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Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Naughty and Nice Lingerie's "Bring Back the Sexy" Giveaway on

I am sorry that I did not posted this sooner.

I wanted to thank everyone who participated in the Naughty and Nice Lingerie Valentine's Day Giveaway. We had a lot of entries. I enjoyed reading everyone's entry, but I had to choose ten finalists. Thos ten finalists each received a small gift as a thank you for their participation and candor in my giveaway! The ten finalists were (by blogger names):


It wasn't easy picking winners, and I actually picked two other winners that were not on the list. They had to be disqualified, because I had no way of contacting them. Several people didn't leave there email addresses for contact. I was able to search (high and low) for most of the email addresses. Luckily, I love Google!

Anyway, from these ten finalists, I chose one lucky lady to win the VS robe I was giving away. the winner was captaincarebear. Her story went like this:

"Most of the Valentine's Days in the past have been comprised of the usual romantic dinner, jewelry, flowers, and some evening romance. My husband has always worked hard to make it special for me. I also want to make it special for him by doing things that get him excited. So this Valentine's Day is going to be a little different. It's going to be all about my man. I'm going to start it off with one of his favorite activities, sports. He loves it when we play a game of tennis, catch, or biking around town. Instead of my regular sports bra and beat up t-shirt I'm gonna wear some short shorts (hope it's not too cold but I do live in the south) and my cutest bra in a tight fitted shirt. I'll let him take a peek now and then (by "accident") just to peak his interest. Then to continue the make a man feel good day I'll do something else that he appreciates- change some lightbulbs, sweep out his garage, clean his car, all inappropriately dressed of course. Hey any woman can look sexy on a ladder or with a hose and a shammy. If you are taking care of your man, then he'll always take care of you. After that, we'll be kind of hot and sweaty so of course a shower is in order. He loves it when I take a shower with him and soap him down in those hard to reach places. Next stop, taking care of his next basic need, food. I'll probably take him to the local sports pub where the girls are dressed so cute. I'm not jealous, they will just get him more excited and he'll take out his excitement on me later. I'll let him choose his favorite man foods- wings, burgers, beer, whatever keeps him happy. Then on the ride home, a little more physical teasing (not too much- he will be driving after all). Then I'll end the night with a warm massage and well, you know the rest. Enough said."

This was a great story because she seemed to be going out of her way to please her man, not only with the basic physical appeal, but with mental appeal too! I loved how she is going to really 'work' on getting him mentally aroused and then take control over the physicality of the evening!

Well, again, I thank all the participants and I hope everyone had a fabulous Valentine's Day! Please be sure to check out my store at to bring the sexy back into your relationships today and everyday!

Have a great one!

My Valentine's Day!

I hope everyone had a lovely Valentine's Day.

My husband was sweet enough to take me away for the weekend to a cabin in Pennsylvania...we had awesome alone time without the distractions of computers or phones.

He surprised me with a lovely pendant...the open heart pendant. I love that symbol. If you do not know the two hearts that are open and almost looks like an symbolizes that if your heart is open, love will always fill it.

We also did some outlet shopping (where I got 4 coach bags...which are my weakness) and did some gambling. I actually found a Wizard of Oz machine! I have always loved The Wizard of Oz's my favorite of all time! I sat at that machine for about 3 hours! LOL

Anyway..I hope you all had a lovely day. Valentine's Day is not only for lovers..if you don't have a "lover" at this time, it can just be someone or something you open your heart too...maybe it other friends, a charity organization, or yourself!

Have a great day everyone!

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Top 8 places to get busy quickly! Yep! You heard me right!

I read this somewhere and thought they were a little vulgar in their presentation of these ideal places, so I am going to try to tone this down and have some fun with it!

If you want to find a place to be a little adventurous and satisfy your urge to be risque, why ruin the moment by trying to find a safe and quiet place? These urges can be satisfied with just a drop of discretion and can be fun, adding a splash of excitment to the relationship! Here are the top eight places to take care of business quickly!

1- Elevator
An elevator is high on this list, although going up or down several floors isn't usually sufficient time. We recommend you stall the elevator (given that you don't trigger any alarms by doing so, unless you enjoy getting caught), and when you're done and let the elevator run again, don't exit from the main floor.

Ideal position: Upright wheelbarrow (with her facing the wall, hold her up by her thighs, placing them on either side of your hips, while she holds on to the wall).

