Climbing Your Sex Everest and the Different Climbs

Let me ask you a serious question; if you were to climb Mount Everest, would you do it without a harness?  

There is only one right answer to that question, and it is no. What’s interesting is that the same logical analogy can be applied in the bedroom. Your partner is your Mount Everest and Lube-d is your harness.  

Let us unpack this, shall we?  

The thought of climbing Mount Everest can be challenging and thrilling, but it is essentially a journey. In parallel, these are the same elements of being in the sheets with your partner, whether they are your forever person or a one-night experience.   

When you have committed to climbing, you’ve reached that point because you know that you can take strides (long and short) up the mountain and your harness will work with you on your terms.  

How nice is that? Something to support and enhance your every move.   

Have you put two and two together yet?  

Lube-d can give you the same liberties and security that a harness can. The kicker here is that not only are you supported, but you are bonded by viscosity…ironic, isn’t it?  

Take this as some mountain climbing life advice and apply it in the bedroom: climb high, sleep low, and wear your damn harness.  

There is one crucial thing to know and understand: no two climbs are ever the same and because of this, we thought we would build you a Go-To Guide so that you can be prepared and come correct with your appropriate harness.  

Different Lube-d for Different Climbs:  

1. Loving like a Luther Vandross  

These types of mountain climbers love making love. They take things slow, are present and enjoy the ride. For those reasons alone, we recommend that you use Banana Flavour as your ‘harness’. This flavour is for passionate lovers who will go above and beyond for their partners. Banana will allow you to be present as you take those long strides up the mountains. Maybe you’re not one to make love every time, but you can’t deny that everyone needs a little bit of banana in their life. Slow and steady wins the race with Banana. 

2. Here for a good time not a long time  

These types of climbers most likely have the phrase ‘carpe diem’ tattooed somewhere on their body. They only think about seizing the day, are not too concern about tomorrow, and are also one-night stand veterans. If this sounds like you or someone you want to be, we highly recommend Cherry Flavoured Lube-d. Cherry is feisty, likes it rough and would not be concerned about breakfast the next morning. They are independent, and know what they want and how to get it. If you are not afraid of getting down and dirty, look no further than Cherry who will support you to the peak of the mountain.  

3. After Happy Hour  

Have you ever experienced the true magic of happy hour? You go to your favourite bar with some colleagues to whine and whinge about Pam in accounts payables who takes years to get her job done, then suddenly you look over and lock eyes with someone of the unexpected. You exchange the moment of boldness. You go to take a sip of your drink and unexpectedly, it’s lost all of its taste and all you can think of are the taste of their lips and their mountain climbing abilities. Shy of 50 Shades of Grey, these mountain climbers have an ‘anything goes’ attitude. For them, we recommend our novelty flavour Fried Chicken. Fried Chicken is bold, calculated and loves the thrill of the chase. So sure, happy hour is great, but just imagine the moments of boldness after happy hour. Having Fried Chicken as your harness allows you to climb the mountain all the way to the top - only peaks, no valleys.  

Climbing is an intimate, individual experience. No two climbers will ever climb the mountain the same and if the option is there for an overall better climb: take it, use your harness. Just remember that regardless of if you are reaching the top of a mountain or reaching a climax, you do not have to do it alone. The Beatles Pro Tip: I get by with a little help from my friends. At Lube-d, we’re more than just your friend, we’re your harness.  

Keep climbing.