Teri yad ne bura haal kar dia,
Tanha mera jena muhaal kar dia,
Socha jo tumhne yad na karne,
To DIL ne dharkane se inkar kar dia
Just think of all the possibilities that sending a dirty text offers you.
Not only can you take your time and send a message that you’ve thought about, worked hard at and have fine tuned to be the height of intoxication for your lover, you can also send them a message at anytime.
Long gone are the days of accidentally interrupting them during a meeting and having your hot and erotic dirty talk cut short by a hesitant “Listen, can I call you back darling, I’m in the middle of something with the Finance Director!”.
Eeek! Hope they weren’t on hands free.
Now they can receive your salacious thoughts at anytime, read them discreetly and get hugely turned on – all whilst still attending a meeting with the Finance Director!
So what’s the best kind of dirty text messages to send them?
Something that makes them think, that introduces an element of tease and denial.
You have here a golden opportunity to give your lover some serious teasing. Mild, sensual and erotic texts that discuss what you want them to do to you or you to them, gradually building up over a series of 4 or 5 texts that they receive during the course of the day will leaving them panting with desire, watching the clock tick down to home time.
Blatant texts, although hugely enjoyable to receive don’t last as long or have anywhere near the tease factor that gentle, mildly erotic texts do.
Break them in gently – start by sending them a simple message that says something along the lines of “Really miss you baby, thinking about you and being able to kiss and cuddle you” is nice, gentle and starts the ball rolling slowly.
You can then start to build up the lust factor by encouraging their participation.
“If you were here now, what would you like us to do?”
Hopefully, he’ll come back with something along the lines describing what he wants to do to you exactly.
Follow his lead, take his suggestions and enlarge them. Use your knowledge of you and him together, the things you like to do and how you like to do them and text that back to him.
Remember, build it all up slowly – don’t go sending him a first message that basically tells him to come home and grab you!
You need to time your messaging so that he can get more and more worked up, culminating in you sending a text just before he is due to leave work that extols him to come home and ravish you! If you are at work too, send him a final text that dares him to get home before you and prepare the bed or sofa or whatever you intend to use!
Use your dirty text messages as a slow burn method of talking dirty, not a quick bang and you should reap the same by return!!
Here are ten life lessons towards a wonderful relationship.
1 Give yourself a chance to really meet somebody that makes your heart smile no matter what. Do not waste your time trying to ﬁnd a perfect person; instead, learn to see an imperfect person perfectly.
2 Accept people the way they are. Do not expect and demand that people ﬁt your mold before you love them. Do not put conditions on the love that you give. Let your mate be who he or she really is.
3 Find yourself first. Remember that it is not just a matter of finding the right person, but also being the right person. For that, you need to value yourself so you can value others, love yourself so you can love others, respect yourself so you can respect others, and accept yourself so you can accept others. Keep in mind that nobody can give something he or she does not possess.
4 Practice communication and understanding. Do not get too comfortable with silence; if there is a problem, talk it over. If you have to express your point of view, do it! Debate, argue, express your opinion, but never insult, degrade or humiliate. Do not let your ego or personal pride get in the way of your relationship. In the end, it doesn’t matter who is right but what is right.
5 Do not become controlling, do not become possessive, or you will not be able to control the relationship. The purpose of a relationship is to complement each other, grow together, and achieve your common goals as a couple. At the same time, you must each maintain your individual identity as a human being.
6 Do not be jealous. You will poison your soul by letting your imagination wander. Do not allow your mind to create incredible stories without any foundation.
7 Take responsibility for your own happiness. Do not enter into a relationship expecting your mate to bring you happiness, otherwise you could be disappointed.
8 Love is a great part of a relationship, but it is not all. To keep a healthy and successful relationship, you have to watch it, work at it, nurture it, pay attention to it, and care for it. You must do all this on a consistent basis.
9 You do not have to be compatible with your mate in everything, but you have to be compatible in most things. Honesty, sincerity, respect, integrity, and reliability are main ingredients that build trust and hold a relationship together.
10 Love with all your passion and without any reservation. Even though you may get hurt, you will live your life to the fullest. Keep in mind that a great love, like any success in life, involves some kind of risk. Go ahead—take it!
These lessons are part of Rodolfo Costa’s inspirational book “Advice My Parents Gave Me and Other Lessons I Learned From My Mistakes” http://admypagame.com described as “409 thoughts, quotes, lessons, ideas, suggestions, reminders, words of advice and encouragement to lead a successful, rewarding, peaceful, happy, and fulfilling life.
Friendship rings, or promise rings as they are now frequently called, are given to indicate commitment between the closest of friends. The level of commitment indicated may involve a decision to get married, or it can indicate a non-romantic wish that a pact of friendship should always be remembered and honored.
The historical origins of the friendship rings stretches back to the Ancient world. Thousands of years ago rings were worn on necks, noses and ears. Most researchers believe that the use of finger rings was first popularized in Ancient Egypt. A few thousand years later the Greeks were using rings to indicate commitments. In Roman times betrothal rings became popular, and rings with twin hands representing faith (appropriately enough known as faith rings) appeared on the scene. Almost the Romans were the first to introduce the custom of wearing the ring on the third finger of the left hand and engraving rings was another innovation that appeared in Roman times.
During the Medieval age the giving of friendship rings with clasped hands was popular, while wealthier people began to have costly jewels set into their rings. In the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries poesy rings were introduced, with poesy referring to a style of poetry where short lines on the themes of romance or faith were engraved on rings. These rings were commonly given as what we would call engagement rings. Similarly designed rings are still sold today in a number of online stores and other outlets.
There is general agreement that a major leap forward in the history of friendship rings occurred in late seventeenth and early eighth century Ireland in the Galway Bay area of Western Ireland, and in particular around Claddagh and nearby fishing villages. A local goldsmith named Richard Joyce designed a ring that has become known as the claddagh ring. His design of two hands clasping a heart symbol with a crown engraved above it has become one of the most enduring and sent after friendship ring designs. According to the local legend he learned his craft while held prisoner by Algerian pirates. Clearly he must already have been a person of means with connections in high places since the King of England is supposedly to have intervened and secured his release. Faced with the offer of marrying the daughter of his Algerian master and coming into a rich inheritance, he decided he would abandonless prefer to return to Ireland.
Joyce's jewelry business did not continue into the mid-eighth century and for a while while the claddagh ring went out of fashion. However, the success he had enjoyed was remembered by other jewelers in the Galway area and they successfully reintroduced the idea. Until the mid-nineteenth century the popularity of the claddagh ring did not extend far beyond the Galway Bay region. The introduction of the mechanization into jewelry manufacture in the mid-nineteenth century opened up new possibilities to market these friendship rings to a wider clientele at more competitive prices. From this time onwards, the claddagh ring began to build its international profile. Today a variety of designs using identical are similar themes rank high in the popularity lists of friendship rings sold in many jewelry shops and via online sites.
The amazing growth of the online friendship ring market represents one of the most striking contemporary developments in the history of friendship rings. In addition the idea of giving friendship rings is spreading across cultural and national barriers. Never have people has such a range of designs and ring materials to choose from nor such convenient ways of buying a ring that meets their ambitions.