Turkey Day Ritual
A ritual in 5 parts.
Setup: Make Thanksgiving plans. This is crucial, because you might have to modify the ritual a bit in order to use it. Step 4 is the only requirement that is time-bound, and it must be followed.1. Good food, wine, and conversation.
Make a point at Thanksgiving dinner or to a friend that you know is wrong. Make a strong case for it, and describe the benefits of your particular view in depth. When called on it, smile, blush (if you can manage it), and admit you were wrong. Then declare the person who called you on it the Grand High Poobah of Turkey-Table Wisdom, and offer them something half-eaten off your plate as a prize.2. Revelations.
Tell everyone something about you that is true, but that you've been afraid to say for a long time. We all have something, so out it!3. Frustration.
Pass on something that you usually enjoy doing. If you usually play a game or do something active say you ate too much turkey; if you usually fall asleep on the couch watching football, do the dishes instead. Another option is to make up some excuse and have to leave immediately. If you usually leave immediately, you should stay and chat with Aunt Agnes about the colour pink and how it would look in your son's room. The point is to do something you hate to do.4. A really good orgasm.
Time: 9:45 PM EST5. Afterglow.
Bask in the warmth of the orgasm, and simply listen for Eris' voice. Believe me, She'll talk to you. You can go on to have more orgasms if you so choose, but make sure you listen for Her.Cleanup:
Flush the evidence, and write everything down. Every detail, from what major lie you told at the dinner table, to what food you offered as a prize, to what it felt like when you orgasmed. Most importantly, write down what Eris said.