I enjoy taking late night drives on the freeway with my wife wearing only panties and bra, and with her sexy bare feet placed on my car dash. When an eighteen-wheeler pulls up next to us, I turn on the interior dome light and my wife flashes herself to the truckers. We always get honked at and it's awesome. I also once dared my gal to get naked at a truck stop late at night, and then to give a show. As a result, she got escorted by two white males back to their truck cab.
— Dave, 32
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Why Do Engaged Couples Call It Quits?
A reader wrote to us hoping we could tell him why so many of his friends got engaged, then called off the wedding. We'll get to the reasons in a moment, but first we want to make it clear that people who call off their weddings should be applauded. Ending a relationship, in front of the prying eyes of friends and families, takes a lot of guts. With approximately 50% of all marriages ending in divorce, it's best to end a doomed relationship before a legal nightmare begins. I have personally have watched couples cheat on each other until the very week before their wedding, believing, stupidly, that once they walk down the aisle, their urge to cheat will suddenly disappear.
Breaking Out of the Relationship Rut
Do you know everything about your beloved's family, childhood, work experiences and quirks? Have you two talked about everything from Duran Duran to the war on terrorism? Do you go to the same places, with the same people, and have sex the same old way? If you've answered yes to these questions, you may be stuck in a relationship rut. Developing a routine with a partner can be comforting at first. But if the routine lasts too long, your relationship may be headed for the guillotine. Here's how to put some variety back in your love affair.