Tuesday, August 9, 2011

TMI Tuesday - Love & Sex

1. You have been separated from your significant other for six months. An attractive, attentive neighbor has paid you flattering attention. It is obvious he/she wishes to take the relationship further. Do you:
a. Dismiss him/her, you’re in a committed relationship.
b. Continue to flirt, but go no further.
c. Fantasize about him/her, but take care of your sexual needs solo.
d. Let the affair become physical.

By separated I'm guessing they mean distance wise.  I would do B/C at most. Though honestly after the whole Sawyer thing I may flirt a bit but even then I'd probably dismiss him because I don't want to be a cheater.  - Miranda

Possibly B and/or C. Pointless flirting isn't something I do much of but if I wasn't feeling satisfied or wanted by my boyfriend/husband then I might be more inclined to flirt purely for the ego boost. Same goes for the fantasizing - you know good old Gwyn isn't much for fantasies and daydreams but if I was feeling unsatisfied in my relationship or not turned on by my partner then I may use the sexy neighbor for inspiration. -Gwyn
Duh, D...if there is the possibility of hot, physical fun right outside of my door, I'm down! - Jules

2. A male co-worker whom you have heard is great in bed and very well endowed has been flirting with you a lot. He obviously wishes to start a relationship. Do you:
(This question is for women AND men).
a. Make it clear to him you’re not interested.
b. Flirt with him but go no further
c. Mentally undress him and wonder what he’d be like in bed.
d. Let the relationship become sexual.

Well since I'm single Miranda now I'd probably do b, c, and after a Wine Wednesday d.  Though I'd really hold off on that.  Of course I do think it's terrible to date someone you work with it would be fun for the opportunity for a little afternoon nookie at work. - Miranda
If I'm single I'd probably flirt if it had on-the-job perks. I've only slept with a co-worker once (we were dating at the time) and I dated another co-worker at a different job (we didn't sleep together). Both cases ended poorly and I regretted mixing business with pleasure. In case your curious this was during my fulfilling employment as a server - for those of you who have never had the pleasure of working as a waiter/tress let me tell you that when you go out for a lovely family dinner please know that a) your server is probably high on something b) your server is sleeping with at least one other server and probably one of the managers c) the conversation between servers during your meal is either about drugs, sex or how annoying you are. -Gwyn
Ok, you would think I would say D again, but I actually have a "don't shit where you eat" policy that I'm pretty steadfast in. So, I'm going B. By the way, I've started watching Mad Men (thanks Adam for that long ago recommendation) and I'm hooked!!! - Jules

3. Your significant other is impotent most of the time, showing little interest in you and little interest in being sexual. Do you:
a. Resign yourself to no sex.
b. Satisfy your needs with masturbation
c. Find someone who can satisfy you sexually but remain with your significant other
d. Leave him or her
D - sex is a very important part of a relationship.  If he was impotent and still showed interest in me and finding other ways to please me I'd do my best to hang in there. - Miranda
D - life is too short. I'd give him fair warning before I left, but I'd still leave. -Gwyn
Oh I've lived this...what did I do? Yep, I tried B and C but we ended with D. - Jules

4. The last time you and your mate had sex, were you:
a. Concentrating mostly on him/her, and you didn’t even orgasm
b. Thinking about your pleasure and theirs.
c. Concentrating mainly on your own pleasure.
d. Used his/her body as a tool to reach your own orgasm.
D - That and I was trying not to cry because I had a strong feeling that it was going to be the last time Coach and I had sex.  I was right. - Miranda
B - does Skype sex count? McDreamy and I did that twice on Friday night and as I was enjoying myself thoroughly I also made sure he was turned on and happy! But in all honesty I spent most of the time trying to stare at his penis without him knowing I was staring at his penis. -Gwyn
B, C, and D - Owen and I had a-w-e-s-o-m-e sex yesterday morning.  We pretty much always cover those three simultaneously, although I think he does a much better job of concentrating on my pleasure than on his own but according to him my pleasure is his as well. - Jules

5. What kind of partner do you prefer while making love or having sex?
a. Tender, loving, slow and Sweet
b. I don’t care, just do me; it’s been a while
c. Tough, take-charge, I like it a little rough
d. Any lovin’ is good lovin’
It all depends.  There's a time and a place for everything. At the end of the day though, I always prefer C - a little rough and take charge. - Miranda
C most of the time but even cold hearted Gwyn likes a little A now and then. -Gwyn
C!!! I love C, but D sometimes. - Jules

Bonus: Do you mind if your significant other ogles/checks out another sexy person? What if they comment on that person, do you mind that?
Depends on the person, the context, and the situation.  If I saw them check out a hot girl at the mall and they couldn't contain themselves, it'd annoy me. If we were watching a movie or hell even at a strip club where we were ogling together, it wouldn't bother me a bit. - Miranda
Good answer Miranda, I concur. I'm not normally the jealous type but hearing a comment about another girl (not a famous one who'd they never have a chance with) isn't something I would enjoy. -Gwyn
Agreed - it depends on the situation. If it's porn or just fantasy, whatever. You all clearly watched me come unglued last week when Gavin brought up the waitress and the possibility of checking someone out on a more tangible level was not ok with me. - Jules

1 comment:

  1. 3. Oh, it's unanimous.

    I came, I read, I enjoyed.