April 1, 2023

How to Tell If Your Man is Really Interested in Making Love

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Making love is a powerful, thoughtful, and selfless act that can have an enormous impact on one’s mind, body, and soul. It reaffirms the values that both partners share in their relationship and builds an emotional connection that creates happiness for both.

The key to making love is to create a safe space in which both parties can share their deepest sexual desires. This can take a lot of planning, and the location and ambience can make all the difference in the world when it comes to creating a truly passionate experience.

If you feel like your partner is taking you to a place that’s not just about physical pleasure, but also about love making, this is a strong indicator that he’s interested in more than just sex. He may want to get to know you better, or he might be looking for a way to strengthen your bond with him.

He might be asking for your hand or holding it for you, or he might be bending over the kitchen counter to pull your hair and touch your cheeks. Those are all signs that he’s interested in more than simply sex, and it’s important to be able to recognize those things so you can make sure your man is truly serious about making love with you.

You might also notice that he’s a great listener and takes the time to understand you. These are all signs that he’s in love with you and wants to spend more time with you.

The biggest sign that he’s in love with you is if he does the little things to make you happy. He makes a point to shower, put on a sexy perfume or deodorant, and shows that he cares about you by showing up on time. He might even take you out to dinner and drinks or treat you to a massage.

Another sign that he’s in love with your guts is if he wants to know about all of the details and little sexual quirks that you have. He doesn’t want to play games with you; he wants to be completely honest with you.

He might also be a bit nervous about making love, and will try to get you to relax and enjoy the moment. If he’s a bit afraid of what could happen, this is a great sign that he’s in love with and respects your needs and feelings.

If he’s afraid that you might not like what he has to offer, this is a good sign that he’s in love with the idea of getting to know you deeper and fostering your connection with him. It also means he’s willing to give up a little control to ensure that you have the most pleasurable time together.

It’s also worth noting that if you find yourself feeling uncomfortable with what he’s doing, it’s always good to take a step back and be respectful of his feelings. That can be tough to do, but it’s worth a try!

Types of Bottles


A bottle is a vessel containing liquids such as wine, water, or beer. It may be cylindrical, ovoid, or rectangular in shape and is generally made of glass.

In addition to the bottle itself, a variety of other objects are sometimes associated with it. Examples of these objects include bottles’ handles, closures, and tassels.

Blob seal – A typically round or oval pad or disk of glass usually found on the body or shoulder (rarely the neck or base) which was impressed with a stamp while hot to form lettering or designs pertinent to the bottled product or, in earlier times (prior to the mid-19th century), the ownership of the bottle itself.

Ground finish – A surface that is dull and slightly rough and is often chipped; see the picture to the right which shows a ground bottle jar (not a bottle but one that is shaped like a bottle). It was most common on early American utility bottles and also on early American wine bottles, though used on a wide variety of other types of bottle.

Laid-on ring – A glass ring or bead that trailed around and/or was fused to the opening of a bottle, sometimes with the bead slightly below the opening or bore (White 1978). It was added to strengthen the neck or bore and was frequently seen on mid-17th through mid-19th century wine bottles as well as many other types of bottle.

Applied color label – A method of labeling, lettering, or decorating a bottle by applying a mixture of borosilicate glass and mineral or organ pigments (and other substances) with a low melting point to a bottle through a metal screen and then baking it in a furnace to form what can appear to be a “painted label.” In later years (mid-1950s), a thermoplastic wax medium was used and resulted in more versatility and durability.

Flared finish – A finish or lip that spreads outward so as to create an opening whose opening is wider at the top than any other point on the neck (White 1978). An alternate type of flared finish is a sheared finish which protrudes horizontally more than its vertical depth or thickness.

Filamented ring/scar – A ring on the base of early machine-made bottles formed when the gob of glass was severed after being drawn into the mold (White 1978). It is called a “filamented ring” because this ring typically has a ‘filament’ or’suction’ look to it.

Graphite pontil mark/scar – Collector jargon for a type of pontil mark that should more accurately be termed an iron, bare iron, or improved pontil mark or scar. It should be noted that both of these terms have been misapplied to some pontil marks in the past and should not be confused with a ‘graphite’ or ‘carbon’ pontil mark/scar.

Ejection mark – A circular mark left on the base of certain press-and-blow, automatic and semi-automatic bottle machines by a more or less centered metal rod which pushed (“ejected”) a pre-bottle out of the first parison mold so that it could be moved via the grasping ring mold to the second and final blow mold.