You may have noticed that I haven't written much about Candy Ass lately. And no, I have not (yet) done away with him (wink, wink) and put him on ice in my freezer, but let's be serious, I've been tempted. The truth is, I'm destined to be his workplace widow... He's working long hours, some more at home in the evenings and studying for some big time certification in ALL his spare time.
And I get that he's busy and tired and stressed but guess what Holmes? ME TOO.
This weekend he actually got sooo frustrated with me that he said "It makes me just wanna walk out the door..." and I was all Oh no you din't! and snapped my neck to and fro and retorted with "YOU AIN'T THE ONLY ONE, BIATCH!"
And then this type of shit happens where I'm like Sex? Eh. and he's all for it. Then he's like Sex? Eh. and I'm like WHAT THE FUCK?! This is why couples schedule sex. [Some serious eye-rolling here.]
Why can't men and women always be on the same page?
See here's the thing, anyone who says sex isn't important in a relationship is clearly mistaken. MUH-STEAK-IN. It may not be the only important part of a relationship... but it does hold quite a bit of weight. If you don't believe me - answer me this... Have you ever noticed the longer you go between having sex, the more you fight or the more you're prone to fighting? The more tension there is?
Don't lie. It's true.
And honestly, I think all the fighting and the required post-fighting make-up sex is nature's way of saying, DUDE, knock some boots bitches, it's TIME.
[You didn't know nature spoke in early 90s rap slanguage, did you?]
This, in a very fucked up indirect way, is why I don't believe it's natural for people to not have sex before they get married. Would you buy a car without test driving it? What if it pings? I mean, you need to know if it can handle the curves AND that it can accelerate with no problems and yet be able to stop on a dime when you need it to.
OK, I'll stop now. But am I right?
Beyond "Am I right?" - Answer me these three things:
1. On a scale of 1 - 10, how important is sex in a relationship?
2. How often should couples be having sex?
3. Is there a correlation between not having sex and fighting?