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How to predict the future of your sex life.

Thinking of getting married? Well, if you like sex, then it’s important to be sure that they do, too, right?—all too often, one partner in a relationship likes it more than the other one. So how do you tell if your partner likes sex as much as you do? It’s simple.

The key to predicting a good long-term sex life is simple: oral sex.

Why is oral sex the critical determinant? Because, when you think about it, really think about oral sex…it’s fucking nasty. You’re getting your mouth and tongue all up in another person’s sweaty genitals, right where they pee, near where they shit.

You could see how some people might find that…unpleasant. Sure, these people are fine with missionary style fucking, that all happens below the waist so they can kind of disassociate themselves from what’s happening. They might even seem into it. But if they show no interest in going down on you of they own accord, then they don’t really like sex (at least, not with you). 

You may be asking, “Do people really not like sex?” Shockingly, yes.

Some people can take it or leave it and you damn sure don’t want to end up with one of them if you really like sex. A lot of people will let you fuck them, but won’t put your genitals in their mouth. Some aren’t comfortable with you putting your mouth on their genitals either.

That’s why oral sex makes a good predictor of whether or not your sex partner really likes sex or not. People who get so horned up that they’re willing to put their mouth on another person’s dirty bits, are people who aren’t going to stop wanting sex. They’re not going to flinch when you suggest tying them up or having a threesome either. 

FAIR WARNING: Having a partner who like sex just as much as you do is great until you find them banging your best friend. So be careful what you wish for. 

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