2- Movie theater
As cliche as it sounds, getting busy in a movie theater is always a thrilling experience, and there's less chance of getting caught (unless of course, she's vocal). Movie theaters are best for oral relations (and that's a big reason this place is on our list), so go buy 2 tickets and sit in the back!

Ideal position: (Besides on her knees) Her sitting on top of you, facing the screen.

3- Back of a club/restaurant
Being out on a hot date talking about hot things will usually excite you, so if both of you are up for it, head to the darkest part of a nightclub, or even the bathroom, and go crazy! Chances are people will hear or even see you, but if you have an little exhibitionist lurking within, it's so much fun. You may get kicked out though!

Ideal position: Standing, upright doggy.

4- Stairwell
If your roommate's home, or you and your significant other only have 10 minutes to spare for a lunch date, head to the stairwell of a building with an elevator, preferably on a really high floor, and go crazy for a few minutes.

Ideal position: Missionary, with her back arched over a stair.

5- Car
So it's not an original idea, but a quickie in the car, at a location where you won't get arrested, can be a very memorable experience. Just don't do it while you are will you explain the accident to the Police Officer taking the report?

Ideal position: Logistics require missionary or her on top.

6- Alley
Before you begin envisioning rats and drunks, picture an alley behind a restaurant that isn't as filthy as those you see in movies. Ideally, she'd be wearing a skirt and the both of you could head to an alleyway just after dinner and before the show. Now that's what we call an intermission.

Ideal position: Standing up, with one leg wrapped around him.

7- Office
Whether it's a secret office romance or your girlfriend just showed up in nothing but a trench coat and heels, sometimes relations at the office is part of what makes life that much better. Make it part of your weekly tasks, if possible.

Ideal position: Her back against the wall, and her legs wrapped around his waist.

8- Dressing room
How many times have you been turned on while she's changing in the dressing room of a clothing store? Well, why not add some kick to the tedious task of shopping by sneaking into the changing room with her and giving her a little taste of your dressing?

Ideal position: Standing doggy.

Sometimes you don't have time to seduce and take your time when it comes to relations, especially when you're outside the comforts of home.

So when you're out with your significant other and you feel the need, have a little risque fun and keep the spice alive in the relationship!

Saturday, February 7, 2009

Why Valentine's Day is sooo important to women!

OK, so teddy bears holding felt or plastic hearts, "singing" Hallmark cards and foil-wrapped chocolates shaped like roses may be a little cheesy. Even so, somewhat sane women can’t help but get caught up in the flowers commercials, pink and red lingerie demand, and the request for a little extra TLC and appreciation that comes with 2/14 of any year. For the love of Pete, why? Why do women make a big deal out of Valentine’s Day? Well, according to Cosmo's editors, here goes:

Reason No. 1
We deserve it

Maybe for guys, spending Valentine’s Day solo can be fun filled with ESPN and a six-pack. However, for the opposite sex, facing the “holiday” on our own can really be heartbreaking. For starters, our favorite restaurants, local movie theaters and even the neighborhood drugstores are off-limits. "Love" has clogged up every turn like thick fog! Then there are all of our hooked-up friends, who are busy sipping champagne or getting engaged (and dying to tell us about it). So, when Valentine’s Day rolls around and we have a guy in our lives, you bet your bottom dollar we want extra special attention.

Reason No. 2
It brings back that early-in-the-relationship rush

Unless you’ve just met your other half and are still in the "just-met bliss" stage, men (and women too) tend to get a little too comfortable and maybe a little lazy when it comes to romantic gestures. Even if you used to be that fellow who threw pebbles and waited outside your girlfriend’s bedroom window, singing off key, to pledge your love, chances are your new ideas of romance have taken a turn for the worst (can it get any worse?? Just kidding). So, for those gentlemen who believe that the most romantic gesture in recent history has to be letting her hold on to the remote, Valentine’s Day serves as a second chance. It’s a reason for men to remind us why we fell in love with them in the first place.

Reason No. 3
It’s kind of a competition

You’ve probably figured out that women are competitive in nature. Our jobs, our wardrobes, our bodies -- we compare everything, especially our relationships (nothing personal). For us, Valentine’s Day is like the Superbowl -- we really want to win. Even if you haven’t been doing well all season, if you bring your A-game on February 14th, we’ll be bragging about you for weeks. Send us flowers at work and we’ll display them proudly for all our coworkers to see. Surprise us with dinner reservations at a romantic restaurant and we’ll sing your praises on our Facebook update. Understand? And where's you're competitive edge? Are you really gonna let that chick and her man in the next cubicle show us up?

