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When you’re the “big spoon,” you wrap your arms around your partner while you’re both lying close on your side; your stomach rests against their back. When you’re the “little spoon,” your partner wraps their arms around you and your back rests against their stomach.
Try propping yourselves up on pillows in order to allow room for your lower arm.
Do the Spoons in a Drawer. For this move, the big spoon should lie on his or her back. The little spoon should then lie on top of the big spoon’s stomach, face down. For more intimacy, try hugging each other.
big spoon (plural big spoons) (slang) The person whose front is touching the other person’s back when spooning.
The difference between Cuddle and Snuggle. When used as nouns, cuddle means a snuggle, whereas snuggle means an affectionate hug. When used as verbs, cuddle means to embrace affectionately, lie together snugly, whereas snuggle means to lie close to another person or thing, hugging or being cosy.
“Cuddling, especially with someone you like, gives you a sense of closeness and relaxed intimacy that’s difficult to find in other activities. If you feel comfortable with the other person, it kind of just let’s you relax and not have to do much physically.
Both, however, smell very good. Downy Unstopables make clothes smell amazing right out of the washer, but drying on a high heat or for an extended period of time, in my experience, tends to diminish that smell. Snuggle Boosters, on the other hand, still smell good out of the dryer.
intransitive verb. : to curl up comfortably or cozily. transitive verb. 1 : to draw close especially for comfort or in affection.
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