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My exgirlfriend's pussy/cum literally tasted sweet. Like there was literal sugar in it or something. First time I tasted it, I really didn't want to go down on her - but when I did I was convinced she had put candy up there or something. Really!
She was also my first ever girlfriend, obviously. I would eat a dessertmade with that stuff, easily. It would win awards. Goddamn. God, it was actively delicious. Never tasted anything else like it.
Anyway, and I just started dating a new girl. Our first time was yesterday - was totally excited to give her head - I really missed the taste. I told her this, got her very excited, all my dirty talk centered around it, pretty much. Foreplay, when we made out, every word I said was about this. Finally got to the point where my face was down there: I could see how wet she was before I even did anything. My mouth was watering, went in whole face forward, just ready to drink the stuff, smear it all over. Then I tasted her- and she tasted like some kind of metal. Or even sour.... No sweetness at all. Almost bleach-y. I pulled my face out immediately, and actually made a face.
No sex, obviously, relationship in major jeopardy now, but, dude.... I was totally blindsided..... Is a pussy that tastes sweet such a strange thing? How hard will it be to find another girl with one? Iam seriously heart broken and dissillusioned right now. How can I taste tha again?
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so I let my GF fuck another guy last night
she went to a club on a boat and kissed and then fucked some guy she went with (she had been physical with him a couple of weeks before)
3 years 6 months relationship. We've been talking about opening our sexuality outside our relationship for a long while, so finally we're making some steps into it.
I won't say I'm not upset, but I know it's the healthiest thing and I really love her to take away something she wants. I also encouraged her to do it because, it would feel forever like unfinished bussiness.
She says she's ok if I do it too. In fact, she will now feel guilty and encourage me to do the same, wich I know I won't in the near future.
Wat do /adv/? right now I don't feel like spooning her in a long nap and having romance with her, but I want to know every detail of her last night
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If a girl keeps on cancelling plans to hang out one on one, does that mean she isnt interested?
Note that she is the one initiating the plans, saying "oh anon we should do something on X day" and then when the day comes she cancels because she has a "paper due" or a "family event" came up.
I really liked this girl at first, but this stuff is really starting to annoy me a lot and I'm kind of feel like a fool. If I have plans the day she wants to hang, I cancel them so we could hang, but then she bails too and I end up doing nothing at all. I just cant tell whats going on here, but I don't like it.
If she was really interested in me, she would make time wouldnt she??
The "Nice Guy" Logical Fallacy
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Women are not machines in which men dispense kindness or niceness tokens and get sex.
You are simply doing nice things because you find the woman attractive and see that as the most efficient and effective route to date her. Would you be acting the same exact "nice guy" way if she were not attractive? No. She knows it, women around you know it, and deep down you know it too.
What do you want women to do? If a man listen to woman's complain about what a douche her ex is, is she obligated to then blow that male friend to completion? And if he listens more than three different times, she has to swallow?
Nice Guys feel like they are owed a relationship. By whom, I don't know, but when a Nice Guy isn't in a relationship, he resents women who are. Their relationship choices aren't valid because they aren't with him.
Men think being nice is worthy of a major award, when in reality, it's the bare minimum to start a conversation and certainly not enough on its own to merit consideration.
Nice Guys lack empathy for women because to him (or them), they are merely objects, accessories if you will, to prove he has attained a certain respectability and desirable lifestyle.
I'm surprised these Nice Guys never think to act super Nice to people around the girl they like, such as her homely sister, or other platonic guy friends. It never occurs to them how transparent their efforts are. Other people in her life are invisible (if women) or competition (if men) to the Nice Guy. Right? Listen up, dumb fucks, nice people are nice to everyone, not just to the thing with the boobs that laughs a lot.
A "nice" guy thinks he deserves a hot chick because he does nice things while completely ignoring the millions of women who would kill for a guy who truly believes being nice is the only thing that matters.
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Okay this is probably lame but I need relationship advice you guys...
Backstory. I've been with this guy for almost two years. He moved in with me (while I was living with my parents) almost immediately after we started dating. Like literally, a week into it. Everything was great, we got along fantastically, were with each other 24/7, I became friends with his friends, etc. We fought very infrequently and would make up quickly.
I think things started getting bad a little before the 1st year anniversary. He started complaining that my sex drive didn't seem as high as it was before. (I sincerely apologized, because I honestly didn't even realize it and I promised that we would have sex more often.) But ever since then we've been fighting more and more.
Basically he's bi-polar, which I can handle as I have an anxiety disorder so I can understand personality disorders, and he also can't keep a job, which is fine because I don't care about money. But he moved in with me when I moved out into a duplex of my own, promising to pay half of rent and pay for cat food etc. because getting the cats was his idea (I'm a dog person... my dog Jax is pictured lol). Let's just say, 75% of the time he has no job because he gets fired from every job he gets in the first month. I was fine with this in the beginning, telling him he just had to get motivated and find a job he loved, but it's been 2 years (and he's been doing this since he was 16). It's getting to the point where nobody will hire him because it's obvious that he's job hopping. I on the other hand worked somewhere since I was 16 for three years and just recently got a job about a year ago as a vet tech, which I plan on keeping until I graduate vet school. I am 20 years old and I'm paying for myself, my boyfriend, two dogs and two cats on $13/hr. So I told him to leave until he could do what he promised and pay for what he promised to pay. That made everything worse.
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OK! so, i'm making a student film.
In short, it's about a depressed/unfriendly guy who unknowingly creates a physical manifestation of his conscience, and his conscience basically makes him a better person. Think Fight Club meets A Christmas Carol (inb4 unoriginal).
So yeah, i'm struggling for things for the main character to do to make him a better guy. I've got him punching some guy who tries to mug him, but it seems a bit "..eh" if that's the only thing he does. He needs to do realistic things as well.
Also the film length has to be under 10 minutes