Contrary to what Seth tells Evan what Becca’s reaction will be to his bringing a tube of lube for their first night of sheet dancing in SuperBad: “Oh Evan, thank you for bringing that lube for my pussy. I never would’ve been able to handle your four inch dick inside my pussy without that gigantic bottle of lube…” – sometimes a little something extra to ensure her comfort is necessary.
Not that it’s a knock against your ability to get her juices flowing… but contrary to what you may think is the case from watching certain porn videos, not all women are gushing geysers of lust when it comes to sex. Some need a little help overcoming the friction… regardless of your size or foreplay skills.
Which is why Astroglide created their water-based, water-soluble and petroleum-free formula that replicates the moisturizing and lubrication properties of her natural body fluids. Non-staining, odorless and safe to use with condoms and diaphragms, it makes sure those are moans of pleasure you hear, not irritation. As they say over at Astroglide: Rough is good. Dry is not.
And because most guys never think of bringing a tub o’ lube along in their weekend shack pack, I’m going to give three of you a bunch of Astroglide to test out on your own horizontal mambo partner. (No obligation to give me details on your “tests,” thanks.)
In the Astroglide prize pack you’ll get 2.5 oz tubes of Glycerin and Paraben Free Astroglide, Astroglide X, Astroglide Gel and Astroglide Natural. (Yeah, you’re gonna have a busy weekend of testing…) You’ll also get an Astroglide Research and Development Team t-shirt (in case she questions the validity of this as an experiment), a pack of “Ace in the Hole” playing cards, and a Do Not Disturb door hanger to keep people from interrupting your contribution to this important research.
To enter for a shot at winning this slippery-when-wet prize pack, all you need to do is enter your email addy here. And on Friday April 9th, I’ll pick three of you to have a surefire pick up line that weekend… “Hey wanna help make strides in science?”
And for more info on finding the Astroglide product for you and your research team, head over to www.astroglide.com