A Frisky Playlist For Couples

A Frisky Playlist For Couples

The Valentine's mood hasn't left us yet, and some people are still in that feeling.

Valentine's Day passed, and most of us here are still single, I'm sure. If you were single during Valentine's, I hope you had read my amazing article on five things to do if you were single and I hope you've gotten some pretty amazing ideas of what to do with your time. Let's hope it was a really helpful one.

But, if you were one of the lucky ones that got in a relationship the 14th, then...GOOD LUCK because those relationships have bad luck. I don't know why, but this is the only thing I'm superstitious about. If you get into a relationship on the 14th, it's bound to get ugly. My best friend learned the hard way... But that's her story to tell.

However, I bet most of us here were in relationships here already. And like I've mentioned in my latest article, Valentine's is a (not) cheap excuse to forget your problems and have wild, scandalous sex by the end of the night. I hope your relationship is still in that process because, boy, I do have the perfect playlist for you.

Let's just ignore the fact that this article was inspired by me watching top 10 songs to do lap dances at like 10 pm last night while being high... Most of this songs will be from my music library, not from the video I was watching last night. (I did learn a lot, though.) Howeveeeerr, let's just get this over with.

1. "Demons" by Fatboy Slim

I found this song on the show from where that gif is from. As Lito (the guy with the red cap) dances for his man, Hernando (guy laughing beneath him), this song plays in the background. Not only is the beat of this song a bit sultry, but the vocals flow well with the melody. It's a fast song which I believe you can go at your own pace.

Just give the song a try. Close your eyes, and let it overtake you.

2. "Feeling Good" by Muse

Now don't get me wrong; I love the original version, but the rock style added to this song makes it even better. You haven't listened to this song? Give it a try, and added it to your playlist the next time you see your significant other.

Also, if you want something more...smooth, check out Avicii's version of this song. You're welcome.

3. "Gorilla" by Bruno Mars

We've all heard this song. We all know what it says. I don't think I need to explain myself.

But if you haven't heard this song, here's a small snippet of the lyrics to the song: "You've got your legs up in the sky with the devil in your eyes."

4. "Roll Call" by the Neighbourhood

My advice for when you listen to this song: grab your partner, pull them close and dance slowly to the rhythm of the song. It definitely knows how to set the mood, as well as many of the songs by the Neighbourhood.

And I mean, these are just a couple of options I have to offer to you. I know many of us have playlists for moments like these because why not, right? You can never be prepared without a nice playlist with some frisky songs to add some spice to the night.

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21 Reasons You Should Date Someone Who Was A Camp Counselor

Spouse and parent material, all wrapped up in an animal shirt, Nike shorts, and Chacos.

1. They shop at Goodwill mostly... low maintenance you could say?

SEE ALSO: The ABC's Of Summer Camp

2. They are pretty awesome at talking to parents... opening days have given good practice for them. Give them 15 minutes and they will become best friends with your parents.

3. Their best friends actually are long distance...so you can wait a while to meet their besties who will want to know everything about you and make sure your intentions are good.

4. They have learned how to look decently presentable without showering for a week... maybe two...you may or may not like this one.

5. They are always down for adventure... sure let's hike for eight miles uphill in the middle of the week!

6. They know what it is like to be woken up at 2 a.m. because someone wet their bed... mom training.

7. They also know how to give the "modest is hottest" talk to the teenage campers... and will help give you a classy future daughter.

8. Building fires is their hidden talent... if you ever get stuck on a deserted island with them they can help you.

9. Animal shirts are a common clothing item... they know how to have fun.

10. They throw killer dance parties... ones your grandma would approve of.

11. They are used to being publicly embarrassed for others (their campers') enjoyment... and usually can take a joke or prank well.

12. They also know how to prank you back... summer camp prepares you for awesome prank wars.

13. If you want to see her with no makeup on just look at her camp photos... natural beauty?

14. They actually love children... they chose to spend a whole summer loving other people's kids; imagine how awesome they will treat their own.

15. Chances are they are a really fun person and will bring out your inner child... yes, climb that random tree and paint your face because it is Wednesday.

