||[Apr. 3rd, 2014|10:40 am]
The Question Club
So you're having sex. Right in the middle of it, your partner does something disruptive. Which of these things would make you pause the lovemaking, to at least say something to your partner or get up or forcibly change positions? Your partner is on top. Anything you don't check it's assumed that you can overlook it during the fucking
Your partner is being really loud during sex. Exceptionally vocal. You're pretty sure the neighbors can hear
Your partner's breathing into your mouth, and has really stanky breath. A combination of morning breath and something onion-related that he/she had for breakfast
Your partner talks dirty to you during the sex session. Really filthy stuff. Abusive profanity, namecalling, and pretty much summarizing you as a whore
Same as above, except the dirty talk is limited to only 'take it, whore' or 'you like that, bitch'
Your partner farts, and it's a ghastly one. The stench is nauseating, and it's lingering
Based on your angle, you can see up your partner's nose, and there's a large booger. Having seen it, you can't unsee it, and you can't not look at it now
Your partner is about to sneeze. You see the recognizable jerky motions that preceed the sneeze. However, he/she is still grinding away on top of you. Your partner is about to sneeze any second now and they're right above you...
You're close to an orgasm, when your partner for some reason starts humming/whistling a Justin Bieber song
While on top, moaning or whatever, your partner splatters some saliva into your eye. Is this something you'd pause to wipe out, or do you just wipe it out, mid-hump, without missing a beat?
Either you or your partner queefs loudly. You both giggle. Two more queefs. It's a little embarrassing now. Press onward or stop and change position?
You're fooling around with an attractive person you just met. You're a little tipsy, and very horny, and so is your partner. You're someplace really secluded, and definitely aren't being watched. The girl (either you or the partner) is wearing something short and easy-access, and a condom is found on one of you. Pretty much, you're attracted to this person, you're horny, and you're not thinking much about consequences, but this is someone you met that night. What happens next? Married or committed people, pretend this was before, when you were single
Sex. Normal sex
A quickie. Even though no one knows where we are, I'm afraid someone might stumble upon us
Nothing happens. I cool it down before it gets heated up any more. I don't know this person or their sexual history.
Would you sooner trust 99Cent Store condoms (99 Cent Store is a store where nothing is over a dollar, and they have boxes of rubbers for a buck), or milk that's 2 days past the expiration date?