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Can I stop by

Can I stop by
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- “I just wanna go home and get under my cover”
- “Word! Can I join you?”
- “of course, but I am going to sleep though”
- “I am not sure if I can just sleep if I were to lay next to you”
- “your buttocks, tits and lips , hmmm they would be prime locations to touch and feel”
- “cute”
- “all that before the first date?”
- “that is the first date”

So that’s a conversation between myself and this very fascinating young lady. Now is it possible that a man would want to hit it before he takes her out on that very first date? Does it matter if we have sex before we go out on our first date?

I’ve been in that situation before and on a couple of occasions it has happened. And having had sex prior to the first date didn’t change the course of the relationship. I think it could happen to just anyone especially if we do not live near each other. For example, say I am 20-30 miles away and I happen to be in your area, my first thought would be to give you a call and ask if I can stop by. Once I stop by, because we haven’t seen each other in a while and because we’re overly attracted to each other, I am sure our hands would want to do certain things that the mind may not want to control. It’s not like I stopped by to get some, but due to the circumstances, there’s a greater chance for something to happen; whether we both wanted it or not.

Your thoughts if your thinking cap is on!

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  • Maguie
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    You are not the only 1 thinking this way in fact I think most of man want it this way specially if they don’t need the girl for something serious. I cannot see myself in bed with somebody that that I don’t spend more than a week talking to you(not only talking on the phone but face to face) at least you need to know the basic of this person’s life. Can you eat a food without cooking it? even if you go to a restaurant to buy it it got to be cook some how. And by eating that uncook food you might eat some because you are so hungry however you will not want that food next time. However it’s not best way to start a relationship.

    • Mr. Prodg
      on

      makes sense…to a certaine extent. welcome aboard Maguie

  • Jamie
    on

    I have never believed in that myself…its just not the order that things are suppose to go. But like you had mentioned, when distance separate two pple, this is something that naturally occurs unless you stop it. kind of something that I have learned

    • Mr. Prodg
      on

      have you been through that situation before Jamie?

    • Jamie
      on

      Recently I have. I think it was a good choice. Distance seperate us, so It happen naturally. We will get around to the date someday

  • Eksqwizit
    on

    Sex does not define a relationship. In fact it is best to get it out of the way. If a man sticks around after the sex, he is interested in getting to know the female but if he starts to stutter, forego calls, basically being Mr. escapist, tough to get in touch with after the sex, then it says…he was only in it for the sex or the sex was not up to his standard…

    so yes it can happen…most men see sex FIRST AND FOREMOST because they are visual beings. Although I totally respect a man who postpones the sex and takes his time in the getting to know you stage..I love a man who can control his sexual urges..now that is power in my view

    and to the second question: nah, sex before the first date is not a dealbreaker anymore…unless that man is quite judgmental but then again that would make him a hypocrite because I do believe he was involved as well hmmmm that is a whole other discussion. The hypocrisy of men when it comes to dating and how they view women, the double standards etc…

    • Mr. Prodg
      on

      i don’t think sex will ever define a relationship. it’s only a part of it and i think a lot of ppl miss that point.

    • Mr. Prodg
      on

      i am not sure the dbl standard still exist but i def agree, its very hypocritical of dudes to judge a woman based on that criteria

  • Ley'Lha
    on

    People, Men and Woman puts to much emphasis on sex in general….Does it really matter if it happens before the relationship or during it…All that should matter is how THOSE two ppl in that situation FEELS.

    • Mr. Prodg
      on

      when do you think is the right time to do it Ley’Lha? im curious to know

  • Ley'Lha
    on

    Technically There’s no wrong/right time. Its all up to the two individuals that are involve. Noone can really say, I guess you will just know for yourself when its time. Sometime one person might be ready before the other and that may cause some underlying issue(s)….I guess when both parties can live with what comes after the deed is done…No regretting, questionning or wondering what IFS…

  • kattadakitten
    on

    Interesting Convo! :-)

    Though this might have been a first date PHYSICALLY if it were to occur as scened, but this sort of a conversation isn’t one that two people can have if a certain premise has not been established prior. Emotionally, the’ve met before this convo via other forms of interactions( emails, chats, phone, txt, etc) and have had and felt some sort of a connection which I believe no matter how long or how short ago they’ve met, their first date wouldn’t fit in the conventional occurence of a 1st date.

    It actually makes more sense to me ro be EMOTIONALLY and meantally connected to someone before going to a first date anyways. I don’t believe in witholding your feelings or emotions out of fear of being labeled. If you feel then react to ut and put it into action.

    The very fact that she included the words “under my covers” in her reply is an invitation, subsconciously perhaps but still an invitation.

    My 2 cents~

  • Eks
    on

    YES YES YES sex is a part of it but when it sucks or there isn’t plenty of it to go around to one’s liking, it becomes THE focus of the ENTIRE relationship. A lot of men and few women have strayed or terminated a relationship on account of quality or frequency of sex….MOST relationships are greatly impacted by the issues of SEX and MONEY…HUGELY so :)

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