By Anonymous - 31/07/2012 03:36 - United States - Chicago
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Not really, I tried it to practice because I'm still a virgin and in a relationship that has been going on for a year and getting pretty intimate, and i want to make sure I know how to safely put it on and take it off when used so I am prepared for the special moment, but I hid the condom in my bedroom trash, I'm not looking to show off
It is always safer to put a condom on before making love to yourself.
Why impress people like that? If I saw the condom I would be disgusted, not impressed!
It's not that hard to pick up a girl, OP Go to the club or something.
10: Believe it or not, hooking up from random skanks at clubs doesn't sound appealing to EVERY man. I know. The idea of a guy not whoring around is APPALLING, right? 57: A majority of people who use "virgin" as an insult are...ironically enough, also virgins. Please don't write me a detailed response trying to prove me your awesome sex life with your imaginary girlfriend, it won't work. That's all for today.
#10, it can be hard to pick up girls at clubs. You have to have smooth lines, nice clothes and money to liquor them up into a stupor. If the OP wants to accomplish his goal, he can dress up as a girl and go on down to the truck stop and offer free blow jobs. He will undoubtedly be able to rid himself of his v-card.
No one cares if you're getting laid. Seriously, sex isn't something to be 'proud' of. It's something that happens when it happens. Having it won't prove yourself to anyone.
It's the importance and 'cool' factor that's placed on it these days. Example being the common "you need to get laid" and the fact that being a virgin is something that isn't exactly regarded to very highly in the Western world. Everyone wants experience in sexual intimacy. There isn't anything wrong with being a virgin or not being one, but that's what the popular opinion is.