If you’re having someone over for a hook up then you have to make sure you’re presenting yourself in the best possible light. It doesn’t matter if you’re a man or a woman. If the person coming over has to step over piles of dirty laundry or breathe through their mouths because they can’t handle the smell, then you’re not going to get very far. You have to make sure that you’re fuller prepared to have a stranger over for the very first time. Here’s what you have to do and it’s going to apply to both genders.
Clean your apartment
Your first focus is on your house. You have to clean all of it. That doesn’t mean just brushing the dirty socks and nail clippings off of your bed. Take care of all the laundry and make sure the dishes are clean. You also have to clean the bathroom. The other person is going to have to use it at some point. Clean the piss of the floor and get rid of all the empty tampon wrappers. No one wants to be reminded that all humans are filthy animals that evolved out in the jungle.
Clean your body
Next up is your actual body. You have to make sure that your body is just as spotless as your house. Brush your teeth and take a shower. Scrub ever last inch. You know your balls? Scrub them. You know that grundle between your pussy and asshole? Scrub it. No one is going to want to shove their face down there if it isn’t clean enough to eat off of. Once you’ve made sure that it’s all nice, you can spread your legs or bend over without having to worry about what you’re putting the other person through.
Get your toys ready
Finally, you want to have all of your toys ready to go. They should in arms’ reach by the time the other person shows up. You’re also going to want to make sure that everything has fresh batteries in it. There’s nothing worse than having something die when you’re introducing a brand new person to it. On top of that, you also want condoms and any other prophylactic nearby. After you get all of that stuff squared away, it’s time to act like this clean lifestyle is the way you also live and that you’re not secretly dying from all of the work and cleaning fumes you’ve just inhaled.