|Anonymous||# Posted on October 28, 2013 at 8:41 am|
I’ve always experienced good sex. Main reason, my mind and sense focus are on the person rather than the sex itself. And there’s no such thing as best sex. If you’re obsessed and qualify it, worry if you’re doing something wrong or expect anything, you’ll be a turnoff. The story before the actual sex is more interesting anyway, if the story isn’t moving, I’d rather do something else with my sexual energy. Feeling like a happy idiot that doesn’t realize how did that just happen is good only the first time.
“How to better your sex life.” This always struck me as ridiculous as it can possibly get. Seriously. It’s like imagining two couples hanging out and one states they have better sex than the other couple. Absolutely ridiculous. If someone wants to give advice to others like they don’t know where to put the penis, it should be “How to better your empty life”. And if you focus on your life rather than articles for desperate distractions, and start bettering it, you just might be better left having awesome sex without questioning it.
“I don’t care. I don’t want to have an argument about morals.” “I’m sure we can keep this respectable as well as interesting.”
Nothing completely respectable is ever interesting!