Wow, who woulda ever thought the Kardashian couple to come out swinging as having one of the longest-standing, happy, healthy, and sexy relationships would be ... Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick?! Wasn't it just a few years ago they were in Miami and Scott flipped out and Kourt called him a psycho and then they went on to openly sleep in separate beds? Okay, that was back in 2010, but still, the couple has obviously had their fair share of lows. Well, now, it seems like they're enjoying a whole new high ...
Sources tell Star the couple, who have been off and on for seven years, are acting "like horny teenagers." Ha!
The insider elaborates, "[Kourtney] brags about how Scott doesn’t stop. She said he made love to her seven times in one night. ... They’re having the time of their lives." Wow! Good for them!
Especially as parents to little Mason and Penelope doubling as busy celebs with their plates full of reality show shoots, photo ops, club appearances, managing DASH shops, and diving into swimming pools (okay, that's just Scott), it's pretty impressive that they have the get-up-and-go to get it on that much. And that they're still that hot and bothered for one another!
Not that there's any truth at all to the myth that being in a long-term relationship makes your sex life go cold, but keeping things spicy can become more challenging. Especially when you throw busy schedules and parenting into the mix, obviously! But all of those things -- plus knowing one another better than ever, having been through various life experiences together, having developed even better communication in bed and otherwise -- are what can also make for more intimacy and desire. There's a reason long-time marrieds have better sex than newlyweds!
It's not clear what's triggered this renaissance of sexytimes for Kourtney and Scott, but good for them. I love that they're proving that parenting and monogamy don't have to be sex life killers after all. Imagine that!
What do you think has fueled Kourtney and Scott's sex life?
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