It’s that time of the year again – you are planning that big trip to visit the folks. However, no matter if you are visiting his parents, or if you are visiting yours, there are some important things you need to know. When you go back home with your significant other, you need to switch back into a different mode – you need to be, ahem, quieter than you usually are and you need to have some tact, especially if your parents or his parents are a little on the conservative side. Here are five things to know when visiting the parents.
1. Always be down for anything. There is a good chance that your trip back home will be miserable if you don’t just go with the flow. It is important for your significant other to be down with the cause as well. When it comes down to it, you don’t want to get fussy – even when your parents want to go to church, to a boring movie, or play some silly games.2. Always keep it down in the bedroom. There is a good chance that you and your significant other will be retiring to the bedroom, but it can be hard to keep yourselves back from getting it on – even if you are in your old bedroom with all your old posters staring back down at you disapprovingly. Well, if you don’t want it to be awkward in the morning, be sure to bite a pillow.
3. Always bring a very quiet vibrator or a toy that doesn’t make any noise at all. If you want to bring an erotic tool with you, you need to make sure that it doesn’t buzz too loudly, because that may be a little embarrassing. If you and your significant other use erotic toys, make sure that you don’t make it obvious – at least to the rest of the world.
4. Always plan your conversations. Parents always seem to have a knack for bring up incredibly awkward, weird, embarrassing, and cringe-worthy memories when you bring your significant other home. If you want to avoid these conversations from coming up in the first place, always have a deflector conversation. As soon as you can tell where your folks are going with a conversation, you can shoot it down with a boring work story.
5. Always have an escape route. When you are heading home for a visit, you need to have a way out. If things get a little too hot in the kitchen, you want to make sure that there is a hotel, or other accommodations, where you can stay in the instance that things get a little too weird.
So, whether you are visiting your significant other’s folks or yours, keep these little tid bits in mind. Your guide to surviving the visit starts with being able to withstand the first few moments at your parent’s house – in your old home town. Also, be sure to relax – it will only be a couple of days.