Sexy Move: The K-Spot

A nice comment today…
God, I love this post. It does work for single men/women. I was dating two guys for a short period of time. One cleaned the house and was always doing laundry. The other….I was afraid to use the bathroom. I am finished breeding but the rank bathroom guy didn’t win! I am far from a clean freak but I like things clean and tidy. When I did become intimate with laundry man he always made sure we had clean sheets and towels. It scored big points in the bedroom. I love the smell of clean sheets and towels. Guys, the L-Spot does work. Men….women don’t get off washing your dirty, stinky socks and underwear! We don’t mind doing it as a combined load but don’t make us have to find the stinky things! Clean toilet and shower are right up there too!
Now if I had planned ahead, I should have made that post about doing stuff in the Kitchen. Then it would be the K-Spot which would have dovetailed nicely with my name. But even so, washing machines are pretty much foolproof and automatic these days, so there’s no reason why you can’t wash things in a machine so the original post still holds.
Actually cleaning a kitchen up is fairly easy. Just clean all the counters off and wipe them down. Actually physically pick up and put away the dishes and cups and plates and crap that are out everywhere. Having a kitchen sink full of dirty dishes just makes it unusable and energy draining. If a date walks into your house and sees dirty dishes in your sink, she’s adjusting your Sex Rank down in her mind to accommodate having to be your future charwoman if things progress in the future.
To be honest, Jennifer does more clean up work in the kitchen than I do. But I do make a special effort on nights that Jennifer is out working late to tidy up the kitchen and clean it all away before she gets home. As she drives home on those nights I’d prefer her to dream about starting to sink into my arms, rather than her arms in my sink.


  1. Badger Nation says:

    "I'd prefer her to dream about starting to sink into my arms, rather than her arms in my sink."

    Athol, you're a poet…and we didn't know it.

  2. Men….women don't get off washing your dirty, stinky socks and underwear!

    And women never announce that they want to be submissive, either.

    However, I can vouch for keeping your surroundings clean. Research shows that people have fewer compunctions about doing morally questionable things after they have washed their hands. I extrapolate that to mean that if my apartment is spotless, she is more likely to agree to freaky sex acts. Thank you, science.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Athol, I'm digging your premise about being a mix of alpha and beta. Do you have any tips on how you know when you're leaning too beta and need to up the alpha, or vice versa? Like different behaviors your woman will exhibit during times when you're being too alpha or too beta.

  4. Likewise, if you're dating a person who keeps things tidy, don't leave your dirty socks/dishes/whatever around. I once dated a guy who left his shower towels on the bathroom floor along with his dirty clothes. He also had a horrible inability to put anything in the dishwasher, and I felt like his mom having to clean up after him all the time.

    Needless to say, the relationship didn't last much past a few months of awesome new relationship sex.

  5. Badger Nation says:

    "Likewise, if you're dating a person who keeps things tidy, don't leave your dirty socks/dishes/whatever around."

    I understand this point, but there has to be a balance. I'm not advocating slobbery, but at some point the need for "tidy" becomes straight up "OCD" (not that I think you are talking about that.)

  6. Anonymous says:

    The reverse also is true. I'm currently looking for a girlfriend and one of the thing I'm looking at is if their apartment is clean. It's not a big criteria in the selection process, but if her place is dirtier than my own that's a bad sign in my book. Last girlfriend her apartment was dirty. Looking back on that, maybe it was part of the reason why I left her. Also I was probably failing some of her shit test and winning some. But I don't like being pulled on a string. Being single sometime suck, but it's better than being with someone and living a emotional rodeo.

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