January 26, 2011
But, I have a more laid-back approach. If there's a beautiful girl sleeping in my bed and she doesn't have anywhere to be, I can't bring myself to wake her up when I gotta take off. But honestly, the thought of her padding around my house with messy hair in my t-shirt looking for the coffee maker makes my day. You can't get much cuter than that.
However, I also can't shake that weird feeling of coming home from work eight hours later to a room that I left someone in while I was gone. Things don't look like how I left them. Usually the bed is made (something I rarely do and serious kudos to the girls who do this) and there's sorta this general Goldilocks and the Three Bears feeling to it all.
But what totally kicks this experience up to the next level is when a girl sprays a little bit of her perfume in the room before she leaves. I get home from work, open the door, and suddenly I'm lost in a fog thinking of her. They say that the sense of smell is tied closest to memory in your brain. Pardon me while I instantly relive all the amazingness our date the night before. I can't get the girl out of my head after that point. Then, as the perfume fades, my head automatically turns to thoughts of "When can I see this girl next?" She's got me.
Now, this of course is a pro move. If it's a first or second sleepover, then it's probably too soon for the perfume room spritz. After that, it's fair game. Obviously moderation is key here, but it's a secret weapon that reels me in every time.