Not to brag, but I don't just "get there" -I have multiples. Especially after a few drinks are in me. Sometimes I wonder if women and men mentally jinx themselves -putting way too much pressure on getting there -that they can't just be in the moment. I'm sure other performance issues arise like worrying about body image and technique. You just need to let all that sexual baggage go, I think, and freely f*ck.
But that being said... I've never had to fake it. And the handful of times I've not gotten there before my man, have been because he beat me to the punch. Fortunately, he's always good about taking care of me before and after ;)
Plus, as guys get older, I find that they need to have the first one out of the way in order to last longer in round two -which I get more enjoyment out of anyways. :)
Just as South Park said: The Heart of Walmart is you, the consumers. Don't shop there. Don't support it with your money. Encourage your friends/families to do the same. They can't grow if they don't make a profit.
Walmart Super Centers are the most annoying and disgusting places in retail.
Dear What Gives?
The fact that you're going on dating sites to pick up women should give you a clue about yourself. If you're too much of a wuss to go out and meet women in real life - then any woman who interacts with you is going to seem clingy. The problem isn't them - the problem is you. Ok, and they should realize that dating sites are a waste of time because they're full of socially inept men, like yourself, and guys just looking to get laid.
The love of my life, is actually a man I was friends with for almost a decade. And once the stars aligned (he broke up with his long time gf and I was single too) and we started spending time together - we realized we were perfect together and we both can't go more than a few hours without saying something to each other, because we're that much in love and that happy with each others company. I know, it's as disgustingly sweet as it sounds - and that's coming from a non-girly-girl, who up until recently was as independent as the day is long.
My point is, sir... that you need to drop your attitude about dating and just be open minded. And for the love of God, get off of dating sites! Go out, meet people in person (you can generally weed out the legit weirdos after an hour of cocktails). Or hell, call up an old friend that's single - maybe you wrote her off too soon as "just friends." If anything, I've always felt like people should be friends first - and my intuition was right.
When you REALLY fall in love - you won't be able to go an afternoon without sharing a funny joke or asking about her day - or saying "I love you." There's no shame in that either - ask any manly man that's with the love of his life. They'll tell you the same.
My bf and I were talking back and forth every day even before our first official date - sparks fly, sir. Just embrace it. And if you're not feeling it with one girl - gracefully tell her she's a nice girl, but you're not feeling that "spark" and you're sure she'll find it with someone else too. Oh and don't do that via email or a phone. Have the decency to say it to her face - man up.
Sad to see MWS go, but Videodrome still stands (thank god) and as for Borders - well, that place was always overpriced to me for books, music, and movies. I get better deals at B&N or Amazon.
As for GD30308 - I'm laughing because I doubt you'll give up your consumerist made computer, cell phone, or flat screen TV to go live in a 3rd world country that actually lines up with the crap you're spouting. I love how people who enjoy all the comforts of modern inventions are the biggest whiners and hypocrites about it. If rare movies and books are "junk" to you - I'm guessing you're another ignorant moron that was too busy hitting the bong (while wearing your consumerist made Birkenstocks) to pay attention in school and actually learn about the world. Do me a favor and don't vote - for anything... ever.
Didn't Marta cancel some of it's routes there because not enough people used it? Hello... if the demand isn't there, don't waste our taxpayer money!
@InkyStinky - Segregation, please. I'm in Gen. Y. We don't understand this silly concept of "race" that keeps getting thrown around. The old guard needs to stop throwing that card - when it's obsolete with younger generations. There are a veritable cornucopia of people that live in Edgewood/Auburn areas, because it's 2010, not 1960. People are just people - I'm prejudiced against stupidity in general. Wasting millions of tax dollars on something we don't need... utter stupidity.
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