Michelle

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  • in reply to: How to introduce sex toys without scaring boyfriend? #40962

    Michelle
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    Now if your sex life is great, there must be some communication in there. So you just need to find the right time and I’m thinking right after intercourse, when the two of you catch your breath? :p
    Say sth like “It was awesome! So awesome that I’d take you for one more round… You know what, I’m thinking of something very, very, very naughty… I could play with you all night long… What would you say if we were to buy some toys…?” Watch out for his reaction and if he gets excited, you can give the details you want. If it’s not the reaction you were expecting, you can switch it to a romantic script and say you want to buy candles and rose petals and massage oils. Hope you’ll go for the first option 😀

    in reply to: Finding love passed 40 #40959

    Michelle
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    I’m close to hit 30s and luckily far from having such worries, for now 😮 But I would say that as years go by some new challenges come with dating. I’ve read somewhere that men usually look for women younger with 2-4 years than they are and this is an issue as well. But I would sincerely advice your friend to never stop looking for love. It’s clear it won’t come precisely when you want it or expect it most, but the best thing you can do as a woman, regardless your age, is to live your life the best you can. It will make you happy, sociable, active and attractive and men will notice you sooner or later 😀

    in reply to: Do You Support Same-Sex Marriages? #40951

    Michelle
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    Don’t know too much Bible or law either, but Obama’s moved seemed to me more like a step towards his future campaign than towards equality in the US 😀
    Anyway, I’d say that same-sex marriages should be legalized… Not legalizing them does not stop people of same sex from falling in love or starting relationships so what’s the point?

    in reply to: How Long Were You Together Before You Moved In? #40950

    Michelle
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    I’ve moved with my bf after about an year of relationship. But I’m guessing it’s no rule for it, it just depends on how things are going between the two of you. What did you mean by “things are going really wrong”? It seems to me that it’s not the time to make this step. I’m sure you can find anything else without having to get stuck in the same house with someone you don’t know if you still want in your life or for how long you want him….

    in reply to: What’s The Best Contraceptive Method? #40948

    Michelle
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    Lol, the best contraceptive method is to not have sex at all 😀 But since it’s impossible, I would go for the condom. No worries that I forgot to take it or buy it – if he wants some action at least provide the basics :p


    Michelle
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    This is from my worsts: “I’ve got a condom with your name on it”… I was something like “Yea? And why are you telling me?”.
    Still can’t imagine how would anyone hope to score points like that

    in reply to: Is It Possible To Meet Decent People At Clubs? #40946

    Michelle
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    I guess if he’s not up there dancing on those huge speakers or if he’s not in the middle of the dance floor with a dozen of chicks hanging around his neck, there is still a chance. If you are into clubbing, you will find decent people in clubs. But if clubbing is not your thing, why look for a partner in there?

    in reply to: Have You Ever Fallen In Love Over The Internet? #40945

    Michelle
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    I did 😀 A few years ago I met a great guy who unfortunately was a few hundred kilometers away from me. Same country, yet far far away. We seemed to connect so well that we were chatting days and nights, we were sending messages on the phone and listened to music in the same time writing each other the lyrics. It was so mushy that it couldn’t have been anything else but falling in love. And we ended up abruptly when he offered to come see me. The reason? I was afraid that he was so great and I won’t resist to a long distance relationship with someone I want on a very short distance from me :p
    It was very special yet I do not regret ending it.

    in reply to: Would You Marry Someone Who Is Sinking In Debt? #40944

    Michelle
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    Neither do I! I guess it is said “for better or for worse, for richer or for poorer” instead of “for worse or for better, for poorer or for richer” for a good reason: a marriage is supposed to start great and be maintained even when it turns less great. What’s the point in throwing yourself into a nightmare from the very beginning? As much as I would love him, the fact that he is in thousands of dollars in debt is a serious concern to me. So no, I would not marry him.

    in reply to: What’s Your Opinion Of The Guy Who Married His Sex Doll? #40943

    Michelle
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    I just can’t tell whether it’s cowardice and convenience in choosing a doll instead of going for a real woman or if it’s just total frustration from being rejected by all women you’ve liked and hoped to be with.
    Lol, i’m getting new thoughts – if all women reject you, why not become gay instead of being naughty with a doll? Is having sex with a doll less awkward than with a man?
    It has to be something seriously wrong with these guys – emotionally – to bond like that with a puppet.


    Michelle
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    Possible, but not recommended. Insecurity leads us to making all sorts of stupid or just unpleasant things and makes frustration build up in time. He will keep feeling bad about your success and you will either feel bad about him feeling bad or just annoyed of his attitude. Either way, there’s nothing good to come out of here on long term.

    I think that coping with insecurity is something you mostly do on your own and with some support from outside. I see no way of turning an insecure guy into a secure man. If you are successful and you have chosen him, less successful. If you stay with him, tell him how much you like or love him and why do you need him and do nothing to make him feel inferior to you, yet he is still insecure, what else can you do?

    Kick his ass and make sure you’re letting him know: I’m breaking up with you because I’m EXHAUSTED of trying to prove you that you are everything I want and need and I like you just the way you are.

    in reply to: Traits We Love Are Also Traits We End Up Hating #40941

    Michelle
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    So true and still, so hard to understand when you’re seeing things from outside.

    You’ve just made me remember of an ex that used to play the guitar – it was one of the things I liked most about him, back then when I could have used more wisdom :p All of my friends were thrilled of my new date and I loved him singing me songs but I started to hate it when realizing all he was doing was playing the guitar. He thought about teaching me too, so we could share the passion and when I actually learned a few things enough to play the songs that I liked we started to fight because he was insisting on me to play new songs or just to sing with him when I wasn’t in the mood.
    Long story short, while everyone was envying me for it, I didn’t know how to take that guitar and its carrier out of my life. Needless to say, I eventually did it 😀


    Michelle
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    I always thought that a relationship gets serious from the point when the two involved know each other very well and are confident enough to share pretty much everything. If sexual fantasies are not on the safe to share chapter, than that relationship is probably not that serious 😀

    You can’t break up with me because I felt all right to tell you how much I would love being spanked during sex (to be clear, it’s just a wacky example :p). If you’re serious about our relationship, you either spank me when I ask you to – lol – and even if it doesn’t make you too comfortable – or you find an even sexier way to get what you think it’s crap out of my mind and replace my crazy fantasy with another one. Fair enough?

    in reply to: Do You Support Homosexual Couples Adopting Kids? #40938

    Michelle
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    I’m TOTALLY against same-sex adoptions! I don’t find same-sex marriages normal, but I agree if two persons believe it’s right for them to proceed. I also assume that such persons will be more opened to their children sexual orientation – meaning it’s more possible for them to accept having a straight kid than for a normal family to accept having a gay one :p

    BUT, I still think it’s normal and healthier to start straight and then shift direction if you feel the need. Maybe it’s just a preconception of mine, I can’t help it.

    in reply to: Are Open Relationships Healthy? #40937

    Michelle
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    So it happens that I’m currently trying one 😀 Not sure how healthy it is, but it’s definitely more exciting, with extra fun and everything is more relaxed between me and my bf.

    It’s like hey, where are you going out this week-end and with whom?
    I’m just hanging out with X and Y.
    Want me to join you?
    Oh, there’s no need.
    K, see ya tomorrow then.

    So far it works for us 😎

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