Because a man doing the vaccum-cleaning is a bigger turn-on than the powerhead on my Dyson…
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Oh my God, it was hot. And wet. I was biting my lip trying to stop from crying out. He finished and a feeling of ecstasy washed over me.
He’d just done the dishes.
And my pants were around my ankles faster than he could say “got anything clothes that need washing too?”
It was choreplay. And it’s a legitimate form of foreplay.
Choreplay is the idea that you can get a man to do more around the house by gifting him a little sugar in the bedroom. It’s upsetting lots of feminists. “Oh it’s such a TIRED old stereotype about incentive cleaning for men” they wail. “Why can’t a man just clean without expecting a BJ at the end of it?”
HOLD UP ladies. Have you SEEN a man vaccum a floor? Wait until you do. Because it’s a bigger turn on than the powerhead on my Dyson. Because there’s fifty shades of grey dust under my couch and I’m sexily biting my lip with the anticipation of it being sucked up.
It’s no wonder it’s such a turn on. Women are still doing the majority of housework. Which is pretty crap, considering the massive benefits of both partners doing it.
Research has shown that when you have a partner who shoulders their share of the chores, then you’re happier, have fewer conflicts, you’re less likely to divorce. Another, different study shows couples that spend more equal hours in housework and paid work are having more frequent sex.