Reason No. 4
Valentine’s Day turns us on

Wanna get us to lose our inhibitions without breaking any laws? AHA! Well, all those mushy gestures do more than make us want to cuddle. So, think of everything that comes with Valentine's Day as foreplay and let Cupid inspire jaw-dropping, bed-shaking, wake-the-neighbors "relations." Why else do you think we spend money on matching lingerie?

When a man loves a woman
So there you have it, gentlemen. You may shudder at the mere thought of Valentine’s Day -- or actually forget it all together (even though every store will remind you) -- we hope you’ll learn to like it at least a little bit. You can make this day work for you too! Have fun with it and make your lady smile! If she is smiling, I am sure you will be smiling too!

Thursday, February 5, 2009

I need to know how you plan to make his heart skip a beat this Valentine's Day!

What are you doing this Valentine's Day? I am a bit nosy, so I created a fun poll on the left of this page, just under the Me information. So join in on the fun! I need to know! ;)

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

More Valentine's Day customs

Throughout the next few weeks, I will be talking about Valentine's Day and the different customs, traditions, and celebrations! There are several other Valentine's Day customs and traditions associated with the festival known as Valentine's Day, but these vary in different countries because of the social and cultural differences. What remains the same everywhere though is celebration of love by lovers. Here are some of the most commonly observed ways of celebrating St Valentine' Day.

Looking for Dates

One of the most popular customs of Valentine's Day observed worldwide is to go on a date with sweetheart. Those without a date start looking for one days before the festival. The custom originated from the popular English belief that birds chose their partners on February 14. For this reason, Valentines Day was called “the Birds' Wedding Day” in parts of Sussex.

Wishing ‘Happy Valentine's Day' to all We Love

In the beginning, Valentine's Day was associated with romantic couples only but in recent times the festival is seen in much larger perspective. Now, people take opportunity of the day to wish ‘Happy Valentine's Day' to anyone they love be it father, mother, teachers, siblings, friends, co-workers or just anyone special to them. The idea behind this tradition is to celebrate love, get love and give love to everyone around us.

Valentine's Day Custom of Exchanging Notes

One of the most commonly observed Valentine's Day customs is the exchange of love notes called ‘Valentines'. Initially people used to exchange handwritten notes but starting with the 19th century, the practice of sending hand written notes was replaced by the exchange of mass-produced greeting cards. Gradually, Valentine's Day cards came to be gifted to teachers, siblings, parents, friends and dear ones along with sweethearts. Today, Valentine's Day festival is estimated to be the biggest card-sending occasion after Christmas. Most commonly used pictures in Valentine's Greetings include images of popular Valentine's Day symbols like red roses, hearts and Cupid - the pudgy, winged son of Venus, the goddess of love. These days, there is also a tradition to club Valentine's with tiny candy hearts with affectionate messages printed on them.

Valentine's Day Tradition of Exchanging Gifts

There exists a strong tradition of indulging one's beloved with gifts of love. Some of the most popular gifts exchanged between lovers on Valentine's Day are fresh flowers - mainly roses, chocolates and teddy bears. Fine jewelry is increasingly becoming a popular St Valentine's day gift for women due to the rigorous marketing campaign by diamond industry. Candies, showpieces besides several other things are also gifted to dear ones including grandparents, parents, siblings, teachers and friends. This is because Valentine's Day is increasingly being regarded as the festival that celebrates love between two individuals and not just lovers.

An Occasion to Dine and Wine

The other most traditional way to celebrate Valentine's Day is to go for romantic candlelight dinners with one's Valentine. Many also choose to propose their dates in such a romantic setting and say the golden words, ‘I love you'. The other most emerging tradition is to participate in Valentine's Day balls and dance parties organized by various societies, clubs and restaurants. Many people also organize Valentine's Day Couple's parties in their homes where lovers have a blast in the company of friends. Those without a partner organize Valentine's Day Single's Party and have a good time dancing and playing games with other friends who are single.

Valentine's Day Celebrations in Schools

In several countries including United States and Canada there is a tradition to organize Valentine's Day classroom parties in schools. In such parties children exchange chocolates and Valentine's Day cards with their friends. British children sing special Valentine's Day song and receive candies and chocolates as reward. Senior school children usually organize Valentine's Day dance parties and have fun with friends.

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Bring on the "Sexy" Valentine's Day Giveaway!

