A Little Something From Seattle
After Tiff’s last post it only seems appropriate, or highly inappropriate, or serve this one up. I mean, it’s such a simple question, it grabs your attention and yet no one really uses it. I don’t know why, because it would save us all a lot of trouble. I was talking with my friend Portland, yep that Portland, from work about a situation that occurred with him and I realized there are so many instances to use this. Events would be a lot less awkward and chock full of sexual tension. If only it were socially acceptable for a dude, or woman, to just ask this without getting an eye roll, smacked, put on blast or, worse yet, ruining your chances to get the buns in the future…
For example, you may find yourself in a situation where you’re chillin once again with your usual flirt buddy, only to see her flirting with the next cat later on in the night. Cool. Keep it moving mane. She isn’t your girl, but hey, all this confusion could’ve been prevented if someone just asked – do you want to have sex or not? If so, let’s bounce while this Henny is still in my system. If not, I’ll let this Henny mojo work magic on your quiet, but cute, friend over there.
Or say you’ve been on a date a few times and your soon to be horizontal dance partner is a little shy. You can see it in their eyes that they want to move forward, but their mind won’t let them. That’s cool. Everyone needs time. But hey, it should be known. Are you trying your hand at celibacy or are you trying to build the suspense like a Hitchcock movie? Should l chill and break you off with a piece of my Kit Kat bar later or should I be someone else’s Mr. Goodbar?
And it’s not just us, ladies. I’m sure there are plenty of times where you want to just ask that dude who you’ve been eyeing across the way at the sports bar, do you want to have sex or not? Lord knows, you can’t stand to watch the Giants stomp all over the Seahawks any longer and you’d rather be watching another kind of receiving and returning. Trust us, we’d appreciate the honesty. Plus, we probably didn’t even notice you. You’re sitting in front of the TV that has the AFC game on. But hey, Sunday sex is great sex.
Just my thoughts people. Let me know, is this question valid and can it really be used by both sexes? While we’re here, what are some other instances when you’ve just wanted to say, “do you want to have sex or not?”
Seattle – I May Just Start Saying That Soon – Washington