A special painting "kit" allows you to create art while engaging in sex.
The newest trend in do-it-yourself art uses one part intimacy, one part romance and one part specially-formulated non-toxic, washable paint.
Artist Jeremy Brown's at-home kit allows couples to create a one of a kind abstract painting while making love - and rolling around naked on a non-allergenic cotton canvas, in dollops of paint.
Once completed, the painting can be stretched, framed and hung on the wall - a testament and reminder of the love that was shared.
The concept would probably make a good game show, with contestants being asked to identify what sort of sex/grouping was represented by the painting, e.g., gay couple, straight couple, orgy, barnyard animals, etc.
And, of course, you could customise your colors to represent the type of sex engaged in: red for deflowering virgins and sex with a menstruating woman, brown for anal sex, etc (I apologize for being coarse).
Of course, for nymphomaniacs and satyrs, you'd need to carefully label the paintings to remember the event in question, thus the blog post title.