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Monday, February 2, 2009

The History of Valentine's Day and Worldwide Celebrations

Valentine's Day or Saint Valentine's Day is a holiday celebrated on February 14 by many people throughout the world. In the West, it is the traditional day on which lovers express their love for each other by sending Valentine's cards, presenting flowers, or offering confectionery. The holiday is named after two among the numerous Early Christian martyrs named Valentine. The day became associated with romantic love in the circle of Geoffrey Chaucer in the High Middle Ages, when the tradition of courtly love flourished.

An alternative theory from Belarus states that the holiday originates from the story of Saint Valentine, who upon rejection by his mistress was so heartbroken that he took a knife to his chest and sent her his still-beating heart as a token of his undying love for her. Hence, heart-shaped cards are now sent as a tribute to his overwhelming passion and suffering.

The day is most closely associated with the mutual exchange of love notes in the form of "valentines." Modern Valentine symbols include the heart-shaped outline, doves, and the figure of the winged Cupid. Since the 19th century, handwritten notes have largely given way to mass-produced greeting cards. The sending of Valentines was a fashion in nineteenth-century Great Britain, and, in 1847, Esther Howland developed a successful business in her Worcester, Massachusetts home with hand-made Valentine cards based on British models. The popularity of Valentine cards in 19th-century America was a harbinger of the future commercialization of holidays in the United States.

The U.S. Greeting Card Association estimates that approximately one billion valentines are sent each year worldwide, making the day the second largest card-sending holiday of the year behind Christmas. The association estimates that women purchase approximately 85 percent of all valentines.

Similar traditions from around the world

In the West

Valentine's Day has regional traditions in the UK. In Norfolk, a character called 'Jack' Valentine knocks on the rear door of houses leaving sweets and presents for children. Although he was leaving treats, many children were scared of this mystical person. In Wales, many people celebrate Dydd Santes Dwynwen (St Dwynwen's Day) on January 25 instead of or as well as St Valentine's Day. The day commemorates St Dwynwen, the patron saint of Welsh lovers. In France, a traditionally Catholic country, Valentine's Day is known simply as "Saint Valentin", and is celebrated in much the same way as other western countries. In Spain Valentine's Day is known as "San Valentín" and is celebrated the same way as in the U.K, although in Catalonia it is largely superseded by similar festivities of rose and/or book giving on El Dia de San Jordi (Saint George's Day). In Portugal it's more commom refered to it as "Dia dos Namorados" (Boy/Girlfriend's Day).

In Denmark and Norway, Valentine's Day (14 Feb) is known as Valentinsdag. It is not celebrated to a large extent, but a lot people take time to eat a romantic dinner with their partner, to send a card to a secret love or give a red rose to their loved one. In Sweden it is called Alla hjärtans dag ("All Hearts' Day") and was launched in the 1960s by the flower industry's commercial interests, and due to influence of American culture. It is not an official holiday, but its celebration is recognized and sales of cosmetics and flowers for this holiday are only bested by those for Mother's Day.

In Finland Valentine's Day is called Ystävänpäivä which translates into "Friend's day". As the name indicates, this day is more about remembering all your friends, not only your loved ones. In Estonia Valentine's Day is called Sõbrapäev, which has a similar meaning.

In Slovenia, a proverb says that "St Valentine brings the keys of roots," so on February 14, plants and flowers start to grow. Valentine's Day has been celebrated as the day when the first works in the vineyards and on the fields commence. It is also said that birds propose to each other or marry on that day. Nevertheless, it has only recently been celebrated as the day of love. The day of love is traditionally March 12, the Saint Gregory's day. Another proverb says "Valentin - prvi spomladin" ("Valentine — first saint of spring"), as in some places (especially White Carniola) Saint Valentine marks the beginning of spring.

In Romania, the traditional holiday for lovers is Dragobete, which is celebrated on February 24. It is named after a character from Romanian folklore who was supposed to be the son of Baba Dochia. Part of his name is the word drag ("dear"), which can also be found in the word dragoste ("love"). In recent years, Romania has also started celebrating Valentine's Day, despite already having Dragobete as a traditional holiday. This has drawn backlash from many groups, reputable persons and institutions but also nationalist organizations like Noua Dreaptǎ, who condemn Valentine's Day for being superficial, commercialist and imported Western kitsch.
Valentine's Day is called Sevgililer Günü in Turkey, which translates into "Sweethearts' Day".

