I never... and will never....

I didn't realize before I got married that there were so many varied flavors of s** and sexual satisfaction out there… all I want to do is go out and experience it all, but I never will, and I love him too much to lose him, but he doesn't satisfy me, and I'll never know what it's like now… sometimes I find myself wishing he'd die early so i could go out and have s**...

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  • Life is very short. We need to live it to the fullest. Slowly introduce the idea of an open relationship to your man. He may go for it.

  • Sympathy for who? I'm just going off what I've read. The b**** said she wish her husband would die so she can finally be the s*** she always dreamed about being. It don't get any clearer than that my dude. And don't give me that, "it was a passing thought bullshit". This ho took the time to post that s*** on this site, so it wasn't just a passing thought. I hope you're not a guy bro. How would you feel if your wife wrote some s*** like that about you? I bet you wouldn't be so sympathetic then. L****! If anything, I feel sorry for her husband. To know someone is married to a heartless, selfish, evil conniving ass b**** like this is sad. There could be more to the story than what the OP wrote. But from what it seems, her husband is good to her, just not in bed. If that's the case, then something is seriously wrong with this lady and she need psychiatric help. Her wanting to experiment sexually is not a problem, it's the "sometimes I find myself wishing he'd die early so i could go out and have s**" part that makes me think this b**** is crazy. Real talk.

  • I don't think any advice we give will help you. It's plain to see that you are a s*** that want to have her cake and eat it too. For you to say and i quote..."sometimes I find myself wishing he'd die early so i could go out and have s**", shows what type of person you really are. You don't deserve to have a husband in the first place. You are a very evil person and I hope that you get what's coming to you sooner or later. To wish death upon someone...your husband at that is very disturbing...and all cause you want to be a w**** but too scared to tell your husband how you feel. smmfh.

  • I don't know who you are and I don't care, but let me just say, and I quote, "You are a very evil person and I hope that you get what's coming to you sooner or later." The original poster was just expressing a feeling, a passing thought; not disclosing a diabolical scheme to be rid of her husband. She deserves compassion and sympathy, not anger and hate. What YOU might deserve, though, is another matter.

  • thank you guys. we have a very good s** life. at least, i think. i was terrified of s** and he's the only one i've ever been with. now i actually write erotica professionally and am thus getting to know people with very interesting lives. i never knew there was such a thing as polyamory and open marriages, now i know friends who have such marriages and i am always jealous of them, to the extent that i actually fixate on what they're doing ... and i don't understand why i can't have it too, but he's made it very clear he's not comfortable with that. ... so yeah. it's a matter of stopping fixating every time i hear that friend a has a boyfriend outside her marriage or friend b had a threesome.

  • What you're experiencing is something that most people experience: the feeling that there is something more out there, something better, something sweeter, something hotter. It is another angle on the notion that gives rise to the saying, "the grass is always greener". Of course, you can -- despite what others will tell you, here and in your life -- simply cross the fence and check out that other grass, to determine if it really is better: you have taken vows, yes, but you'd not be the first or the last to break one or two, once or twice. But if you want to preserve the vow, and the comfort of fidelity, try to get your man to open himself to new experiences, new positions, new feeling, new touching. If that doesn't work on its own, then there are plenty of marriage counselors out there who will encourage that kind of experimentation and exploration, all of which would fall far short of adultery. I'm not saying that you have to remain faithful -- that's for you to decide, not for me to direct -- but, judging by what you wrote and how you wrote it, I assume fidelity is essential to you, and so I'm just saying that there are also ways of substantially broadening the sexual horizons of a married couple, together (s**) and alone (masturbation), that don't involve cheating.

    Please don't feel like the spice in your life is gone because the variety seems lacking. You can fix that, with your husband (which I think is your ideal) or without him (should you decide to play). Life is long and s** is wonderful. Enjoy it, and enjoy yourself.

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