Ok men. This is mainly for you. What kind of bedroom talk really gets you going and why. I had a situation where to me in my opinion what I was asked to say was not only out of character for me but derogatory. So I refused to say it. Help me out people. I'm trying to educate myself.
So of the men may be to shy to answer. lololo! Good question. I hope you receive many responses.
oh you know the old saying.."a lady in the kitchen and a *hore in the bedroom"....
That's why most women prefer nookie with the lights off... so the men cant see us roll our eyes.
Oh yes baby, you are the best ever
I really hope they're not shy...I need answers ...of course a lady in the streets and a freak in the sheets ...I can say baby you're the best...but it's the crazy stuff that turns me off.
Talking out of character in the bedroom is just part of creating a fantasy where the partner is just a stand in for some imaginary figure - personally I have never felt the need to talk dirty and imagine that my partner was somebody else.
The required "oh baby that is so good" response is ego food, I prefer my partner to be out of breath
Yeah, out of breath sounds good to me, but all i hear is say something. I'm like what do u want me to say...He's like say something dirty...i'm a freaky girl...not a dirty girl...so the best that i can usually come up with is f%$k me and i'm sure that gets boring after awhile.
I think so far the post are from women because i'm not the only woman with this question...seriously every woman that i've talked to about talking dirty in the bedroom with there man are just as stumped as i am.
One man out of how many on HP? Mmmmmmmm..... imagine that. lololo! AEvans
Speaking as a man I've never understood what talking dirty was supposed to achieve. I'm simple, show me a naked lady and I'm turned on. Wish I knew what turned my wife on though...... Cleaning the house and doing the shopping doesn't work. Ho hum.
I like dirty talk. I like talking about another person in the bed with us, places to "unload" and...well....stuff like that. (in case you haven't guessed - the 777 in my username isn't a religious statement)
I wasn't actually into this when I was young, but now that I'm older and divorced, I've found it to be quite exciting.
I echo what another said about a lady in public and a ho' in the bedroom, although I wouldn't quite put it like that. There is something to be said for a woman that is classy, smart, with an awesome personality, but has a nasty side.
Do what you're comfortable with, but don't knock it until you try it
I think dirty talk even if you don't mean it gets both excited more, just saying it (even if you're conservative)
ohhhhh Greeek One... I looooooooooooooooove your Hub.....mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
'Oh baby hit me harder' kinda of dirty talk does turn some people on but not me.
I believe in what i can see [big*] rather than hear.
I don't mind dirty talk..it's more ofof just knowing what to say...but if it's something far fetched...then it becomes a turn off for me.
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