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  Ashamed_Sister  |  60

Recently a few older posts have reappeared on this site. Based on the small number of old comments this might have been an "almost FML" back in 2018. The same applies to today's FML "Our secretive".

By  WeirdUS  |  29

Yeah, some stuff in porn doesn't always go so well in real life when you are in a relationship. Even if you were joking not the brightest move. It's 2017 isn't it common knowledge that in most cases it's a bad idea? Like dating your co-worker the chance for it to go well is slim.

By  juggalo2  |  10

Everybody is pounding that YDI, but in a loving and open relationship, shouldn't the guy be allowed to tell his GF what he is into? What's wrong with being open and honest about what you want? If she's not comfortable with it, that's fine. Why can't he bring up the topic?

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  mssileas  |  25

Well obviously it is NOT an open relationship.

I also don't think it would have gone over well if she told him "you know what for my birthday I want a second man to have sex with" but you know, double standards and all that.

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  JackFaire  |  23

I think he has every right to bring up the topic. "What is your opinion of threesomes" is a great way to bring up the topic and discuss it "I want a threesome" Is not.

Saying he should be able to bring up the topic has 0 bearing on "YDI" Did he say something that deeply upset her yes, does that mean his life sucks, no. If you say something there is consequences for saying something.

The way he asked was a bad way to ask. He jumped over the "let's discuss our views on this topic" straight to "I'm going to assume your views are my views"

By  Mungolikecandy  |  18

Hopefully, she rocks up one day with a well-hung stud so she can give you your birthday treat.