Romance novelists and most of my female friends seem to think that the most enjoyable way of achieving orgasm for a woman is to have a man stick his tongue into her vagina and wiggle it around until he hits the right nerves a few times. Obviously, that’s not how they would describe it, but that’s generally the real-life version. For me, it’s much too messy.
Black and Tans are a popular drink in the United States and a personal favorite of mine, though in the end I prefer a pint of Guinness on its own. There’s a fun Irish-style band, one of my favorites, named Gaelic Storm, which sings a song about being a modern Irish-American descendant in the United States called “Raised on Black and Tans”.
I love country music. Most of you who have read my past articles with the header “Musing on Music” are already aware of this. Perhaps you don't know that I love it for the funny, yet relatable songs like “Buy Me A Boat” or the more modern-style party songs like “Fix A Drink”, both of which are sung by Chris Janson. However, the most important reason that I love this genre is for the beautiful songs with important messages, like “Drunk Girl” [also] by Chris Janson.