K-Y Yours + Mine Couples Lubricant Creates the Ultimate Sexual Pleasure For Both

Feb 01, 2011
Want to give your beloved one something special on this Valentine's Day? The lubricants designed for two will rekindle the flame in your relationships and give you explosive sensations.

K-Y Yours + Mine Couples Lubricant that was developed by the well-known brand claims to give couples sexual pleasure they never experienced before. It actually comes as two lubricants for him and for her that give different sensations and when combined offer the ultimate bliss. The blue lubricant is applied to him for invigorating sensation and the purple one to her for thrilling sensation. When the two lubricants mix during sex it creates an exciting sensation.

If you wonder what kind of sensation results from using this product, the company says that it depends on a couple and their personal experience. The K-Y Yours + Mine Couples Lubricant was tested on couples and most of them said that it made their sexual experience more fun and playful, increased arousal and helped them communicate better.

Both lubricants are safe to use with latex condoms. And a note for men: use it on the outside and inside of the condom for ultimate pleasure.


May 23, 2012 07:17 PM » posted by: Pss
I am aim, which is just a typo, no biggie. And there sholud be a comma after psychology. I think the final sentence would sound more complete with the word extent at the end, but that's just personal preference. The way you have it isn't wrong, of course, but I just thought I'd put it out there to see what you think.In the second paragraph, I think it sholud be adolescents who instead of adolescents that since you're talking about people instead of objects. I have worked in a residential treatment facility with adolescents [who] have behavioral [or?] emotional problems, [children who, as victims of domestic violence, are] abused [or] neglected, and [I have worked in an] outpatient setting with families in crises. Here I've added a few suggestions to clarify what you're saying a bit. I changed a few and's to or's, but since I don't know the situation, I can only guess that the two scenarios that you paired together aren't always linked, but of course you would know that better than I would. My changes are only suggestions anyway; take them as you will. You use the word adolescent four times in the six sentences in your second paragraph you might want to consider changing one or two of them to the individual or the child. I became interested in working in therapy [when?] I experienced a family member [who] needed therapy for depression. My brother had been struggling with depression for a long time[, and he] made the choice to seek professional help for his [illness]. Depression was genetic in our family, so [the rest of] our family [received therapy as well]. Through years of counseling and therapy, my brother and [other family members] benefited [ ] because we were able to heal at the same time. I understand the issues [firsthand] that can result from depression. I know that through therapy, people can make life[-]long changes by looking at their lives and setting goals. I believe that each client has the capacity to make positive decision[-]making [ ] choices [needed to live] a more fulfilling life. I would like to be there for my future clients to help lead( >guide) them to a road of personal growth[,] recovery[,] healing, [and] self-improvement. I am fully committed and determined to advocate for clients facing issues such as family conflict, depression, and substance abuse. I believe that every client, given the proper guidance, can find [his or her (this time the word "client" is singular)] path to personal success. I am eager and dedicated to learn the techniques and approaches that are used to help families, children, and individuals resolve their issues. For this reason, I would be a good candidate for the Marriage and Family Therapy program. I realize that graduate school can be quite challenging, but I am determined to be a good student to learn about psychology[, which] will prepare me for a career in Marriage and Family Therapy.I really like your conclusion, and I think that this is a really good piece. Like I said, the changes that I've made are just suggestions, so do with them what you will.Good luck!

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