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I got a new girlfriend and I have strong feelings for her and find her very attractive, I perform sexual acts on her (foreplay) and am into it, and spend hours in bed making out and playing and shit, but am completely not in the mood to have sex with her, I don't know why. I want to have sex with her, but I just don't feel it yet, I'm rock hard while we're fooling around but as soon as it comes to sex I just lose the erection, although I remain interested in her.
I've had sex successfully, numerous times before, and she is the most attractive partner I've ever had.
Also I maintain erections perfectly other times, and maintained an erection when she performed oral sex on me.
Since I've started being close to her, I haven't really had the urge to masturbate either, and I have very strong feelings for her.
What's going on? What should I do, shall I just wait it out or can I do something to fix this. I have like two days until I see her again.
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So, there's this girl I've been chatting to for a couple weeks now. She's had a boyfriend of four months, and she's neglected to mention him until recently.
She's started becoming more open with me about sex and all that shit, and she's making me a hat (Fuck yeah, knitted hats).
I'm that fucking asshole that just wants to shag her and couldn't really care less about her faggot boyfriend (Scene douchebag who's like a foot shorter than I am). She's pretty cool, though, and I wouldn't mind fucking her and being friends after.
Now, here is my question: How do I turn her?
I know she's interested (She has been since we first met a little over a month ago). She's still a bit naive and would probably be more willing to not cheat on her boyfriend, but she has potential to be a huge bitch.
How do I use that? How do I get her to see her boyfriend is a giant faggot and get her to fuck me?
>inb4 beta (I get pussy, but I've never had this kind of challenge before)
>inb4 SS + GOMAD
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I've been trying to motivate my parents to get into better shape, because they keep saying they want to lose weight, but whenever I show them exercises, they say "that's too hard for me," or something to that effect. I always say the same thing back to them: "The only thing stopping you is how much you want it. If the difficulty matters more than the rewards, then the rewards don't matter enough to you."
They always say "but we're old, so doing this stuff is really hard, and painful." I simply remind them about my knees. I have bad knees. Really bad. I'm probably going to need total knee replacement surgery by the time I'm in my 50's. I can't do squats without terrible pain in my legs. Running for more than about 10 minutes leaves me barely able to stand the next day because my knees swell up so badly. To work my quads, I have to do wall sits for nearly 20 minutes at a time. When I was losing weight, I had to use a bicycle or an elliptical, because my knees simply couldn't take the shock of running long enough to actually make a worthwhile cardio.
Despite my actual physical disadvantages, I kept going. And I'm still going. And I'm not going to stop either. Because I actually want it. Not because I "wish" for it, which is what most people do. They "wish" they had a better body. They "wish" they had six-pack abs.
Wishing for something is easy, it's like throwing a coin in a fountain and saying "I wish I will find a million dollar lottery ticket." It's a fun fantasy, but you know it won't happen." The difference is, your body goals CAN happen. It just matters how much it matters to you.