was to shower, lie naked in bed and do nothing at all. I couldn't even imagine indulging in sweaty sex. I felt so dehydrated and lethargic. Did the hot weather have a negative effect on your sex drive?

You can use the weather as a reason for wanting or rejecting sex:
If you feel horny, you can tell your partner:
- "the weather is cold so let's have sex to warm ourselves up!"
- "the weather is hot so it's a good time to have sweaty sex!"

If you don't want to have sex, you can tell your partner:
- "the weather is so cold that I can't move and if I take off my clothes I will freeze!"
- "the hot weather is making me feel tired!"


Anonymous said...

Hmm, masturbating would be good too. But when you masturbate, do you think about a certain guy or you are just out to pleasure yourself?

I just broke up with my boyfriend and I used to think about him when I masturbate. Now that we have broken up, I don't want to think about him any more but I still want to masturbate. I find it weird to masturbate without a visualising partner.

David said...


Amazing! Very nice of you to comment on cold rainy days.

6C outside, (the warmest part of this Saturday) and steadily raining. Very chilly even inside. Yes a furnace warms us.

However we have had a busy Saturday, and sex is going to wait for another day.
Of course cuddling when its chilly always occurs.

Enjoy the weekned!


Yu-Kym said...

Anon, I need to think of a some "body" :D

David, it's finally raining in Singapore!