According to Jewish tradition the 15th day of the month of Av - Tu B'Av (usually late August) is the festival of love. In ancient times girls would wear white dresses and dance in the vineyards, where the boys would be waiting for them (Mishna Taanith end of Chapter 4). In modern Israeli culture this is a popular day to pronounce love, propose marriage and give gifts like cards or flowers.

Central and South America

In Guatemala, Valentine's Day is known as "Día del Amor y la Amistad" (Day of Love and Friendship). Although it is similar to the United States' version in many ways, it is also common to see people do "acts of appreciation" for their friends.
In Brazil, the Dia dos Namorados (lit. "Day of the Enamored", or "Boyfriends'/Girlfriends' Day") is celebrated on June 12, when couples exchange gifts, chocolates, cards and flower bouquets. This day was chosen probably because it is the day before the Festa junina’s Saint Anthony's day, known there as the marriage saint, when traditionally many single women perform popular rituals, called simpatias, in order to find a good husband or boyfriend. The February 14's Valentine's Day is not celebrated at all, mainly for cultural and commercial reasons, since it usually falls too little before or after Carnival, a major floating holiday in Brazil — long regarded as a holiday of sex and debauchery by many in the country[32] — that can fall anywhere from early February to early March.

In most of South America the Día del amor y la amistad (lit. "Love and Friendship Day") and the Amigo secreto ("Secret friend") are quite popular and usually celebrated together on the 14 of February (one exception is Colombia, where it is celebrated on September 20). The latter consists of randomly assigning to each participant a recipient who is to be given an anonymous gift (similar to the Christmas tradition of Secret Santa).


Thanks to a concentrated marketing effort, Valentine's Day is celebrated in some Asian countries with Singaporeans, Chinese and South Koreans spending the most money on Valentine's gifts.

In Japan, it has become an obligation for many women to give chocolates to all male co-workers. This is known as giri-choko (義理チョコ), from the words giri ("obligation") and choko, ("chocolate"). This contrasts with honmei-choko (本命チョコ); chocolate given to a loved one. Friends, especially girls, may exchange chocolate referred to as tomo-choko (友チョコ); from tomo meaning "friend". By a further marketing effort, a reciprocal day called White Day has emerged. On March 14, men are expected to return the favour to those who gave them chocolates on Valentine's Day.

In South Korea, women give chocolate to men on February 14, and men give non-chocolate candy to women on March 14. On April 14 (Black Day), those who did not receive anything on the 14th of Feb or March go to a Chinese restaurant to eat black noodles and "mourn" their single life. Koreans also celebrate Pepero Day on November 11, when young couples give each other Pepero cookies. The date '11/11' is intended to resemble the long shape of the cookie. The 14th of every month marks a love-related day in Korea, although most of them are obscure. From January to December: Candle Day, Valentine's Day, White Day, Black Day, Rose Day, Kiss Day, Silver Day, Green Day, Music Day, Wine Day, Movie Day, and Hug Day.

In China, the common situation is the man gives chocolate, flowers or both to the woman that he loves. In Chinese, Valentine's Day is called (simplified Chinese: 情人节; traditional Chinese: 情人節; pinyin: qing ren jie).

Similar Asian traditions

In Chinese culture, there is an older observance related to lovers. It is called "The Night of Sevens" (Chinese: 七夕; pinyin: Qi Xi). According to the legend, the Cowherd star and the Weaver Maid star are normally separated by the milky way (river) but are allowed to meet by crossing it on the 7th day of the 7th month of the Chinese calendar.

An observance on the same day in Korea is called Chilseok, but its association with romance has long faded.

In Japan, a slightly different version of 七夕 (called Tanabata, which is said to mean 棚機 a weaver for a god) is celebrated, on July 7 on the Gregorian calendar. The legend behind it is similar to the Chinese one. However, it is never regarded that the celebration is even remotely related with the St. Valentine's Day or lovers giving gifts to each other.

The Middle East

In Iranian culture, Sepandarmazgan is a day for love, which is on 29 Bahman in the Jalali solar calendar of Iran. The corresponding date in the Gregorian calendar is February 17. Valentine's day is currently celebrated in Iran despite some restrictions made by government; young Iranian boys and girls are seen on this day going out and buying gifts and celebrating.

In Saudi Arabia in 2008, religious police banned the sale of all Valentine's Day items, telling shop workers to remove any red items, as the day is considered an un-Islamic holiday. This ban created a black market of roses and wrapping paper.
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