I wish I had another one of my deep, meaningful, inspiring posts for you today friends. Instead I’m sitting here in my work vehicle, no A/C, at 5:30 in the morning. The temperature is 80F/26.7C with 81% humidity. The Heat Index moves that up to 87F/30.6C. It’s sticky. I’m sweaty. I go home in just over half an hour, where I will enjoy a lukewarm shower with Mrs. AP and try to find something to eat. The thought of the shower got me wondering, though, if my clean up routine is different from that of the many wonderful friends I’ve made here, so here goes:
As I have documented, Mrs. AP and I have quite the active sex life. A down week for us is only 2 or 3 times together. A more average week is 5 or 6. When we both his massively horny levels we’ll top a dozen in a week (which is awesome, tiring, and SO VERY worth it!) Most times, if we have the energy left, we go hop in the shower together. I love this part. I don’t care how tired I may be, being in the shower with Mrs. AP is a treat. The way the water runs between her breasts, the way her back arches and her breasts push out when she washes her hair, and the way she runs her hands across her body as she soaps up all entrance me. What can I say, I’m a visual guy? This was easier in our last shower, which could (we tested) fit 6 humans standing and all still have comfortable room to shower. Now we’re in a small little tub that barely holds us both, and that with one of us always standing in the water. It’s not ideal, but we’ll get through it.
If we simply do have that energy and just need to roll over and pass out, we grab Huggies baby wipes and give ourselves a wipe bath. I know those things are intended for the backsides of infants, but they work SO well for after-sex cleanup! They’re soft, gentle, absorbent, smell good, and don’t leave any unpleasant residue behind. Think about it; if it’s safe enough for an infants butt it must be safe enough for a spent cock and pussy, right?
We have never used a sex towel. Ever. I used one a few times with my ex-wife, but it always seemed to me to be a waste; why use a big towel (or even a hand towel) that then has to be washed? But hey, for some people that’s the way to go, and admittedly, it creates less waste than the wipes. If you’re going green — and washing more laundry in the process — it makes sense.
So what about you, SINful friends? How do you clean up after playtime is over? A curious Mr. AP wants to know. 😉
Stay SINful, friends.