It’s true there isn’t a manual for what to say to a woman after you’ve had S3@.x:’ with her, but some turn offs for girls are just a matter of common sense.
Knowing what to say to a woman after S3@.x:’ is just as important as what you say before and during the act. Saying the wrong thing during post-coital bliss almost guarantees you look like a douchebag, and ruins your chances of a round two. These turn offs for girls will surely get you kicked out of the bedroom.
Being tactful in your words and thinking before you speak helps, make sure you don’t make the same mistake as some of the guys who’ve coined these sayings below.
Turn offs for girls – Things not to say to a woman after S3@.x:’
This list is in no particular order, because it’s pretty hard to distinguish bad from worse.
#1 “When was the last time you got checked?” Whether she has a funky smell going on, you’ve had a bad experience, or you’re just a hypochondriac, this phrase is guaranteed to hurt a girl’s feelings. She might even think you’re the one with a STD, and you’re trying to pin it on her… bad move.
#2 “I think the condom broke.” This panic inducing phrase is one of the worst things a woman could hear, especially if you’re just friends with benefits.
#3 “Was that the best you ever had?” This proves you’re an egomaniac who needs constant reassurance, or you’re so C@.cky you believe you’re God’s gift to women. No girl wants to answer that phrase unless she volunteers the information willingly. Don’t fish for compliments.
#4 “Do you smell that?” Nothing could make her go from feeling like a steamy S3@.x:’ goddess to instantly insecure and anxious. If she also knows she smells fine down there, you’re only making yourself look like the culprit.
#5 “Can I use your mouthwash?” While this could be seemingly innocent, you’re either making her feel like you were so repulsed after making out with her that you need to rinse your mouth, or your breath stinks. Either way it’s a lose-lose.
#6 “Sorry…” *hangs head in shame*. No one likes a martyr who plays the victim after coming too quickly, or simply didn’t get a girl where she needed to be. If you want her to give you sympathy, it definitely won’t inspire her to want to sleep with you again. Feeling sorry for yourself won’t make you look like a S3@.x:’ bomb or cover up a bad performance.
#7 “That was better than I expected!” This leads her to believe you expected her to be bad in bed… point blank. She won’t find this to be a compliment, unless she was just as surprised herself.
#8 “You’re a lot cleaner than other girls I’ve hooked up with.” This cringe-worthy praise puts all sorts of images in her mind about where your man part has been before it got between her legs. Her reaction will be panic, anxiety, and the urge to shower multiple times.
#9 “So you’re on birth control, right?” This implies a woman should probably consider Plan B if she wasn’t planning a pregnancy and isn’t on the pill. If you slipped up, it’s better to talk to her about it, rather than bluntly assume she’s got it covered.
#10 “You didn’t tell me you were a squirter!” Not all women are proud of their ability to squirt during S3@.x:’, some are insecure about it. Bringing it up that way only makes her feel like a spectacle, rather than a person with feelings.
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