For anyone who had an un-memorable sexual Valentine’s Day coupling or for those who want to add a little spice to life, I invite you to read the Letters2Jamison. Being able to accomplish the training exercises included in the series of Letter #13 will definitely raise your (and your partner’s) sexual bar.
Letter # 13 Part 2
Designed to be pavlovian in nature, advertisers use certain songs to help people remember the product. These catchy little jingles do work. That’s all well and good. In fact, I want you to salivate differently and far more enjoyably than the intended method the marketing guru’s are etching into your mind.
For example, when I saw the Hummer commercial, I slapped my inner thigh and told my partner to lick. One of my best friends saw the same commercial advertising quite differently and went out and bought a Hummer.
If you are like me during the football season, you hate those long commercial breaks. Consider using the method of adding sexual words to the tune as a method of personal entertainment. I know those repetitive car commercials using Vivaldi’s Four Seasons won’t disappoint a creative mind. Your “December to Remember” could anything but the usual holiday cheer.
Adding a few choice repeatable phrases to the end of sentences during a boring lecture or stale church experience has often kept me engaged when I couldn’t really have cared less about the subject matter.
Mentally including the phrase “up the butt” or “in my box” at the end of the speaker’s sentence was a lip biter in some very inappropriate yet hilarious situations. Give it a try the next time you are stuck listening to a live re-enactment of Charlie Brown’s teacher.
Before radio and internet, the great composers wrote the “mood music” of their times. Can you imagine what thoughts were going through the minds of the classical, romantic period master composers when they wrote timeless, epic, sexual tunes? My own concept of get-your-freak-on is probably pretty lame compared to what these Masters composed by candle light.
The original lyrics in the famous christmas carol deck the halls, which was adapted from a brothel house jingle, were originally so inappropriate fa-la-la-la-la was used to replace them.
While we are constantly reminded that our current society is the pinnacle of knowledge – If we compare the iconic hallmarks showcasing the pinnacle of today’s society, (i.e.: Microsoft, Facebook, Instagram, AI, etc.) to historical icons such as Mozart and Beethoven, I actually think we probably lost a step or two.
Master the items from Letter #3 and creating your own lyrics to music in this part of Letter #13 before reading the next part of this letter.