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Posted by: anon | 2010/05/15

hot love

my husband and i love to smoke and drink before making hot love, is this normal.

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Depends on who define 'normal' and what you smoke and drink. A number of couples who do not smoke and drink will consider it abnormal and the percentage who smoke and drink will tell it is normal.

We also know that smoking can contribute to erectile dysfunction/impotency in the long run thus not a healthy option.

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Posted by: anon | 2010/05/17

sorry we not daily smokers, or drinkers, but occasionally to spice up our sex life even more, (esp when the kids are away, and have the house to ourselves) we indulge in few drinks of Spice Gold /Jameson and 1 or 2 cigrettes .....not smoking the bad stuff. this really helps us to relax and brings out the sexy mood in us. Its just the two of us to explore each other and feel more intimate when making love. Those of you will understand when u have kids around 24/7

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Posted by: Oldster | 2010/05/16

Phew ! A smoker is bad news. Tastes and smells horrible, but if your man is happy so be it. Drink and smoke to your hearts content, whatever it may be.

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Posted by: topdog | 2010/05/16

Hi,depends on wat u smoking???

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Posted by: sexologist | 2010/05/16

Depends on who define 'normal' and what you smoke and drink. A number of couples who do not smoke and drink will consider it abnormal and the percentage who smoke and drink will tell it is normal.

We also know that smoking can contribute to erectile dysfunction/impotency in the long run thus not a healthy option.

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