By feeling dusty
  Today, my husband and I were about to have sex for the first time in months. We wanted to spice things up by using chocolate sauce during a blowjob, but the chocolate glued his foreskin to his penis and he cried. Safe to say the dry spell continues. FML
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I hate to say it, but you and he deserve it...it has to go in areas where it can't get inside either of you (Can cause bad infections otherwise). Before trying new things look how to properly use them. Also have fun experimenting (you need it and it can lead to more fun)

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I hate to say it, but you and he deserve it...it has to go in areas where it can't get inside either of you (Can cause bad infections otherwise). Before trying new things look how to properly use them. Also have fun experimenting (you need it and it can lead to more fun)

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  mssileas  |  25

That might be, but if using chocolate is 'spicing it up' it's safe to assume OP is a pretty vanilla person

Anything exceeding vanilla practices requires trust and a certain familiarity with the partner's body. Both of which are not given when dry spells can last for months

By  kateannobrien  |  19

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  SneezyBear  |  27

#Kateannobrien poor you, you don't have a relationship so you feel the need to dismiss other people's valid complaints - well guess what some people don't even have arms or legs. Some people are orphans and don't even have families let alone romantic relationships. Why don't you fix whatever makes you unattractive to potential partners if you can't get a date, hmm? Maybe you can start by being sympathetic to strangers who are having trouble rather than being a rude uncaring asshole.