My ex, who's taken, is sending me seductive snaps again and I'm so happy
First day in a relationship and im already miserable
I dumped my last girlfriend because she gave horrible blow jobs.
The one girl I can't let go of is in a really healthy relationship with a guy who shares her dream lifestyle unlike myself. It's been years, what the fuck is wrong with me.
The one girl I'm super close with is actually being thrown off by my long hair. It's keeping her from really being attracted to me. All I can say is that hurts. It's important to me that I grow it out longer than it's ever been, and I hate when people walk into my life and try to change things to their liking. I'm just upset. Without her, I've got no one close who I can build something with, and I can tell lately she's been losing interest. Back to square 1 I guess. Hello again, loneliness.
If you found out your crush was a virgin, would that make you more or less interested in them? Specify your gender in comments. I'm curious if this is very different between guys and girls.
so my best friend is cheating on her boyfriend. i hate cheaters.
Is being able to smell whether someone had sex really a thing? I've read about this in novels and have seen it in movies, but I always figured it's just one of those exaggerated fictional tropes. Until recently, when a friend of ours came over after my partner and I just had had sex, and he immediately pointed out how he knows we had just done it because he could smell it; and there were no other hints like condoms, bedsheets, whatever, we weren't even sweating much (and even if, it was a warm day, so nobody would first suspect sex as the reason for it). I mean... HOW? Is this a super common thing that I just somehow can't do and have people known whenever I have had sex, including my parents who came into my room afterwards!? I'm scared.
A pet peeve of mine is when kids fall or get hurt and immediately look at the nearest adult with that annoying little face to see how they should react. If you laugh they laugh. If you coddle them and be all “omg are you okay awww baby” then they cry. That shit annoys me.
When I was about 18, I was just starting to figure out my sexuality and I was just beginning to come to terms with my attraction to women. I developed a crush on one of my close friends, and I ended up telling her about it even though I knew she didn't like me back. She was nice about it, she actually said she was flattered, but just wasn't gay. Flash forward to today, 4 years later. This friend and I aren't as close as we used to be, but we still care about each other a lot, adulting just got in the way of being able to spend time together. She messages me today and says she's now dating a mutual friend of ours... who is a girl. I'm really happy for them, and honestly I think they're great for each other. But I can't help but feel the tiniest bit jealous. Like why couldn't you have realized you were bi when I had a crush on you? But, I'm glad she's finally figured out who she is and I'm glad they ended up together. I just can't help but wonder if me confessing my love for her actually made her contemplate her sexuality or if it led to this somehow. Guess I'll never know.