October 25, 2006

Overheard in a Flashback

I'm reading over at the Primacy of Awesome and I was reminded of a conversation I had with a friend of mine some time ago on the topic of sex. I'm paraphrasing.

Friend: I've gone on a few dates with this girl and last night I found out that she is really religious and won't have sex until she's married. I'm not sure what I should do about that.

Trey Givens: Dump her.

Friend: Ha! Do you know how fast it would get out that I dumped a girl because she wouldn't put out?

Trey Givens: Hopefully, as soon as possible.

I went on to explain that even if I ignore the "really religious" part, which would immediately exclude her from consideration in my mind, I don't have time for people who think that they need a piece of paper from Uncle Sam to make sex a meaningful and appropriate expression of their feelings.

I wouldn't dare attempt to prescribe a "waiting period" for having sex in a relationship; I would simply say that when words cannot adequately express the feelings of joy, happiness, respect, admiration -- simply, love -- that you feel for your partner, THAT is the time to have sex. I am certain that I could not restrain myself to wait a single minute more.

So, I told my friend to dump her and ask her to tell all her friends not to bother if they aren't adult enough to make adult decisions about their adult relationships.

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