These days you can’t blame paranoid couples for wanting to throw in nuptials (especially when one of them is filthy rich!). But if there’s a good sense of trust between the two lovers then they could go on to explore the depth of their intimacy and hope to stumble upon an orgasm or two if they’re lucky. Then just when you least expect it, one of you becomes pregnant. Nine months down the line you start asking yourself some serious questions like ‘Will I be a good father/mother?’ ‘Am I going to be able to cope with all the baby expenses?’ or if there’s been suspected infidelity, ‘Why does this baby look like my gardener?’ Life starts becoming a mundane routine involving nappy changing, baby feeding and ‘gaga-googoo’ talking. Years go by and suddenly you catch an infection more commonly known as the seven-year itch. Left untreated, this could spell disaster for even the most compatible relationships. Love seemingly turns sour and tension begins to build up whenever you’re on the same bed. Sex is a thing of the past and your mind is clouded with uncertainty as to whether you have become less attractive (or plain grotesque) to your other half. Such desperate times may cause the man to turn to drugs…Viagra, to be precise (although, if the problem is too many kids then we could be talking Vasectomy instead). Women don’t get off that easy as they also have to play their own part in ‘keeping things up’ – Wondebra takes care of that. The desired outcome would be to rekindle the flame and seal the deal with more frequent XOXOs (hugs and kisses). As your energies combine, you both realize you can’t exist without each other; he’s your Yin and she’s your Yang. When you’re both in your seventies and having sex, your passionate oooh’s and aaah’s will soon become uncontrollable Zzzzzzzzzz’s…
See also The A-Z of Relationships Part 1
Hmmm…a lot of truth there
thanks Moskeda 🙂
just stumbled on your blog for the first time. Very nice writing skill you got. But come to think of it, if you feel the baby you are carrying would look like you Gardner, then you have obviously played an away match 🙂
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Nice name between, you should have added rice to it ***JOkes**
lol @ away match & adding rice would have been too obvious/predictable. Thanks for the compliment. Checking out your blog now…
Hehe.. .I love that it has a happy ending. I didn’t see that coming
Thanks. My sister called me after Part 1 and was concerned that it was seeming all depressing, lol. It was always going to be a happy ending 🙂
yeah!!!! True, I love d happy ending.
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Glad you liked the post, thanks!