Discussion in 'General' started by penryn 2 hertz, 17 Sep 2011.
I raise you a Gorilla...
I had sex quite early on in my last relationship, that was because we both knew it wouldn't last long anyway, as she lives in the USA and I live in England. But it ended on a good note, which was weird lol.
I was for a while, then decided it wasn't for me. It was a difficult decision, but it just seemed like the right thing to do at the time and I've few regrets.
what is with the multiple levels
i am a virgin
Sex can be friggin awesome the first time, just got to find the right lady/man! (delete as applicable).
I read it without the slash so just
"Just got to find the right ladyman"
Lost at 15, looking back at 20 it was probably too early both in life and in my relationship at the time. Oh well, lessons learned and at least I've never had to deal with silly V-card woes.
I am Married so "yes.....yes i am"
Amelie has your ears ... or maybe i just glued replicates on to make it seem convincing ... Hmmmm not quite sure
No I'm not, albeit only just. I lost it about 6 months ago at 29 to what appears to be the love of my life. I'm glad I waited, it was a little awkward at first but I soon got the hang of it
To anyone worried about not being able to find anyone, I think the saying that it happens when you least expect it is true (certainly in my case), I basically worried about it until I was 28 then decided I didn't care anymore and got comfortable being alone; then it happened. Just relax a bit and stop looking and it will find you.
Sex is great, have it as early and often as you can with someone you love.
Sex is just sex. As enjoyable as it is, don't build up into something it isn't.
My advice to those still waiting - when you're out on the town, just go and enjoy yourself, and don't be afraid to strike up a casual conversation with anyone. Throw away the agenda - women can sense it as readily and dogs can sense fear.
It'll happen when it happens, usually when you least expect it.
I think this has run its course now, there's no point rehashing the same old advice again and again.
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