Still learning after all these years. Bedside water pitcher/cups. Anyone else do this???

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Still learning after all these years. Bedside water pitcher/cups. Anyone else do this???

Bignuf Bignuf
when having LONG lovemaking session, I think often it would be nice to have a sip of water. We sometimes get up, go to the sink and get some with a cupped hand (the kitchen is on the other end of the house). For a while, my wife started bringing a cup to leave on the nightstand, but it is really nice wood and would leave water marks or if she put something under the cup, it would still "sweat" and wet the wood.

We were at HOME GOODS a couple days ago, and they had a "breakfast serving tray" for coffee. A little insulated carafe, of stainless steel and two insulated cups on a neat little silver tray that was even insulated on the bottom with cork type material to not scratch surfaces.

I bought that and now fill it with ICE WATER, and keep it on the nightstand, when we know we are going to do some long, hard, playing. Even if we don't I fill it and keep it there at night. Even the following morning the water is still ice cold!!! It's wonderful.

Anyone else make provisions for bedside water or snacks when they are going to do an "all nighter" or at least an "all afternooner"???? What do YOU keep available at the bedside for "refreshment", regularly???
10/12/2011
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Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
We keep water bedside for practical reasons. I tend to take a drink at least a couple of times per night - maybe it's the dry southwest air. So when the sex gets our throats dry - we just reach for a quick refresh and move on. Nothing planned or exotic about it.
10/12/2011
EJ EJ
We keep ice water in a thermos by the bed at night as well. Surprising how often it comes in handy, even if we're not pulling an "all-nighter".
10/13/2011
caligaliber caligaliber
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Originally posted by Gunsmoke
We keep water bedside for practical reasons. I tend to take a drink at least a couple of times per night - maybe it's the dry southwest air. So when the sex gets our throats dry - we just reach for a quick refresh and move on. Nothing planned or ...
I've always used a nalgene water bottle, or something like it. And if I use ice, a coaster works well under there
10/13/2011
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
Quote:
Originally posted by caligaliber
I've always used a nalgene water bottle, or something like it. And if I use ice, a coaster works well under there
Thanks for the idea - I'll give it a try.
10/13/2011
AndroAngel AndroAngel
We always have something to drink at our bedside. We get thirsty.
10/13/2011
indiglo indiglo
A bottle of water is perfect. I have a nice stainless steel water bottle that I keep filled throughout the day but a plastic water bottle will do just as well. I take lots of pills at night, and have to stay mega-hydrated throughout the day to ward off kidney stones. I always have to have water nearby.
10/13/2011
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