16. Their "real job" will come later in life... they will end up being successful. Most employers love to hire former counselors, so it is not a waste of a summer.

17. They know how to hide their favorites in life really well... so if they choose to date you they are basically saying you are their favorite and that is a big deal to them.

18. They have learned how to eat unhealthy food every day for a whole summer and stay in shape... or try to at least.

19. They also are obviously not a diva when it comes to material needs...they went a whole summer without even air conditioning and never complained.

20. If they love you anything like they love their campers your needs will always be put first...they are some of the most selfless people you will ever meet.

21. They love God, living for Him, and have already made a difference in many children's lives... they are the real MVPS.

If you are still looking for a place to work this summer and love adventure, Jesus, and children, apply for Camp Crestridge for Girls; they still have many positions available. I'll be there so you should too!

If you are a boy apply for Camp Ridgecrest for Boys!

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Looking for a fright? Try "Dying Light."

Good night, good luck.


"This is Jade, get to the nearest safehouse and wait until dawn... Good night, and good luck." The radio goes off as your watch beeps. It is now 21:00, and you are in danger. In the night, things are never the same...

Dying Light is one of the most iconic zombie games of this era, featuring never before seen concepts in its genre. It also features one of the most scary features of all, drawing inspiration from Minecraft. Here are all the things that makes Dying Light terrifying. Beware, violent images ahead.

A better "Dead Island"

"Dying Light" was developed by Techland - a company famous for its prior zombie game: Dead Island. Dead Island was a hit due to its new mechanics involving heavy emphasis on melee combat and weapon crafting. This put players in a tough spot because unlike its predecessors of "Left 4 Dead" or "Killing Floor," guns are a rarity and survival depends on resourcefulness.

After the failed release of "Dead Island: Riptide" - a low effort expansion - Techland parted ways with their publisher Deep Silver, in pursuit of a game that they can formulate on their own.

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Flash forward to 2015, and "Dying Light" was released with massive success. It featured functions not available in "Dead Island" while debuting a new feature: parkour. Yes, you read that right, parkour.


Parkour was an interesting system to be implemented in a zombie game, but it would make total sense when you think more about it. Imagine the streets being filled with mindless zombies. One bite, and you're infected. Leave untreated, and you're gone. The rooftops is the only safe option, and you need the athleticism to scale buildings and run away from danger. In Dying Light, you're not a hunter. You're the hunted.

The night

Fear not the day, for night is your true enemy. In "Dying Light," zombies are infected with a special virus. This strain of virus is afraid of UV light, meaning that during the day, the zombies' motor functions are extremely suppressed, making them sluggish and dumb. But when night comes, the virus unleashes its full potential, turning slow zombies into athletic and crazed chasers that can pursuit you for miles at incredible speeds.

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Other than that, at night, a special mutation of zombies appear called "Volatiles." They are athletically superior, incredibly strong, and are terrifying. They usually emit a gargling sound and makes clicking noises, both of which join together for a scary combo. Plus, in the night, you are vulnerable. Sneaking while watching out for monsters in the dark isn't exactly easy.

Equipped with a UV Flashlight with limited battery life, you are left with only one weapon for self-defense if you ever find yourself in a pursuit. And in all cases, just run.


"Dying Light" has an interesting approach to noise. Zombies are very sensitive to noises. A gunshot, an explosion, a car alarm, or a loud crash onto a crumbling building could attract hordes to your position. In this game, noises determine your survival at night. Know when to throw a firecracker for distraction or when to trip car alarm traps could mean the difference between surviving a night and not seeing the day.

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Closing words

"Dying Light" promises a unique zombie experience different from most games. It's gritty, it's scary, and it's fun - these standards are those that game developers could only dream about when designing a zombie franchise. Nothing is more bone-chilling than hearing a volatile scream as the night comes, an explosion going off nearby, or when the sun sets gently behind the slums of Harran. But zombies aren't the only threats. Humans are an entire different ball game, but that's up to you to explore.

Good night and good luck...

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