Discussion in 'Vaginarium' started by trudat, Jul 11, 2007.
Whats going on in this thread?
Your english is cute.That would make me want to sleep with you. However, i'm not sure what you're asking. Your talking about after you have sex with someone, how you determine how they measure up to others?
What is your native tongue dear?
who cares? Just take the compliment. What works for one woman may not work for others.
what makes someone "above average" IMO doesn't depend on one person... the sex is incredible if the two people click perfectly in bed. it takes 2 to have great sex.
I love you
What one person likes someone else might not like. It's about compatibility. You can't say "doing x, y, and z makes someone great in bed." It doesn't work that way.
I'm a guy, but I would consider it great sex if:
a) both people are getting their needs met
b) both people are enjoying themselves (there's really not much worse than unenthusiastic sex)
c) both people are comfortable and compatible
it's more about the total package than the mechanics of the act.
i can't tell if that is a joke or if you're serious.
im willing to bet english is his native tongue. would that still make you want to sleep with him? bad grammar is a turn on LOL
Basically what everyone else has said. Sometimes great sex has a lot to do with the chemistry a certain two people have and the emotions they share....sometimes two strangers can have amazing sex. If you are so curious as to what was so great you need to ask the girl, because everyone is different. Just ask her what you did that she loved, I always find that is just handy to know in the first place. I still love hearing my SO say certain things he loved.
Bilingual guys get me wet
I took french classes for 10 years
Cest vrais? La famille aux mon pere est quebecoise. Quand jetais tres petite, je parle un peut francias.
Ibspellings way off
French is one of my favorite languages. Its sooo sexy.
Spelling isn't actually to bad, or at least I don't think it is. So do you still have some family there then? And how many languages do you actually know?
I actually stopped taking french many many years ago, and tried to forget as much of it as possible - I only took it for 10 years because I am forced to in school as a Canadian. But now I do a hell of a lot of work in Montreal and work with French people on a regular basis so I've had to start re-learning it.
Plus I've come to love french women, so being able to communicate with them is always nice
Maybe you can tell me why French has so many silent consonants.
I used to be able to converse in Japanese, but I lost it (I'm trying to get it back).
I wrote a term paper on the linguistic evolution and implications of Sanskrit. Is that sexy?
I have like 20 books on foreign languages, in foreign languages, or on linguistic evolution in general.
I was going to major in linguistics but I decided I'd rather have a job in a high-paying field.
Am i teh s3xy?
I'm bilingual english/french. I've lived near Geneva for the last 9 years. And your spelling needs some subtle help . The good thing here is that you learned it while young, so if you decide to perfect it, you won't have an accent.
I'm going back to my home town in california for a few weeks. Should i try and pull off the fake french accent/play the foreigner and test the reaction with women, or will i just end up looking like Jean Girard in Talladega Nights?
I'm assuming you mean Geneva in Europe? Quebec French is a complete bastardization of actual French. Her spelling was on par for the most part.
Ou est la bibliotheque? Je voudrais un hot dog.
I speak English, very, very minimal French that I could pick back up I think. And my Arabic is almost to conversational now, I think i'll be fluent in less than a year
I knew about your term paper, I wanked to the thought of it for weeks.
I'm actually a shockingly bad speller in general. Why Geneva?
I'll have a Quebecoise accent, but I think I can deal with that.
where'd/why'd you learn arabic?
edit: add habibi to the end of that question..
Its my major....habibi
how long did it take you to learn? i picked up a lot in iraq, and wouldnt mind continuing it. some of the terps asked me where i learned arabic, i said "here" and they went
oi, about a year now? I don't study as much as I should though.
this has definitely, definitely been my experience