Blame it on rains, if desire to get intimate is on your mind round the clock. You can make love while enjoying the rain probably in the lawn of your abode. But be careful ki koi dekh na le as there in no scope of public display of affection in this case.
Frost the moments
Get ready for another thanda thanda ehsaas while you use ice cubes over each other and soak in the fun. There could be nothing as exciting medium of foreplay as this before it leads to other wilder things. Make sure, your partner does not have a running nose or you might end up nursing him/her the next morning! Ha ha ha.
Sprinkle the passion
Spice-up the act by enjoying a shower together. Don't forget to use an aromatic shower gel. Just imagine, how romantic it would be to wash each other off. If nothing else, you will have a good smelling partner to cuddle later!
Soak in desires
If not a shower, then a bathtub isn't a bad idea either. For extra pleasure, take some rose petals and sprinkle them on the water. Light some exotic scented candles; dim the lights and let your imagination go wild. Make sure that you don't turn the tap on at full flow else bahut dard hogaâ ¦
Pool of lust
The good old swimming pool can serve as a great place for your romantic 'sexapades'. If you have a personal pool, then nothing like it! You can let the flame burning by trying out different positions. If you are using a public pool, then make sure that all the activities are restricted under water lest you become the centre of unwanted attention (or rather wanted).
Water pipe romance
While washing your car everyday can be a tedious task, why not use it for other romantic pursuits? Combine the daily chore of washing the car and getting drenched with your partner at the same time. Splash water on each other and go in for 'wetted passion'
Mud in love
Mud is not always dirty and if you feel otherwise then think about the Akshay Kumar-Rekha muddy song sequence in Khiladiyon ka Khiladi and the John Abraham-Tata Young video for Dhoom. If you partner is game for it, then you could play the mud and water game before you get on to some 'serious business'.