Horny Humpday Q & A!!!

SESSION NOW CLOSED!  Thank you for all (most) who participated!

 

It’s that time again!  Time to answer questions from my lovely fans and friends.  No real rules.  You can ask me just about anything you want.  I will answer nearly any question.

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This is for adults only.  VOID WHERE PROHIBITED BY LAW.  Will more than likely contain strong language, offensive topics and the words, dick, cock, pussy or twat every so often.  I may even throw in a CUNT for good measure.

So I’m going to enjoy my friend chicken and Smirnoff while I wait for your questions.  (Don’t judge until you try it!)

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26 thoughts on “Horny Humpday Q & A!!!

  1. There’s been a lot of talk about threesomes lately. I was wondering, what if any difference is there in the mental dynamic between a g/g/b and a b/b/g encounter?

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    1. IMHO there is a bit more of an issues sometimes with BBG due to the fact that a lot of straight males have homophobic fears.

      There are a lot of dynamics at play, especially if there is a relationship involved.

      A BBG encounter just seems like a lot of work to me…and a bad case of TMJ!!! 😉

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  2. Along with the threesome question.. How would you initiate a conversation with your significant other about the possibility of having a threesome without them feeling as if they are not satisfying you

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    1. Every person and every relationship is different. Some people get thoroughly repulsed by the idea. (Had this happen with an old boyfriend.)

      Talking about fantasies is a good start. Tell him / her you’d like to show them a wild time… ask about their feelings.

      One of the first things they teach you in sales is to get people talking about themselves. The more they talk, the more they open up. So ask open ended questions. “How would you feel about a 3-some?” Avoid Yes/No Questions like, “Does it excite you?” You could instead ask…”What about it excites you?”

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      1. Keep it light. Keep it fun. Do it in your underwear / lingerie. If you have a sensitive spouse, then be sure to compliment their sexual prowess. Those are my best tips!

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  3. How can you approach your partner about lacking skills in the cunnilingus arena? Training has become difficult, it’s like he reaches south of my navel and goes deaf…..urghhh…HELP!!!!!

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    1. This is a bit more of a challenge. There are a few options.

      1. Do Hot/cold with him. The closer he gets, tell him he’s getting hotter…or colder if that’s the case.

      2. Grab a paring knife and a piece of fleshy fruit… carve your vjj… then do a demonstration.

      3. Grab a girlfriend and SHOW HIM HOW IT’S DONE. (This one is my favorite! 😉 )

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  4. How do I find a girl’s G-Spot? My wife keeps telling me it’s there, but I can’t seem to find it. I really want to make her happy.

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    1. Hello, Sir! On behalf of your wife, I thank you for your willingness to learn!

      Okay, first, do some foreplay…get her good & worked up. When you notice she’s getting wet for you, then slide your index and middle finger inside. Somewhere around 2nd knuckle deep (depending on finger length) turn your palm side up.

      Now for lack of a better term, prod around with your fingers… flutter a bit… you should feel a small harder spot. Now finger bang her making sure to rub that spot. (If she complains she has the sudden urge to pee, you’ve hit the motherload!)

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  5. This weekend, we’re going to a swing club for the first time. What do I wear? What do I do? I’m nervous…HELP ME! (I am the wife in the relationship.)

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    1. First of all, take a deep breath. Your first club experience can be a hellova learning experience. It can also give you hives if you worry about it too much.

      If you have a sexy dress (something you’d be nervous about wearing out because it’s too short,) that’d be perfect. But just wear something that makes you feel sexy. Be comfortable. Take lingerie. It makes you feel sexier and not quite so exposed.

      Next, remember that you don’t HAVE to do anything with anyone. It’s your choice. Just because you’re there, doesn’t mean you have to play.

      Next, just be social. Talk to people. Loads of lifestyle people are so friendly it’ll surprise you. They are always very happy to help a newbie along.

      Most clubs are BYOB. So be sure you bring plenty to drink and STOP before the room spins. It’s easy to overdo it when you’re nervous (I’m totally guilty of this. I got so drunk one time I puked in the bathroom then passed out leaving the hubby drunk and horny. Poor fella.)

      If you find someone you want to play with, just let them know you’re new…. this is the time to be very honest and upfront about fears, expectations etc. and…CONDOMS ARE A MUST.

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  6. Do you have the option in a club scene to have a little privacy with your encounter, or is it all open viewing? And how can you tell if a club is a “safe” atmosphere if you’re just starting out?

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      1. The only post regarding you was that YOU ARE A MINOR AND HAVE NO BUSINESS BEING HERE! You certainly aren’t mature enough for the discussion but you’re definitely not OLD ENOUGH. Now you’re affecting my income…enough is enough. Pull your head out of your ass. It’s not a hat.

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  7. Just thinking that a pm might be a better place for that remark. This kind woman has been trying to help answer questions in a helpful way. I do not believe your remark is helpful in any way…privacy for these matters really is the mature way to go…

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