THERE’S no denying that the absolute best part about Shrove Tuesday is tucking into a big old stacks of crepes soaked in lemon juice and sugar.
But it turns out there’s another delicious way to celebrate Pancake Day – and you can schedule it in for dessert.
The ‘Pancake’ is the delicious new way to celebrate Shrove Tuesday
The ‘Pancake’ is the ideal after-dinner sex position that will give you and your other half a sweet time.
According to Ask Men, it places your man in the driving seat so you can go along for the pleasurable ride.
Explaining the move from a bloke’s perspective, they revealed: “Start with your torso more or less vertical and her legs on your shoulders.
“Descent slowly until you’re basically folding her in half.
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“For more leverage, you can reach around her back with your arms and pull her tightly against you.”
They added that it puts your man in pretty much complete control of thrusting.
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Its main advantage is that it creates a tightness in your pelvis, so it feels great for you both.
However, bear in mind that you’ll need to be rather flexible to carry it off – and that you may only be able to enjoy it for a maximum few minutes.
It comes after we told you about the best sex positions to try according to your star sign.
If you’re an Aries, you’ll love it on top, while those who are a Taurus will be fans of the ‘Butterfly’.
In other relationship news, we told you how to fill six minutes of foreplay to ensure better sex with your partner.
We also revealed that the average British couple spends just four hours a day in the same room.