TMI Tuesday #61

Banging 2020 with a start. Wait, that didn’t come out right.

What is the most useless thing you know how to do?

I’m pretty adept at reading between the lines or seeing that’s underneath the surface. Why is it useless? It made me pessimistic and unappreciative. 

Do you use sex to relieve stress? How?

Funny thing, I’m in the mood for sex regardless of the situation. 

What sex act or position did not thrill you until you tried it?

Let’s say that I grew up very excited to try things so a lot of things did thrill me even before I tried it.

What is the most unusual but fun sexual encounter you have had?

Back when Mr. A is a pledging barbarian, he had an affair with a girl during college. It all started as wild drunken sex but ended up as the relationship that defined my younger days. 

What is something that can happen in the middle of sex that will make you put on your clothes and walk out?

Getting caught!

Bonus: What was a random compliment that someone gave you that really stuck in your memory?

I used to tell someone I’m dating that I have a nice ass to make things fun. So, one time we are out with a friend of hers and I noticed that they were giggling about something. Later, she told me that her friend did notice my ass and said that it was nice.

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    1. Hi Pete! Well, it wasn’t exactly LTR but it sure was defining relationship. We’re still friends up to now, it is kinda funny that we’re still friends while my other more serious relationships no longer exist. 😅

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  1. I think ‘reading between the lines’ is a great skill to have. But, yes…it does tend to make one very cynical. Otherwise, why look for hidden meaning and ulterior motives. Still, I find it useful more often than not.

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    1. I agree! It was a great skill to have. But like you said, it made me very cynical and at some point miserable. The key is to maintain this skill along with the ability to see the silver lining.

      Thanks B!

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