By aireeahna - 12/02/2014 19:43 - United States - Cedar Rapids
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i didnt have an account at the time this was posted but anyway..we were rough housing and he was sorry afterwards. I have a lose jaw from a prior accident so it pops out of place fairly easy so it wasnt a big deal. We didnt break up for those of you who suggested that we should have..everything is fine now thanks
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deserves better? She is not smart enough to realize it's not his swim team he doesn't want seeing the hickey, It's the other girlfriend. YDI- Off, pure idiot principal.
Ridiculously insecure! One my ex's had a little "problem" with sucking on my neck, and the hickey would look more like a giant bruise 3 inches long, 3 inches wide. I sported that shit like a battle scar, haha. If your boyfriend gives hickeys, he better be ready to deal with one on his own body as well. Fuck, it wasn't even noticeable unless he had his shirt off.
Why would he be worried about his swim team finding out hes getting his willy wet? This sounds kind of fishy and makes me wonder if there's another girl he's worried about..
How about the fact that in order to cause any damage at all OP would have to be latched on tighter than a tick refusing to let go. That level of force necessary to mark her territory speaks only of her abusive and controlling nature.
#58 I gotta ask where you get that knowledge from? Because for me in college football and baseball and now in rugby as an adult dudes still show off their love bites. Im talking 43 year old men who are happily married coming in being like "yeah me and wifey had a great one this weekend!! Check these out!" A locker room is a much different world from work or everyday life. You can try to hide hickeys from your teammates but it's much better to embrace it, show it off, and ask why they don't have any.
I have a strict no hickeys around the neck rule because I'll get in trouble at work, and I once gave my boyfriend three or four on his neck (he reaaaaaally enjoys them) and he got a ton of (not necessarily bad) crap from his own coworkers, friends, family, etc. It may just be because it looks unprofessional, though I think that if anything his swim team buddies would be more like the type to be happy that he's getting some. Hopefully it's just because he may have had a bad experience in the past (such as being ridiculed for it) and not it being another girl. I am curious how one would give a guy a hickey on his chest unless there is substantial meat there. My boyfriend is skinny and I have difficulty even getting a good grip on his neck. I'll have to try it out sometime. :P But he and I have a mutual understanding that visible hickeys are bad, despite us both being teens and me still being in high school (he's only a year ahead of me, don't worry).
#12 I'm so glad you said that, I absolutely despise women who think's it's ok to hit guys, but would be the first to scream abuse if a guy hit her. As far as i'm concerned 'if you can't take it don't dish it out' applies in more than one context. If i'm gonna go as far as to hit a guy I damn well better accept that he's within rights to retaliate, whether or not he would. Categorizing 'abuse' should go both ways.
#9 you are an idiot. this is the very thing that annoys the hell out of me when it comes to women's rights. woman in the work place wants equal pay and opportunities, same woman that night expects her date to pay for everything. why shouldnt a guy hit a girl. If I hit my boyfriend for any reason other than him endangering my kids or myself, then I sure as hell would be expecting him to hit me back. there is no right reason to hit someone, except defense and that goes for men and women.