If clothes make the man, what does his living space say about him? I’ve wondered this for a while. Think about it, if you’ve ever visited a love interest who said all of the right things, smelled and looked great drove a clean looking ride, and when you get to where they live, you are turned off. The place looks a mess. Wherever you look, you see dirty dishes/laundry/furniture/floor. There is an odor that gets caught in your throat. You dodge vermin and yet they are so comfortable with living like a slob that they are not bothered by your discomfort, at all. They could be the sexiest person on Earth, but if that place is a mess, it doesn’t matter how attractive looking they are, or anything — deals off, I’m out.
Trust me, I am in no way a Felix Unger, nor am I an Oscar Madison, but I do fall happily in the middle, keeping sure my place looks neat and lived in. But what do you do when your potential partner’s place is so unkempt? Do you stay and start to clean up? Or would you think of excuses to leave?
There really is something extra sexy when you visit someone’s home who you are interested in and discover that not only does it look nicely furnished, but it also smells nice. It seems to make the sex incredibly better. Sex is sexier when the place is clean
Seems that I am not the only one who thinks this way. I stumbled across this video recently and it pretty much summed up my thoughts. If the living space is nice, oh yeah, you will be getting some ass. But only if the place is nice.
Let’s be honest. If your place is nice, I’m giving up the ass
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