Cigarette after sex
The internet is full of brilliant advice on what people should do right after having sex. Of course, most of those tips are about hygiene - have a shower, go to pee, and such things. But I was interested in what people really do when hormones calm down, and the cosmic order is restored.
My behavior after sex or masturbation depends on the moon that day, but one nasty habit is always on the menu. After experiencing orgasms, I always like to have a smoke. It may have become a habit over the years, a Pavlov's reflex, and not really a wish, but I do it every time. I don't like smoking in bed or in the apartment, so it's incredibly annoying in the winter because I always put piles of clothes on to successfully complete a cycle of sex or masturbation. Then I have ten minutes of silence just for myself.
I also urgently need to go to the pee. Sometimes, when bedtime activity lasts longer, I have to stop it, whether I want to or not, and go relax my bladder. I know this isn't the smartest thing to do, but I can't stand it. Contrary to expectations, I never run in the shower. I enjoy sweaty sheets and 'dirty' bodies. Especially if I know the second round is coming, I indulge in the smells and salty taste of two tired people. I don't need deep conversations during this time; I prefer silence, which is occasionally interrupted by a dull sentence like "Look, it's snowing" or "That was good". Showering after sex calls for me is an introduction to 'let's do it again'. There is something in showering and soaping under hot drops of water that has an erotic charge that almost always ends up in re-sweating bodies.
What about sleep? Although there is nothing better than falling asleep after wasting the last atom of energy, it tempts me more often after masturbation than sex. Usually, masturbation must be followed by a nicotine break, a new orgasm, and waiting for the peach to relax so much that I can pee. If I don't and sleepiness overwhelms me, I always wake up with such a full bladder that I can barely get to the bathroom. But the feeling of just experiencing an orgasm that sweetly lulls you into a carefree sleep is some of the best in the world. Especially on Sunday, when the world slows down a bit.
I was horrified when I read somewhere that falling asleep after sex is as rude as yawning when someone tells you about their problems. But this is not rudeness, just the action of two hormones, prolactin and oxytocin, which force you to sleep. The last one, also known as the love hormone, is released during cuddling. I don't know why, but I rarely fall asleep after sex, and even less often, I enjoy cuddling. I guess I am strange. I love it if it doesn't go beyond intertwining bodies.
What are others doing? The most unusual for me is taking selfies after sex and posting pictures on social networks. This is especially popular among the younger generations, but before you think about it, ask yourself who are your followers on social media and for whom it's better to never find out what your face looks like right after your bed workout is over.
Others want to continue the workout - not in bed, but in the gym. Men in particular often go there after sex. Sex activates endorphins, which make you feel that you can do whatever you want - women are probably intensively cleaning the kitchen while men are working out.
Ljudje smo si podobni tudi kadar gre dejavnosti po seksu. Naredili bi vse, da bi svet spet spravili v kolesje normalnega, pa naj bo to s spanjem, crkljanjem, neutrudnim govorjenjem, cigaretom, ali tuširanjem.