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La_chica_gomela's avatar

If you got a 3 day R&R with your honey in between long stretches of not seeing him/her, what would you do?

Asked by La_chica_gomela (12562points) June 10th, 2009

You have three days and three nights, you’re in the city that you live in, and you won’t get to see him/her again for 2 months, what awesome fun things you would do?

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La_chica_gomela's avatar

ha! I win my own bet! (see tags)

AstroChuck's avatar

First off, I’d take lots of Viagra®.

La_chica_gomela's avatar

@eponymoushipster: lol, oh. well, i guess it was a self-fulfilling prophesy.
@AstroChuck: When you say “TM”, you really mean “TMI” right. ;-)

eponymoushipster's avatar

@La_chica_gomela hence the quotes. ;) yeah, you were asking for it.

cak's avatar

Sex is the obvious answer!

Also, lots of conversation, just to be able to sit with the person and talk, in person – is a great thing. then more sex.

hearkat's avatar

Definitely sex, eat, sleep, repeat… mix up the order.

Beyond that, it totally depends on the two individuals and their preferred activities. If it’s my home city, and my partner is visiting, I’d defer to their preferences… if the ‘visiting’ partner has a favorite restaurant or other family or friends that they want to spend time with, etc.

casheroo's avatar

Probably wouldn’t leave the bedroom at all. Lots of chinese take out, some sushi, and movies.

Bri_L's avatar

I would NEVER let them out of my site. And yeah, lots of sex. I would let them do all the talking they needed about what ever the hell they wanted. And DO what ever they needed. It would be all about them.

Poser's avatar

This is pretty much what happens between my GF and me whenever we do get to see each other. And yeah. There’s lots of sex.

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