Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Sex is a Drug

Pope Benedict XVI says sex can become like a drug. I'd like to correct him now by saying, sex IS a drug. It's alluring, sinful, and addicting. Your heart pounds, your body sweats, the smells intensify, and the orgasms send you to heaven in a euphoric state of mind. Whether in love or in lust, it stirs up desires and cravings. Endorphins kick in and dopamine starts coursing through your body. This positive experience leaves you flying high and yes, leaving you with withdrawals. Sex is a drug!

I'm not addicted, I'm just a recreational user!

Before I go, here are a few sex analogies I started with while drafting this blog:

Sex is like a can of pringles, once you pop, you can't stop
Sex is like lay's potato chips, you can't just eat one
Sex is like Maxwell coffee, good to the last drop
And my favorite (regularly used):
Sex is like a snickers bar, it satisfies.

1 comment:

Poo said...

It is absolutely a drug. Seriously, from the minute I wake up to the minute I go to sleep, it is on my mind. Do you think it is unreasonable to want it from your girl at least once every day? And what advice do you have if your girl's drive isn't as high? I really don't think I am an addict, but I do get withdrawal symptoms when I don't have it. Lol. I just feel that my high sex drive is ingrained in my DNA. Not that I am currently trying to have babies, but that drive has helped ensure reproduction in my family tree over hundreds of centuries. Without it, who knows if I'd be here.


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