Unsolicited marital advice:
"Hey, everybody's looking at new ways to put some spice into their marriage, right? And don't you deserve it? I mean, hey-- you're the one who has to live with her folks until you get on your feet financially. And after 3 years, it's time to diversify, right? I mean, right?!?"
Uh, sure. But how about this:
Wait 'til you sober up.
And your (extremely attractive, BTW) wife is sober.
And then consider to yourself:
"Is this really a good idea to suggest?
...With my best friend's girlfriend?
...Who's also my wife's girlfriend?
...Who's never shown any interest in me,
more less my wife,
less still my wife and me?"
You really think that'd be a real good idea?
'Cuz, I'm just sayin'-- the end results don't look good.
Personally, I'm a big fan of weighing those t i n y little benefits against the HUGE risks. And I think, if you'll do that on this occasion, you'll find that inaction would be much, much more preferable.
Because, just like bullets from a gun, "Honey, I'd like to have a three-way with your best friend" is a phrase that you'll never be able to take back.
I'm just saying, is all.