By Christina - 29/06/2012 05:31 - United States - Aurora
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I'm sure your father would be more upset to know that you know. Better to only hear about it than actually have it done to you.
It's moments like this when the neuralyzer from Men in Black would be legit.
Wow. That may be the only thing worse than your mom telling you she and your father have a great sex life. My parents would have sex every saturday morning. I knew this because their bedroom was right next to mine. I would turn the radio up really loud so I wouldn't hear their poorly subdued...noises...but at least I knew they were still happy together. That was an awkward and disturbing experience for me, but what you learned is just...sad. Sorry OP. :(
It could always be worse, she could have explained their last intercourse in very vivid detail and finished the story off explaining how her new vibrator makes her feel more like a woman than your father ever did.
It's better to hear about them not having sex then to walk in on them having sex. You'd never un see that
A picture is worth a thousand words. Or in this case a burned in image of an event you whitenessed. but let's face it. More awkward is your mum walking in on you having sex with someone. Because shell always want to talk about it after. Or while your still in bed.
My mum happily tells me she hasn't had sex with my dad since I was conceived. I'm 16.
89, while I agree that it's rare and it won't surprise me if some or even lots (though not all) who claim to do this are actually still having sex. But some of these religions (like Hara Krishna, sorry I'm sure I botched that spelling) require you to be very devoted and as such they follow practically everything to the letter.
Get over it, OP. Your father has a legitimate health concern that already has a very detrimental effect to his own happiness and maybe so far as your parents' very marriage. Instead of feeling sorry for yourself, look for some local professionals over the Internet like sex therapists, urologists, and the like and be supportive for once.