Hey Sexies! Per my usual routine, I’m spending the Christmas season in the north – way north. As in Finland. When people learn that I spend a lot of time in Finland I get a few common questions. What’s the weather like? What do people eat? What do people do?
First off, Finland is pretty much like any other country in the western world. Meaning it’s not Pluto. People get up, they go to work (many in offices), they eat dinner, they spend time with friends and family, and then they repeat it all over again. The food is good, but not particularly exotic. Fish and potatoes are standard fare, but in Helsinki especially, plenty of non-Finnish food is quite popular. Asian, Italian, and Indian restaurants dot the landscape. As for the weather, the biggest distinction is the winter darkness, referred to as kaamos. In northern Finland the sun doesn’t rise at all. In southern Finland you get about five hours of light, although it’s not super bright as the sun doesn’t get very high in the sky. Around 2:00 p.m it starts getting twilight-y, and there’s also a period of around 15 minutes where the light conditions give things a curious blue tinge, and it’s called – fittingly enough – the blue moment. It can be quite beautiful.
You know what’s also beautiful? Northern men. For a refresher, and to warm you up (if winter ever gets cold), check out these hot Finnish studs.
If you do find yourself getting revved up and in need of a little somethin’ somethin’, don’t just chart a course sight unseen. Instead, familiarize yourself with the ground rules for sex buddies.
Want to have someone else join the fun? Here’s one woman’s experience about her first three-way. After all, ’tis the season to make merry!
Sometimes, though, all we gals want is to cuddle. And, naturally, there’s an app for that.
Merry Christmas, everyone!!