If you don’t mind, I have a question about a guy in the friend zone. He is real nice..All that good stuff but not too much good stuff!! He talks a good game about how good he is in bed. So, he had me wondering how good his “D” game was.
I saw the “D” and although my 4 year old nephew is packing more then he is I tried it anyway. Needless to say I wasn’t happy.. Cause if I was I wouldn’t be writing you right now. I did not enjoy the experience in the least bit.
Now, Kissy, I have a petite “P” and I still barely felt a thing. I was even gripping for life!!! So now I’m turned off from him and I Don’t want to hurt his feelings. We had sex one time in Aug’11… You would think he would have got the drift by now but I guess not.
I don’t call him. He calls me. When we talk I don’t talk about us. Instead I use the opportunity to ask him for advice about other guys.
SO, should I just tell him that his sex was wack?
P.S…Since he’s small and all. I had a conversation with him about anal sex. My assumption was true, I asked him about the previous women, did they mind having anal sex with him? He said, no and that they all loved it. Figures.. #YouWonderWhy
Wack D Victim #998
Dear Wack D victim,
Girl you knew before you got it in with him that you wouldn’t like it.. I mean he’s small. If you don’t like men with thumb size shafts you should have just stopped as soon as you saw it. You did not have to go all the way with it..
Instead, you let your hormones get the best of you. I always advocate telling a man his D was wack if he was bragging about it beforehand and came up short. But you have to be tactful by simply saying that you don’t think you have compatible sexual chemistry.
In addition it’s quite possible that his past female intimate relations actually did enjoy intimacy with him. It’s also possible that like most women they faked it.. I have answered this question once before CLICK HERE to get an in depth answer of why you should tell him.