Is It Wrong?  

y2fritzdogg 36M
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5/31/2005 8:48 pm

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Is It Wrong?


Something's been bugging me the past few months.

Now I'm your typical male as in I have a surge of hormones on a daily basis. (I know 25, single and horny, so sue me.)
The thing is, I want a relationship, I want things to go nice and slow, go out on a few dates, maybe entertain the special lady in my life.
But on the flip side of the coin, my hormones are basically telling my brain. "Yo, dude, we need to see some action in the downtown district. We need to get our freak on and it's not happenin. What's up?"

So, my basic question is, is it wrong to want both?
I mean I do want a nice slow relationship with a possible future wife, but on the other hand, I'm really horny and just want no nonsense fucking?

I mean is there anyone out there in the same boat as me?

Plumpness1 48F

5/31/2005 9:31 pm

Fritz,

Many of us are in the exact same boat as you. The key is not to try to make one into the other. No matter what stories you may hear, you just can't make a one-night fuckathon into a relationship.

I believe it's too easty to get yourself into trouble when you move too quickly toward the lust-thing. It clouds your judgment (you pick up the 'wrong' hooker, etc.) so, I vote for porn!

Yes, porn. Got get yourself a juicy video, lay back and try to watch it all the way through til close to the end, then let it burst forth! Once you've handled your physical need, you can look more clearly for 'relationship' material (even 'fuckbuddy' relationship material).

But, that's just my opinion,
Plumpness1


xhey19x 31F

7/28/2005 10:41 pm

It's not wrong to want both. I think that if you're out on a date and want to pursue a relationship, but there's a feeling rising between the two of you cause you know that you like eachother and want to fuck eachother's brains out, go for it. It means you like her. haha. not a good answer.


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