By toomuchlove - 02/08/2010 23:32 - United States
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I'm so disappointed that this story started with the phrase "milk it," and then never had any reference to titties! :( I once was making out with this girl who was sitting in my lap and she said, "I like your size." I asked, "You can tell it just from sitting on my lap?" And she said, "I meant sighs!" That's a true story.
By milking it op means that he moans way too much now that she's told him she likes it and it's gotten annoying and out of hand...not that he says "milk it" during sex... Big mistake OP, it's so much more special when your partner doesn't know and it's just natural, everytime I've made the mistake of telling my boyfriend that I particularly like some little thing he does, he inevitably starts to over do it.
Why are so many FMLs about sex? Can't people just keep it to themselves? If you disagree write a comment
64- its not being uptight, it's respecting yourself and keeping your private life private. not everyone has to know who you had sex with last night and what he/she said to you. how about some self respect guys? and to all those people who think being a virgin is something to be mocked about are just simply immature. the fact that people are saving themselves for marriage, or atleast close to it is not something to be ashamed of.
How exactly is telling people who you had sex with or discussing it disrespecting yourself? Personally i only have sex with 1 person, and that would be my girlfriend. Now, i don't go around discussing my sex life with everyone, just people i know, and i know for a fact my girlfriend talks about it with her friends. But it doesn't bother me, because i'm a much more open person than a lot of people. Now, i can respect people not wanting to talk about it, what i can't respect is people that feel the need to judge people that do talk about it, and start moaning when people talk about it. These FMLs in particular are in a specific part of this site, so if you don't want to read them, avoid the intimacy category.
I'm sorry i think you're wrong... i think everyone is goddam wrong. You're all idiots for saying 'This is disrepecting' yourself or 'This definatly isn't'. Sure, in your expereince, in your culture, enviroment it is in your opinion. For me, it really isn't. I'm in a liberal enviroment where friends will confide in friends for advice (to do with sex or not)... but in some mormon village, jsut talking about sex is disrespectful. There is no right answer when it comes to opinion.