ok, so a friend of mine, just showed me a picture of her husband, and he had a patch on his shoulder/underarm area. I asked her, and he said it was a free sample in the mail, for him to try, an energy patch.. I just wonder if that is the case, and why she would not tell me if otherwise... She always talks about his erections lasting so long, even after he ejaculates, like he can stay hard for hours.. im wondering if Viagra comes in a patch? or if its testosterone.. anyone familiar with patches?View Thread
ive never slept with a guy on the first date, or even several dates after that.. but I think i am old fashioned also.. i guess some part of it may be that i dont want them to think less of me, but that's is really not on my mind. I guess I have just never been in a position to say NO, or the first few dates. I think b/c of this small town, and the guys maybe had heard that i didnt, IDK. but its never been an issue, never got that hot enough for me on a first date.. BUT, i will add that it goes both ways. Personally I like to be really attched or in love with a man to have sex. To feel like its actually a connection, having somethings in common, b4 that comes into play.. Would I ever do it, yes, prob if the conditions were right, and I would hope that he didnt think less of me. I think times have changed and guys are not as judgemental maybe about that anymore, IDKView Thread
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