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Discussion in 'Sex With a Large Penis' started by B_Marius567, Sep 6, 2011.
why is it so hard to leave a woman after sex?
Where are you trying to leave her? More details are needed.
Its easy you cum you leave done and done
you dont miss her?
Nope because I am on my way to the next one.
more details would be helpful.
is easy to form attachments to someone you share an intense moment/feelings with. if ya prone to shmoopy afterglow, enjoy the moment.
if she's got to chained to a bed... urm, ya might need a better safeword... or, learn to pick locks :biggrin:
Evil you're a douche.
Mick, you always know how to make me smile.
Because you're still inside her?
is cuz i am a pure lethal lady killer... and frippin adorable :biggrin1:
thank ya, Ms. BBW :redface: makes all the foolishness worth it
Its alot easier to do it after sex than before sex because before sex all you can think about is sex while after sex your mind is a blank slate of efficiency.
And because she's holding the door open?
Not hard for me. If I stick around (or stay awake) long enough it'll be time for round 2:biggrin1:
Usually burning your clothes on the front lawn with police on route
Oh the memories. Fun times.
for me its not. i fuck em and send them on their way. soon as she dips them i'm already hitting up the next chick to see if she's down to fuck
This self-sorting is very useful for the single ladies here. Carry on....
You got it down to a science, my friend. Your foolishness alone is worth returning to this place for, nevermind your mad skillz with us lay-dees.
Well, sex does directly effect the chemicals in your brain so it can be due to pure science. But as others have said, there's not really much info provided here. It could just be that sex shows a different, carnally attractive aspect to an already wonderful woman, in which case the answer is obvious.
Because of the oxytocin released when you orgasm.
"Oxytocin evokes feelings of contentment, reductions in anxiety, and feelings of calmness and security around the mate. Many studies have already shown a correlation of oxytocin with human bonding, increases in trust, and decreases in fear."
Ain't nature wonderful! :smile: