August MacGregor

Celebrating Sensuality. Intended for mature audiences, 18 and over

Cake and Cunnilingus Day

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Woman eating cake

Happy Cake and Cunnilingus Day!

It’s the last celebration in the passionate threesome that is Valentine’s Day, Steak and Blowjob Day (March 14), and Cake and Cunnilingus Day (April 14). Each is a month apart, to give you ample opportunity for planing on how to celebrate and possibly buy gifts (or prepare tasty food).

As I did in my post on Steak and Blowjob Day, I’ll take a brief step back to allow the originators to describe the day in their own words (source is the Cake and Cunnilingus website):

“Cake and Cunnilingus Day is about celebrating female pleasure. It’s about putting our orgasms on the agenda and demanding pleasure equality! It’s about lying back and gorging on chocolate mud cake while our lover sticks his eager tongue into our pussy!”

So, yes, dear reader, this day is devoted to giving ladies their due. Their turn to have their cake, eat it, and get eaten, too.

As with the S&BJ Day website, C&C Day’s website has some nice resources for those celebrating this day:

Beyond these resources, you can pick up a delicious cake at a regular bakery. My guess is that the lucky lady won’t be disappointed that you don’t have an erotic-shaped cake. Hey, when receiving cake and oral sex, what’s not to like?

If you’d rather bake a cake yourself, you could simply make one out of box found in the wide selection at your local grocery store. You know, those kinds where you add just water, eggs, oil, and pop that sucker in the oven.

Or, to get outside of the box and make one from scratch, follow a recipe from Food Network, Epicurious, or Allrecipes.com. Loads to choose from here.

Back to tips for going down… here are some resources that offer advice and drop some knowledge on your head for improving performance:

Hope you enjoy celebrating this sexy day!

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Author: augustmacgregor

I'm a writer of erotica and romantic fiction.

One thought on “Cake and Cunnilingus Day

  1. We should celebrate this day every year (or everyday)

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