With snowpocalypses guaranteed at least once annually these days, as soon as the cold weather starts to creep in around October, all the poor souls living anywhere north of the mason dixon line are fearing for their sanity. What are you supposed to do with all that time on your hands when it’s too dang cold to venture outdoors (or even really anywhere away from this blanket on the couch) what are you supposed to do?
Well, we have a few ways for you to heat up the cold nights, so give these a try when things get a bit too nippy.
1. Warming lubricant
Just when you think you’ll never warm up again, this little bad boy is the perfect remedy! Apply liberally to all the places you and your honey need…er…warming up, and you’ll be nice and toasty in no time!
2. Fishnet stockings
You know that smolderingly tempting lingerie you bought for the holidays that you haven’t been able to wear yet, because you’re afraid you’ll freeze as soon as you remove your sweatpants and slip into your sexy satin chemise? Well, fear the freeze no more! Slip on these sexy fishnets and you’ll be surprised how quickly they heat things up…and I don’t just mean your legs.
3. Body heat transfer
Few things get the blood pumping and the body temperature rising like a full body massage from that special someone. This set of 2 Crazy Girl body massagers are especially delicious because they are warming body massagers. So, start on the shoulders and back, and you never know where this cold night is going to take you!
4. Physical friction
You know how they always say that the best way to warm up is to get your body in motion and your heart pumping faster? Well, we can think of a couple yummy ways to get your blood flowing and your body in motion, and most of them start by turning on this couple’s vibrator from We-Vibe and simultaneously turning on your partner. Get your friction on when you explore all the surprises in this toy gift set.
No matter how you decide to stay warm, remember that a little bit of snuggling and a touch of passion will go a long way to replacing your sweatpants and blankets this winter. Happy heating up! 😉