Fireworks were first invented in China, sometime around the 7th century. They were used to celebrate momentous occasions like the Chinese New Year, also known as the Spring festival. Every Friday night in the Magic Kingdom of Disneyworld, there's a spectacular show just to say enjoy the weekend.
Now, most of us live in states where fireworks are either illegal or difficult to get your hands on unless it is the Fourth of July, so it's not like we're running out and loading up the family car to announce the major achievements in our lives. Yet, we still feel the need to shout it from the rooftops, as they say.
- How do you celebrate the major accomplishments and milestones in your life? Do you announce it on your blog, call your friends and family, hit the town for a night of unadulterated fun? Or, do you prefer celebrations that are more low-key?
- What, if any, are your plans for the Fourth of July? Do you remember the first fireworks display you saw?
The English language fails to provide adequate wording for the intensity of a great, soul-shaking, body-quaking, earth-shattering orgasm. At some point, someone somewhere coined using 'fireworks' to describe the moments. Those are like the huge fireworks displays you find at the White House celebrations. Then there are orgasms that are fun and relaxing but more like a sparkler as opposed to an aerial display.
- If you were to quantify the orgasms you've had over your lifetime, would you say you've had more of the super intense orgasms or the not-so-super intense orgasms?
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