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By MIB thingy please... - / Thursday 5 February 2015 01:21 / United States - Oregon City
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  mightycocoman  |  12

A romantic what? (don't downvote me)

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  LaurenRoxsU  |  9

@62, Damn straight. Fight the power!! (And downvotewhentoldnottowith6.99$processing&handling)

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  Dumb_dude  |  35

#23 I guess it was too hard for him to say in a romantic manner 'I want to feel the of the outside of my penis touch a condom as it touches the inside of your vagina'.

By  tbro47  |  22

There's a time and place for everything. The real question here is are you actually dating because if he's not your boyfriend and this was just a date then that's much too soon to start creepily whispering sexual comments within earshot of the parents.

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  tbro47  |  22

It can be exciting under the right circumstances such as if they're nearby but if you whisper low enough they won't hear it adds that thrill of possibly getting caught. Not everyone enjoys that little spike of fear though so you really have to know the other person well. What he said though would never be considered "sexy" under any circumstance

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  thisguy22  |  33

I can understand the thrill of getting caught being arousing with some situations, such as playing in public, etc. But involving your parents in your sex life is pretty fucked up.

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  tbro47  |  22

Who said anything about "involving"them in their sex life. I just mentioned that they might be in the same room while sexual comments were whispered not that they'd hear and be a part of the conversation

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  thisguy22  |  33

You're involving them by getting aroused by their presence. They do not actually have to be physically involved and yet they are still part of your foreplay.

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