Having This Gadget In Your Bedroom Equals More Sexy Time

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Contrary to what most sex and relationship experts say, this gadget helps a lot of people get it on.

Want to increase the chances of getting more sexy time in your bedroom?

One gadget will definitely increase the possibilities.

Before rushing out now to your local adult store or whipping out your credit card to buy something at your favorite kinky online store, hold your horses.

This gadget is something that your mom and dad probably have in their bedroom too.

This gadget is something that your mom and dad probably have in their bedroom too. Your brain is probably screaming “Ewwww” right now with a grossed out thought. Just stop. It’s not what you think it is.

The gadget is good old television.

Whether you have the latest flat screen high def TV or even that old trusted hefty cathode ray TV from the 90’s, having one in your bedroom will increase the chances of you getting laid.

Yes, seriously and contrary to what most so-called “Dr. Sex and Relationship” experts would say, your TV is THE gadget to have if you want to score.

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A survey found that couples with a TV in their bedroom have double the amount of sex than those who don’t. A total of 2,431 couples took part in this survey.

A survey found that couples with a TV in their bedroom have double the amount of sex than those who don’t. A total of 2,431 couples took part in this survey.

Of these couples, two-thirds believed that their sex life was better because there was a television in their bedroom. In fact, around 47% liked the idea of watching their favorite show while having a necking session with their partners.

Here’s another interesting stat from the survey: 37% of the couples believed that having a TV in the bedroom bettered a couple’s sex experience. They revealed that they used their TV to watch erotic movies. They claimed that it increased libido when watched from the privacy of the bedroom.

Shocking, isn’t it. 🙂

Of these couples, two-thirds believed that their sex life was better because there was a television in their bedroom. In fact, around 47% liked the idea of watching their favorite show while having a necking session with their partners.

However, not all couples appear to be fond of having a TV in the bedroom based on the survey. There was a significant percentage (26%) of couples who did not like the idea of the TV being in their bedroom. They believed that it would interfere with their sex life.

Also, 29% of those surveyed said that they don’t use their TV to watch dirty movies. Their partner would put something “boring” to watch which would get them in the mood for some rockin’ and rollin’.

Given that the average American adult watches about 5 hours of TV a day (yes, that’s a lot of time spent being a couch potato), why not multi-task and get it on while watching TV? It just makes perfect sense, contrary to what most relationship experts would say.

Maybe watching wild animals humping each other on the Animal Planet channel turns both of you on. Or if watching re-runs of Captain Kirk making out with blue aliens from another galaxy is your thing, then go for it.

Maybe watching wild animals humping each other on the Animal Planet channel turns both of you on. Or if watching re-runs of Captain Kirk making out with blue aliens from another star system is your thing, then go for it. Keep that wide-screen flickering and blaring in your bedroom.

It is not a secret anymore, the TV in your bedroom betters your sex life. However, effective communication is also critical to making things work. When you and your partner know what makes the other tick, combining the two, the TV and communication, will make your sex life very healthy.

One thing that was not in the study is whether the size, make, and model of TV has any bearing with the quality of sex that you can have.

One thing that was not in the study is whether the size, make, and model of TV has any bearing with the quality of sex that you can have.

Another thought that crossed my mind was whether the size of the TV screen in the bedroom has a direct correlation to the size of a guy’s gajungga?

Maybe someone ought to do surveys on these.

So, do you have a TV in your bedroom? Does it hamper or enhance sexy time for you and your partner? Feel free to let us know.

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