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Why: Most busy couples have foreplay down to a science—and a bare minimum as well. Then proceed to ravish him—slowly, recklessly, teasingly—however you feel like doing it. Either one is a powerful aphrodisiac (hello, just You need: A clock or an egg timer."Time Bomb" refocuses you on the pregame show, the part that used to be so much fun before you lived together. You need: A scarf, a man's necktie, or a blindfold. How to play: Pick a time interval—20 minutes, let's say (you can go with anything, so long as it's a change from the norm.) For whatever interval you choose, tease each other with kissing, touching, and other forms of foreplay.
You need: Scissors, a brand-new razor and shaving cream. First, take a hot bath to soften your skin and hair. Third, lie on the bed or on a table and let that shaving expert, your husband, foam you up and shave you.Bonus: Many women find the whole area much more sensitive without the fur, increasing their pleasure factor like woah.Variation: Shave yourself without telling your husband, and let him discover what you've done.You need: A big towel or blanket and a bottle of massage oil or cream. Variation: If you have a favorite secluded spot, this is fun to do outdoors, even on your own patio.How to play: Spread your towel on the bed or carpet and grease each other up with massage oil—legs, torso, breasts, everywhere. Why: You will really be surprised at the difference a little lubricant makes in the feeling of skin on skin. Tip: Don't put mint or eucalyptus oil on sensitive genital areas.
It's scary at first, but if he's gentle you will not get nicked. One friend's artistic husband shaved her hair into a heart—or you can decide together based on your personality.