My name is CJ and I'm probably the last person who should be giving relationship advice, or maybe I'm just the person to do so.  If a person can learn from their mistakes, I may actually be a qualified professional in this department.

I think body temperature dictates the degree of pleasure you receive from others.  Let me explain.

Have you ever kissed, hugged or touched someone and really felt it?  It's like that individual had something different.  And I'm not taking about anything emotional.  This is something you feel immediately, before any of that mushy stuff starts.  If the person on the other end is warmer than you, you can feel it.  And it touches your senses in an entirely different way than that of a person who's the same temperature or cooler.  Now here's where you ask, Isn't everyone the same temperature?  Not really.  The normal body temperature for humans is 98.6 but we can fluctuate 1 degree below or above that.

In the profession I'm in, I meet a lot of people.  Shake a lot of hands, give lots of hugs (I'm a hugger) and even the occasional peck on the cheek.  And I'm telling you, sure as God made apples, you can feel a person's body temperature.  Especially someone who's average temp is warmer than yours.  It has nothing to do with size, gender or good looks.


Skin is the largest organ in the body.  That being said, one can only assume that the temperature of a significant other, could certainly enhance romantic situations after love settles in.  The only exception might be sleeping side by side in Louisiana.  That can sometimes get a little uncomfortable after a while.

Wouldn't you agree that touching, kissing or being romantic with someone warmer than you would be more pleasurable than someone who's cooler?  I don't know about you, but I want to feel a person's warmth.  If I touch someone or something cooler than my body, my mind registers a different message.  I want my beverages cold, not my significant other.



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