Oh, yes we did. Piggybacking on the internet trend of the moment, my Succulent Wife pals and I bring you this silly video. Grab your readers and some Activia and enjoy!
Wednesday, February 8, 2012
Friday, February 3, 2012
I'm not a big football fan, but I'm looking forward to the Superbowl as much as anybody, and here's why.
1. Ro-tel Queso Dip
|Yum, Velveeta & Ro-tel Dip!|
Image via Ro-tel
Ordinarily, I do not eat Velveeta cheese. Any dairy product that can sit on a supermarket shelf for six months can't be good for you. But on Superbowl Sunday, nothing is yummier than a cut up brick of Velveeta mixed with a can of Rotel and melted in the microwave to form a warm, spicy bowl of luscious goop. It's a perfect dip for Fritos or Tostitos or spooned directly into the mouth. I could roll in it like a dog.
2. Tom Brady is hot!
I'm sorry, Eli Manning, I'm sure you have a much better personality, but Patriots QB Tom Brady possesses a superhuman gorgeousness that can't be denied. And he's 34, old enough to be within my Cougar range without getting icky, so I can crush on him guilt-free (see calculation below.)
|Tom Brady, image via Wikipedia|
Cougar rule of thumb: divide your age in half and add seven years.
For me, that's: 48/2 = 24, + 7= 31.
According to this rule, any man over 31 is fair game. I'm not looking for a relationship, just a way too amuse myself over the course of a long game when I don't care who wins. Hey wait, the Giants Manning is exactly 31; I can check him out too. Score!
3. Madonna's Half Time Show
|My girl Madonna|
image via Wikipedia
Here's what's rumored to be her set list: Gimmie All Your Luvin (new), Ray of Light, Vogue, Music and Holiday.
What are you looking forward to this Sunday? Please share here!
Thursday, February 2, 2012
|Dr. Laura Berman|
image via MakeitBetter.net
Famous sex therapist Dr. Laura Berman answers these questions and more in my interview for Make it Better. Here's an excerpt, but follow the link for the full piece, which includes a video of our conversation.
Part of the problem for parents is that it’s hard to escape their kids. Do you think it’s bad for kids to know their parents are having “private time”?
Absolutely not. I think the opposite. You’re the model of what a loving, intimate relationship looks like. Obviously children do not need to know the details of your sex life or see you having sex—that’s why you always put a lock on the door. But for them to know that you guys have special private time—you can even set a timer or say “after this cartoon Mommy and Daddy will be right back” —I think that’s a really important message to give your kids about what to expect in their own loving relationships.
Full interview at my colomn, Sex & The Suburbs, MakeitBetter.net