Or you can make the ultimate sacrifice and cut one of your nails (like I do).....I would try the glove thing first, I mean it can't be any more of a mood breaker than say a sharp nail being shoved up your arse and causing pain.View Thread
I'm not a man, but I read this similar question on another website. The answer was to use cotton balls to cover your nails and put a latex glove on your hand. I know it may slow the mood, but it may be worth a try. You should google for techniques on milking the prostate, sound like your guy is pretty open to anal experiences.View Thread
She may be cheating, BUT you cannot judge by her loosness of a vagina!!! Women's wetness varies over the course of the month due to our menstral cycle, some days we are wetter then usual (to the point where it soaks my underwear), some days dry....If you believe she cheated then end the relationship and move on. There is nothing worse then being accused of cheating when you are not. I think you two have nore issues then what you stated here, like you said sh'e been comtemplating breaking up anyway. Maybe she is tired of the lack of foreplay...foreplay is essential to love making, not so much for a selfish guy who wants to get in and get out.
Can you explain why a loose vagina would mean cheating. Do you actually think the vagina will stay 'open' from the previous encounter? You've obviously had sex with her before....think about it.....View Thread
This is a good lesson for those young men out there, do not ask questions when you are not prepared for the answer.
No, I don't think she is getting bigger ones on the side. If you could not satisfy her, she would not have married you. A bigger penis does not mean better sex, I find the ones that are average are the better lovers. Some guys with big ones seem to thing that is all they need, so they don't try as hard to please.View Thread
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