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By McKenna / Saturday 16 July 2011 04:10 / United States
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By  disneydork96  |  0

Maybe he's trying to tell you something O.o

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  disneydork96  |  0

yeah that's kinda what I was going for in my comment.

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  fthislyfe  |  22

If he's not gay, he might have some sexual problems. I don't need to do something to make my boyfriend get intimate! actually he's always intimate. It's really annoying though, we barely talk :D

By  JosephJ93  |  0

maybe he thought they were from his mom

By  swittig  |  0

Nothing's to kinky for me! giggity giggity

By  DjeePee  |  24

I think it's very strange if a girl needs to turn her boyfriend always on, normally it's the other way round. It's not impossible, but still, a guy who doesn't like dirty texts and sex? If your partner (boy-or girlfriend) doesn't like to get intimate with you, there's something wrong. The first thing I thought was 'maybe he's a homosexual who has a heterosexual relationship to keep up appearance'. Things like that happens. But hey, it might even be not that serious, just talk to him. Forcing someone to have sex isn't a bright idea.

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  chimpsndip  |  0

27-I actual got a little pissed off when she started throwing around heterosexual and homosexual instead if just saying gay.

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  Symmetry88  |  0

she really did fail with this comment. she tried to go all out and be intelligent, but she's being rather stupid and offensive. it's a three letter word. G-A-Y one meaning. NOT INTERESTED IN GIRLS. which means, OP sucks at this stuff and chooses wrong guys. fuck her life. the gay Dude that refused sex can go die in a jumpsuit.

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  Mach10  |  0

Texting is a lame subform of communication. It's indirect, dispassionate, and abbreviated. This generational addiction to it is creating a population of severely socially retarded idiots with only the vaguest notion of interpersonal skills. This FML is a perfect example. Not liking dirty texts doesn't make you gay. But an over dependance on cell phones does suggest that you are incapable of dealing with direct conflict or intimacy. Put the phone down, and get out and interact with someone, quick!

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  DjeePee  |  24

Why am I stupid and offensive? If I just said 'maybe he's gay', chances are big my comment would immediately be thumbed down because some people would find it offensive. I tried to avoid that, also because he might not be gay, he might be asexual/not attracked to the OP/have had bad experiences with sex in his youth...It's stupid to think 'being gay' is the only explanation for his behaviour. Besides, I rather think you're A) stupid because you gave a wrong definition of homosexuality and reacted with a meaningless comment to the person who corrected you and B) offensive because you tell that guy can 'die in a jumpsuit'. Seriously? And yeah, this comment is way too long for the average FML user. Tüt mir leid.

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  be123  |  5

no being "gay" does not apply to females so actually it does mean not interested in girls...

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  Petunia888  |  13

Who said anything about forcing anyone to have sex? Yes, OP clearly hasn't perfected the art of sexting yet. That was the guy's feedback. He could be gay, although it's unlikely. So why do we need to define what "gay" means? Do you people not have Google??

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Hey 36, the word gay has two meanings. One is being happy and the second is being attracted to the same sex. Passing up sex does not make you gay, you probably never had a bf/gf (I didn't care to look up your gender), it makes you sound desprerate for sex. I have a girlfriend and I sometimes pass on sex when I'm not in the mood or feeling sick. Maybe OP said "I wanna do fisting" would that turn you on? of course it will because your desperate.

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  wowfmlaccfail  |  0

djpee or whatever, all you must do with ur life is comment advice to people to make urself feel important. shut the hell up with ur long messages what are you trying to gain from it

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  Autocorrect  |  0

Your partner not wanting to get intimate does not always mean there's a problem. For example, I'm a heteroromantic, I would never want to. Doesn't mean I love my partner less.

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Actually in committed long term relationships (even in the first few years) sexual desire "problems" are totally normal and healthy. It doesn't mean anything's wrong, and actually means everything's right. We obviously don't know anything about their relationship (how long they've been together, etc.), so we can't say if theres's something wrong or not.

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  mmccombs13  |  0

I love reading these comments cause it's the same god damn argument over and over! gay: attracted to the same sex. something's wrong with you OP, gay: attracted to the same sex...k shit I got it. enough!

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  kaykay20  |  0

Well not everyone is horny at the same time so don't see how their could be something wrong with trying to turn someone on the day before. Absolutely nothing wrong with teasing to get a person in the mood though in this case he found it to be "ew" so she probably said something he didn't find a turn on.

By  PeachyJinx  |  7

Lmao! Omg ily

By  Livinia  |  11

Be glad you didn't accidentally send the texts to anyone else. I hope you can find someone who you won't have to try and turn on a whole day before, and someone who cares about you. (:

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  fthku  |  13

Un-friggin-believable. This comment would almost certainly be -521 votes if OP was a guy. That's right, -521. I don't know what OP wrote, but if he's her boyfriend he should really have phrased it differently. I know I'd hate to hear an "ew" from my fiancee if I was trying to tease herturn her onwhatever. It doesn't, however, mean he's gay. I really can't understand how people (who seriously suggest it) reach that conclusion. He turns her down one time = he's gay?

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