What a Dry Spell Taught Me About Sex

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I’m coming at this from the other side. Yes, friends: I just had sex. 

Sex is an interesting thing. When you’re having a lot of it, you don’t think about it too much. But when you’re not having it at all, it seems to be all you can think about. Every time you pass a person on the street, you’re wondering if they’re having sex. Are they thinking about sex? When was the last time my Trader Joe’s checkout person (lovely lady) had sex? You watch a movie, and when anyone has sex or even mentions the sheer idea of having sex, it’s a personal attack on just how little sex you’re having. I mean, she’s going to die before the end of the movie, so she might as well get laid, right? 




Am I the only person in America not having sex right now? 

That, my friends, is what we call a dry spell. I’ve been through them a few times in my day. From when I was single and…

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