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I was thinking of some really bad ways of referring to sex. How about the husband tells his stay-at-home mom wife,
"It's time to pay the rent."
That's just awful, but it might work for a couple a certain sense of humor. Mention the idea, and then when the kids are around he says, "We need to pay some bills. It's time to pay the rent." and because of the previous conversation, she knows what he means.
Do you have any code phrases for sex, or can you think of any?
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Hey babe. I’d like to go canoeing some time. How about you?
Hon, clearly you’re having a hard time. I think we should work on our communication. (OR…I think we need to practice our communication skills later )
This puts a new spin on the song Love And Laundry from Point of Grace,
Oh I wish that there were more than
24 hours in a day
I haven't found it yet but there's gotta be a way
And I keep praying that
I can get everything done
And still have time for love
And a load of laundry
Now I'm not sure I can hear the song and still think of it the same way.
If you are really subtle and are careful with body language or reactions, you can have codes you use around the children or your parents. When my wife and I first got married, I straight up told me wife I wanted to have sex with her with my parents in the room, loud enough for them to hear. But I was speaking her language, which they don't understand, making sure it didn't sound like anything in English. It made her uncomfortable, but I was doing it partly to tease her a bit.Mike smith wrote: ↑Sat Sep 02, 2023 5:47 pm There are many appropriate names for sex within marriage, and I wold think, very few inappropriate ones. Whatever floats your boat, from the most obtuse to the most blatant. Most of the times, when one is hungry for food, a pretty explicit request is common, why not the same for sex.
I think some women sometimes prefer a bit of subtlety, depending on their mood.