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Thrice 04-08-2009 12:39 AM

Well in my sexual world theres 2 different kinds of women.

-The jump off in which there is no emotional attachment to, so let the sexual requests fly.

-The wifey in which things should be kept a bit more conservative in the sack.

But on the other hand it does seem that I would marry up the perfect combo...

well i guess i could have summed this all up into.

'A lady on the street and a freak in the bed'

Had I been sober and written this it would be non existant because I rode the train of thought and lost all concentration and actually have no effin idea what Im trying to say anymore. Some one pick this up and roll.

Freebase Dali 04-08-2009 12:47 AM

^^^ You have just been accepted as a septic pool truck transport assistant.

mr dave 04-08-2009 02:08 AM

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Originally Posted by Veridical Fiction (Post 632170)
I don't like starfish girls.
I mean, I don't expect a woman to ruin the paint on the walls with scratch marks and eat holes in my pillows.. but if I feel like I'm fvcking a corpse, obviously it's a turn off.

yes, absolutely. the worse is when they're aggressive during foreplay and then turn into a starfish once they hit the mattress.

as for the complaints other posters had about guys not being assertive enough i think it's a reflection of the sexism in the legal system and how it can be abused. i know for myself back in high school in the 90s any guy being sexually aggressive in any fashion resulted in cries of rape and harassment.

i am NOT condoning rape or abuse, but at the same time if some girl gets herself all liquored up and then sluts out a bit then feels shame in the morning and turns around and charges the dude she picked up with rape then his reputation is destroyed even if the charges get dropped. once the word hits the street the stigma is on you regardless of how it plays out.

so yeah, women need to get used to the idea that more and more 'good' guys will not be making the first move.


also, never EVER do it with a co-worker. EVER. if you don't poop where you sleep then you don't **** where you work.

Janszoon 04-08-2009 02:12 AM

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Originally Posted by mr dave (Post 632322)
also, never EVER do it with a co-worker. EVER. if you don't poop where you sleep then you don't **** where you work.

Haha. Seconded. I got involved with a coworker once who was also sort of one of my bosses. It's a bad scene that should be avoided at all costs.

shoegazer 04-08-2009 03:12 AM

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Originally Posted by Veridical Fiction (Post 632155)
Either that or the thread will be filled with rubbish tales by all the 17 year old kids lurking around.

Does that mean I can't add anything?

pourmeanother 04-08-2009 03:18 AM

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Originally Posted by mr dave (Post 632322)
at the same time if some girl gets herself all liquored up and then sluts out a bit then feels shame in the morning and turns around and charges the dude she picked up with rape then his reputation is destroyed even if the charges get dropped.

Duke Lacrosse.

jackhammer 04-08-2009 04:35 AM

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Originally Posted by Vanilla (Post 632262)
:laughing:

My flatmates are gonna start thinking I'm a freaking weirdo I'm always laughing to myself in my room.



Do you actually think most girls will say what they really want? It can be really daunting telling a guy to do something different in case they get really offended or think you are weird/sick. Some of my dark fantasy's I think would be too much for most people.

When will women realise that this is EXACTLY what men want them to do? A sexually confident woman is a fantastic turn on. Although some of you youngsters should not be reading this :D

shoegazer 04-08-2009 04:39 AM

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Originally Posted by jackhammer (Post 632368)
When will women realise that this is EXACTLY what men want them to do? A sexually confident woman is a fantastic turn on. Although some of you youngsters should not be reading this :D

Hahaha:rofl:. Right..

jackhammer 04-08-2009 04:42 AM

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Originally Posted by shoegazer (Post 632369)
Hahaha:rofl:. Right..

Yeah I could just delete it and read it myself :D

shoegazer 04-08-2009 04:51 AM

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Originally Posted by jackhammer (Post 632371)
Yeah I could just delete it and read it myself :D

You misinterpreted my right..It wasn't intended in a smart-ass kind of way.


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