Freaking. Finally. It's certainly taken long enough, but it sounds like Bachelor Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici's relationship may be headed in a more, well -- normal direction.
If a new rumor about Sean and Catherine's honeymoon plans is true, then maybe they've figured out that this whole "waiting for marriage to have sex" bullsh&% is never going to work.
Supposedly they were overheard talking about taking a "pre-wedding honeymoon" -- which was a piece of advice given to them by former Bachelor winner Melissa Rycroft. She thinks they need a little time away to "focus on the relationship," which sounds like a nice way of saying Sean and Catherine need to go ahead and do the dirty and get it over with before tying the knot. (Or at least that's how I interpret her words.)
And the choice of term to describe the trip is key here. Pre-wedding honeymoon. Not a vacation. Not a weekend getaway. A honeymoon. And we all know what the main purpose of a honeymoon is. Duh -- to have lots and lots of sex morning, noon, night, and everything in between.
OMG. Could it really be happening? Have Sean and Catherine really had a change of heart -- and now plan on sealing the deal before saying "I do"?
If so, it's by far the best thing they can do to get their marriage off to a good start. I've said it before and I'll say it again -- if you're going to spend the rest of your life with someone, it's probably a good idea to make sure you have sexual chemistry first. Because if things aren't working in the bedroom -- everything else will start to fall apart too. Sex isn't everything, but then again, it kind of is.
But wait a minute -- what if Sean and Catherine plan on staying in separate rooms on this little honeymoon of theirs? Ugh. That would really suck. What's the point of a honeymoon if there's no fantasy suite involved? I mean, I guess they can always try and spice things up by getting adjoining rooms, so they can be right next to each other without sleeping in the same space -- but that will probably just make the temptation worse, and they'll both wind up frustrated and cranky. And that will ruin the whole trip, and then they'll start reevaluating their relationship because they don't travel well together, and that will be all she wrote.
Yep. My vote is for pre-wedding honeymoon sex -- for sure. If they don't go all the way on their little excursion, it may wind up being the worst mistake they ever made.
Do you think a pre-wedding honeymoon is a good idea?
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