The notion that sex and sports don't mix is probably as old as athletic endeavor itself. No one is actually certain when and where the practice of carnal abstinence before "The Big Game" began, but reference to it is made in the Old Testament. That holy book carries passages of warriors being advised against going into battle immediately after marriage. It further suggests that neighbors of a newlywed couple should pitch in and help the groom with his chores, assuming his husbandly duties must have sapped him of his vigor. Sound advice.
All you need is a couple of balls, a paddle, and some stamina. Are we talking about a game of ping pong or a rowdy round in the sack? You may never know, similar to the mystery that will ensue when you read over these questions submitted to a sensuous ping pong player. This Q&A covers everything from contracting a disease to partner preference, while participating in ping pong that is! But these innuendos can be interpreted as sex advice as well. But hey, we’re not the first to make a connection between sex and the age-old sport of ping pong! In Balls of Fury, Master Wong cautions us, "Ping Pong... is not the Macarena. It takes patience. She is like a fine, well-aged prostitute... it takes years to learn her tricks."
Sex toys are a booming industry. They have helped bring fun and intimacy to the bedroom. But what could be better when you can incorporate sex and exercise at the same time? And when I say exercise, I am not referring to the cardiovascular kind or even the kind that involves weight lifting or standing on your head, I am referring to the kind of exercise that every woman has heard of, whether they have had a baby or not. I am referring to the dreaded Kegel exercise.
“Volleyball is a physically grueling sport involving hot athletic women in tight bikinis, jumping up and down in order to hit a ball. To be honest, I’m not even sure of all of the rules of this sport because I’ve never been that interested. At the end of any game, I can’t tell you anything about the actual plays, but I can tell you what team had the best asses. To me, that’s all that matters.” —Willem Frankfort