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British women prefer chocolate to sex: poll

Suits me just fine Slim, I would much rather buy the missus a breeze block of "choklit" than have to join my body to hers :D
 
Surely the answer then is to combine both - and keep everyone happy. Chocolate bar, chocolate fountain, fingers/thumbs, toes, paint brush, mars bars, tongue.....................the mind/imagination boggles :thumright:
 

pingbosun

Lantern Swinger
Jenny_Dabber said:
Defo chocolate! Sex is bad!

G'day Jenny.

Trade must be slow for Cadburies to come out with outrageous sayings like that, can't believe that some matelots are agreeing with you, I know it can be dangerous,but as long as you keep a bucket of water beside the pair of you, then you can have your sex and eat your chocolate as well!!! . {prefereably not at the same time though]

Heres my wee dog to lick up anything that drops ^_^; ^_^; ^_^;




 
If you look clearly the sex after marriage micron is very very small.

My ex wife asked me to smother her in diamonds.

I couldn't afford the diamonds thought I would just smother her!!

 

ukdaytona

War Hero
They may prefer chocolate BUT did anyone ask if they were eating it or using it in other ways.....

Curly Wurly ladies ???
 

josiecats

War Hero
notafourknotfudgepacker said:
Surely the answer then is to combine both - and keep everyone happy. Chocolate bar, chocolate fountain, fingers/thumbs, toes, paint brush, mars bars, tongue.....................the mind/imagination boggles :thumright:
i like the way you think.........
 

lsadirty

War Hero
Between 1965 and 1975, me and Arkle mananged to produce a son and 5 dughters - which probably accounts for her overwhelming desire for chocolate these days: for 8 of the 10 years in question, I was on nuclear boats - it doesn't make you sterile, just gives you more daughters...........
 
lsadirty said:
Between 1965 and 1975, me and Arkle mananged to produce a son and 5 dughters - which probably accounts for her overwhelming desire for chocolate these days: for 8 of the 10 years in question, I was on nuclear boats - it doesn't make you sterile, just gives you more daughters...........

A son and five daughters??? Jeez man your brave, I have two daughters, more than enough.....much respect.
 

lsadirty

War Hero
It don't get no better, Man: 16 grandkids, eldest is 18 next week (mucho celebrations while his mum and dad are in Turkey on holiday - think he's looking 4ward to it, old man was ex Infantry Colour Sgt), and my youngest daughter is the barmaid that day! Oh dear, more embarrasing family photos......................
 
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