Thursday, February 12, 2009

Keep Track of Your Sex Life

When you were younger did you ever keep track of all the boys you kissed, I know I did. I even had a tally of how many times I french kissed my boyfriend in middle school. Well lucky for me I have discovered that I can keep a virtual diary of all my sexual conquests. (which really hasn't been that much lately) The site is called Bedpost and allows you to store all your sexual information.

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First you put in all your partners that you want to keep track of, you can even upload a picture of them if you like. You then go through the calendar and just click on the days you want to add a conquest to. It gets very elaborate too. You can put in the start and end time and any details you might want to remember. His likes or dislikes or maybe a description of his penis. You even get to give it a 1-5 star rating. You can even track how much you masturbate, which is what takes up most of my calendar. I can't help it it's just so much fun. I'd admit right now I do it like 5-6 days out of the week.

It keeps track of how many times you do it at certain times of the day. How many hours a month you spent in the throws of passion. On average how often you do it in a month. It's like your sex life has been put into a power point presentation. If only I could add graphics and sounds, then it would look amazing.

No one else can access this information unless they have your username and password. This is not a social networking site at all. Its made just for the user and that's it. This thing is great and I feel so organized now. Not that there is much to organize but it's interesting to see it all laid out in front of you.

*note- those pics are not from my personal calendar, you are never gonna see that info!


Anonymous said...

Recently I've had a young partner roll over and make a tic mark in the air once all was said and done... still don't know how to feel about that.

Brandon B. said...

Do they have a "x Days without an accident!" type feature?