Pillow Talk  

SpaceRangerNJ 55M
2357 posts
4/28/2006 11:08 pm

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5/3/2006 11:01 am

Pillow Talk

We've all heard the term. What does it mean to you?

Is it only romantic conversation?
Or does any conversation in bed qualify?
Are there topics that are forbidden? No talking about finances for example.

What do you say in bed?
What do you like to hear?



digdug41 49M

4/28/2006 11:45 pm

I dont know what to say to this ranger? I have had many conversations, but I think I know whatyou mean. I have had the conversations on everything basically with the wife its the only time at night we can talk with out one of the kids spazzin out on each other and calling for one of us, so yeah we do the pillow talk thing until one of us gets bored with where its going and passes out.

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SpaceRangerNJ replies on 4/30/2006 10:14 am:
I had the same belief as you that night time in bed was the best time to communicate. But the wife didn't like certain topics. So some things never got discussed. We don't discuss anything of importance. Big issue with my marriage. long story.

JazzDlight 59F

4/29/2006 3:24 am

I dont say anything in bed...I sleep alone.


SpaceRangerNJ replies on 4/30/2006 10:16 am:
I get to talk to the dogs and the cat. Yes, There is a pussy in my bed once in a while. The other pussy, um, my wife, sleeps in the guest room as you know from my blog.

caressmewell 53F

4/29/2006 6:48 am

I think that anything unpleasant or business like should stay out of the bedroom muchless the bed as it should be a place for comfort and not conflict.


SpaceRangerNJ replies on 4/30/2006 10:19 am:
Your pillow talk philosopy goes hand in hand with sleep research. The bed is for sleeping. Don't Read, watch TV, etc in bed. Only go to the bed when you are ready to sleep.
I don't know if the research said anything about sex. Maybe that should be done out of the bedroom. Oh well, gonna have to try out the other rooms and other places. lol

MaggiesWishes 59F

4/29/2006 11:29 am

Now, we should never "talk" about
what's discussed on the pillow ...
I'm sure some subjects, just POP up


SpaceRangerNJ replies on 4/30/2006 10:22 am:
Less "talk" and more action you say. And we couldn't hear the pillow talk when it is under you back anyway. It would be muffled. lol.

firestarter665 42M/39F

4/29/2006 4:18 pm

I look at pillow talk to be conversations about the day, how the kids were that day and whatever else concerns everyday life. Now if I am talking about bedroom talk, then that is all the good juicy stuff. Fantasies, dirty talk, and so on.

If I know that we are not having sex, I have my pillow talk. But, if I know that we are having sex, then pillow talk is just not acceptable and bedroom talk it is.


SpaceRangerNJ replies on 4/30/2006 10:24 am:
Nice definitions. I had always assumed that pillow talk was of the romantic nature. But I'm seeing I may have got it wrong.

Is there a course in speaking bedroom talk?

tillerbabe 55F

4/29/2006 10:52 pm

Pillow talk = sexy, romantic, giggles, tickles, naughty. He could recite the Constitution and it would make me wet....if he whispered in my ear!


SpaceRangerNJ replies on 4/30/2006 10:31 am:
*Whispers* We the people of the United States[men and women], in Order to form a more perfect Union [sexual connection], establish...

I have to agree. A woman whipering in my ear goes right through me.

Whispersoftly5 51F
15176 posts
4/30/2006 7:43 pm

I like to hear anything and everything! After intamcy both of us are so relaxed that it seems conversations just flow from one subject to another - his voice is warm, soft and comforting. I also love the giggles, holding and touching that comes with it - it's very peaceful.

Whisper...


SpaceRangerNJ replies on 5/1/2006 7:55 am:
Ya mean he doesn't fall asleep! Terrible stereotype. I always thought pillow talk was a before thing of the romantic style. I'm certainly finding out different. Horray for the blogs.

curious082385 31F
4925 posts
5/1/2006 3:48 am

I think it is any kind of talk that makes you feel close to the other person. Soft and quiet, just your voices in the dark. When it doesn't matter what you are saying, only enjoying the company and intimacy of the other person.


SpaceRangerNJ replies on 5/1/2006 7:57 am:
A very connecting experience. That's what I like. Increases the intimacy.

redlipsprincess
(Princess Lips)
51F

5/2/2006 10:42 pm

no's-
sex specifics
kids
friends
family
politics
religion
what's for dinner
laundry
work
money


yes-

all the your fantastic beautiful incredible you rock my world and I love you stuff

TTFN


SpaceRangerNJ replies on 5/3/2006 7:01 am:
A woman that knows what she wants is a good thing.

redlipsprincess
(Princess Lips)
51F

5/3/2006 8:14 am

getting it is an entirly other matter lol

TTFN


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