Tis the season to be horny

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A report came out today saying that the holiday season is prime time for making love.

Or hooking up or having sex, whatever you want to call it.

"Right before New Year's Eve is our highest sales peak," said David Johnson, group product manager for Trojan brand condoms, the leading U.S. seller.

Thank goodness people are practicing safe sex. I can see why people would have more sex during the holidays, there's a lot of liquor flowing. People are dressed to the nines and everyone is happy.

What makes you even happier is getting off. When you have an orgasm, your body releases prolactin, which makes you feel so good. And who doesn't want to feel good during the holidays? Especially if you have to deal with crazy family drama.

Besides, if you've spent your day fighting through the mall looking for a gift, the best thing for you do at home is to get some, hard and fast.

But Christmas and New Year's aren't the only holidays that see a spike in sexual activity.

Accordingly, the long July Fourth, Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends also produce spikes in condom sales, Trojan's Johnson said.

So does the run-up to Valentine's Day, he added.

Now, everyone is not lucky enough to have a lot of good holiday sex. According to HitchedMag.com, some couples suffer a holiday sex slump.

This time of year can be stressful for a number of reasons. As a result, many couples experience more of a sex slump during the holidays than any other time of year. The reasons for the slump can be a result of factors like anxiety over holiday shopping and bills, family visits and weight gain.

So, what can you do to make sure you're getting everything you need and want for Christmas?

Hitched Mag says, eat right, act like a kid and wash your booty, to make sure you and yours have a very Merry Christmas.

If that doesn't work, you can always have an affair. (Just kidding.)

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