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By nextcontestant16 / Monday 19 November 2012 15:12 / United States
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Same thing happened to me with my gf, but with sex. What I've learned is that you do it not too long before they normally wake up, then it's pleasant. Otherwise you risk being scolded for interrupting a tired person trying to get some sleep

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  MDTeddy  |  13

If it is past 8:00Am then What is the problem? I hate sleeping through breakfast whether I eat anything or not because I would wake up and the day would be half over.

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  sens3sfailing  |  24

I don't remember stuff that I did after waking up if go back to sleep shortly after and people tell me afterwords that I said things I totally would have never said if I was completely awake.

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  spekledworf  |  17

I agree with 7. I don't mind being woken up by my boyfriend with suprise sex after I've had enough sleep, but when he does at 7am after I get home from work at 2am I am not a happy camper

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  gman90210  |  18

Ya damn right. That guy must be an idiot. I would live to have a girlfriend and to wake up with her doing that and I would be more than happy to return the pleasure

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  Bella242  |  0

Yeah! I was with a guy I would so give him a BJ to wake up to! But I'm single!),: I think BJ's are hot! I also have a Oral Fix so that also has something to do with me wanting my mouth full!(;

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  jigglypuff34  |  16

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  saIty  |  17

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By  MrWhites  |  3

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  NakMuayAdam  |  19

Although men don't have drastic periods that women do, it has been scientifically proven that men do have 'periods' at certain times of the month, where hormone levels shift and minor mood swings can occur.

By  DustyStorm  |  16

I did the same thing with the same result! I was left laying there thinking, "WTF?" Plus my ex was incredibly rude about it, almost yelled at me. Needless to say I didn't try it again. FYL indeed!

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  kyleekay  |  24

6- Similar situations have happened to me with my husband. The worst part about being rejected is that it makes me scared to ever try anything new. We can talk about things to try now, but it sucks losing the "spur of the moment" aspect during sex.

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  psuedodragon  |  23

Depending on how it's done, being woken up for sex can be annoying/upsetting. Especially if the person isn't ready to wake up yet. I jump my hubby whenever I get the chance, but the couple times he's tried to wake me up with sex I've almost broken his nose (and then not remembered any of it 'cause I was never actually awake)...

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  tygerarmy  |  35

I appreciated the few times I've been lucky enough to have this happen. But the two most recent were when I was on zero sleep after she kept me up all night and I had to wake up for work early. But unlike the OP's bf I kept my cool and didn't unnecessarily blow my top.

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  DustyStorm  |  16

Exactly! There's also a reason why he's my ex at that....no reason to be rude when I was doing what he wanted. And it was around 8am but on a Saturday so I was interrupting his sleep in time. Uggggh!

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  a563  |  3

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  kyleekay  |  24

Holy overreaction, Batman. I agree that sex shouldn't be used as a weapon, but I'm fairly certain the original commenter was at least partly joking. As for the "sexual assault" bit, are you kidding me? If the boyfriend told OP that was his fantasy, then I'm willing to bet he WANTED it to happen. I'm guessing he reacted that way because he was woken up during a deep sleep.

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  charvisioku  |  22

44: I am so, so glad you're not my SO. You sound like a nightmare. How on earth can you even suggest that doing something her boyfriend said was a fantasy of his might be 'sexual assault'? If you don't want your partner to do it, don't tell them it's your fantasy. Or at least state the fact you want it to be kept as a fantasy and not reality. Crying rape over something like this is deeply insulting to people who've actually been assaulted and scarred. Grow the fuck up. I'm so sick of people pulling the sexual assault card when it's just not the case.

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  astralvagan  |  20

44/79, are you high? When is the last time you heard of a man filing sexual assault charges because his girlfriend have him head, whether he was awake or asleep? He would be laughed out of the police station, and I'm sure several officers would have asked for her number.....

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  gracehi  |  31

Well, TECHNICALLY, it would be legally classified as sexual assault because a sleeping person can't legally consent to sexual activity of any kind. However, the law tends to be very black and white when reality is grey. OP's boyfriend shouldn't have gotten mad at her for doing something he had basically told her he would want her to do. Also, it's not as if she kept going even after he told her to stop. But he might have just overreacted because he was woken up when he was very tired and not in the mood. Some people are extremely grumpy when woken up. Still, I say FHL because she tried to do something to please her boyfriend and it backfired.

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  512bigt  |  10

you clearly dont know how dudes are. its lame the guy even half bitched about it. you dont yell at the manager a pizza hut for throwing in free bread sticks.

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  meso222  |  8

As a straight male i can safely say that unless she tried a back door type of thing there isnt really any way he can be sexually assualted... Its just part of being male, any guy that dissagrees is lying.

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