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Sexual Advances

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For those of us with rather full "schedules". We all have time however, that is wasted and not used for anything productive, but which violently resist traditional scheduling methods. Now one of your significant others can elect to take that spot, at the penalty of sacrificing a later time that has been previously scheduled. With proper communication, this ought to free up time in the long run, as well as fill up those dead spots in your busy life.
MalibuStarfish, Feb 15 2002

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       I know what I'm thinking , too, and I'm pretty sure this had something to do with why I was twice divorced...Questionable timing (at the very least) to have posted this on St. Valentine's Day, Malibustarfishy.
jurist, Feb 15 2002
  

       This is baked. Many couples use up all their sexual intercourse time in the first few weeks of a relationship, and once they're married never do it at all.
pottedstu, Feb 15 2002
  

       Unabubba..sounds like the next Half Baked idea..a portable Free Time Storage Device.
speedialer, Sep 01 2003
  

       //This is baked. Many couples use up all their sexual intercourse time in the first few weeks of a relationship, and once they're married never do it at all.//   

       hhmmmmm, I used getting married as a great way to have sex even more often...but maybe that is just me...;)
babyhawk, Jan 15 2004
  

       //I used getting married as a great way to have sex even more often//   

       Does your spouse know?
Detly, Jan 16 2004
  

       Depends what your definition of "more Often" is.....
SystemAdmin, Apr 05 2004
  
      
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