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April 20, 2013 11:39 AM
i'm late to this thread but if i'm interested i play right along. i've also been known to make a few innuendos myself .

my reasoning for doing it is mainly because 1) i'm a huge flirt and 2) i like sex and i'm pretty playful with it and the innuendos and flirting are a good way for me to surmise if HE'S playful with it as well.
  12840602
April 22, 2013 11:28 AM
YOU GUYS!

Seriously.

This weekend at karaoke this guy I met started calling me sex kitten.

It gives me a fit of giggles every time and I don't even know how to explain to him why.
  857661
April 22, 2013 11:43 AM
QUOTE:

YOU GUYS!

Seriously.

This weekend at karaoke this guy I met started calling me sex kitten.

It gives me a fit of giggles every time and I don't even know how to explain to him why.


RROFLMBO!!!!!
April 22, 2013 3:31 PM
QUOTE:

YOU GUYS!

Seriously.

This weekend at karaoke this guy I met started calling me sex kitten.

It gives me a fit of giggles every time and I don't even know how to explain to him why.


LMAO!! I detest that term of endearment... I don't know why, but I guess because it just sounds so cheesy and old?

The guy I just started seeing is calling me baby....sexy when the kids aren't around....Neither are that creative, but both make me melt.
April 22, 2013 7:10 PM
This is my first post on this board, so I might be stepping in it, but I personally think a certain amount of sexual innuendo is fun. If its done right, it's funny and can really make for some fun banter back and forth. I can totally understand the guys' perspective in wanting to use it as a tool to test the waters.... if that is what their sense of humor is like, it's better to know up front if you're never going to appreciate that kind of joking around.

Now that said, unimaginative guys do not apply to anything stated above. :-)
  37237650
April 23, 2013 9:25 AM
QUOTE:

This is my first post on this board, so I might be stepping in it, but I personally think a certain amount of sexual innuendo is fun. If its done right, it's funny and can really make for some fun banter back and forth. I can totally understand the guys' perspective in wanting to use it as a tool to test the waters.... if that is what their sense of humor is like, it's better to know up front if you're never going to appreciate that kind of joking around.

Now that said, unimaginative guys do not apply to anything stated above. :-)


You'll fit in here just fine. :) Welcome!
April 23, 2013 12:39 PM
Since I just saw this thread, I am going to respond.

I love all the sexual innuendo and banter, even in the beginning. Really witty innuendos will help make me more interested. Now, if it gets crude, I do throw up the red flag because there is not call for that.
  9823542
April 23, 2013 3:13 PM
Thank you!

QUOTE:

QUOTE:

This is my first post on this board, so I might be stepping in it, but I personally think a certain amount of sexual innuendo is fun. If its done right, it's funny and can really make for some fun banter back and forth. I can totally understand the guys' perspective in wanting to use it as a tool to test the waters.... if that is what their sense of humor is like, it's better to know up front if you're never going to appreciate that kind of joking around.

Now that said, unimaginative guys do not apply to anything stated above. :-)


You'll fit in here just fine. :) Welcome!
  37237650
April 24, 2013 9:45 AM
I once had a guy suggest I was wearing pink panties under my skirt (I actually was!) during a 1st date. Complete turn off and made him sound like an 8th grader.

I'm very very very opposite of a prude. Had my bf thought I was a prude because I didn't let him do certain things to me (ahem) early on, he would had missed out!!!
April 24, 2013 11:12 AM
Welcome to flirting via test. I'm so guilty of this even with much younger women and just about all of the time they respond back with the same kind of flirting.`
  17200059
April 24, 2013 11:14 AM
@winman: Hey sex puppy! What are you wearing under those khakis?
Edited by DonnaNCgirl On April 24, 2013 11:14 AM
  35115392
April 24, 2013 11:17 AM
QUOTE:

@winman: Hey sex puppy! What are you wearing under those khakis?


Commando baby, commando!
  17200059
April 24, 2013 11:23 AM
Some of the comments of "that isn't appropriate until after we've been out a few times and established we are attracted and interested" kind of crack me up. Why would you go out in the first place if you weren't?

I personally think it's all in fun...I like to laugh and have fun and there will probably be a few innuendos made as well ;)
  4161607
April 24, 2013 11:28 AM
QUOTE:

QUOTE:

@winman: Hey sex puppy! What are you wearing under those khakis?


Commando baby, commando!


My wish is your command wink
OH WAIT! I'm offended. This is so inappropriate. You must be some creepy guy who wants nothing but to get in my panties...if I had any on. Ooops, I did it again, I did exactly what I said I don't like guys doing. But then again, it's okay for me...just not for anybody else. noway
  35115392
April 24, 2013 11:29 AM
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Some of the comments of "that isn't appropriate until after we've been out a few times and established we are attracted and interested" kind of crack me up. Why would you go out in the first place if you weren't?

I personally think it's all in fun...I like to laugh and have fun and there will probably be a few innuendos made as well ;)


Only a few??!
  35115392
April 24, 2013 11:34 AM
QUOTE:

QUOTE:

Some of the comments of "that isn't appropriate until after we've been out a few times and established we are attracted and interested" kind of crack me up. Why would you go out in the first place if you weren't?

I personally think it's all in fun...I like to laugh and have fun and there will probably be a few innuendos made as well ;)


Only a few??!


Well from the looks of this thread some women are sensitive to this :P
  4161607
April 24, 2013 11:39 AM
QUOTE:

Some of the comments of "that isn't appropriate until after we've been out a few times and established we are attracted and interested" kind of crack me up. Why would you go out in the first place if you weren't?


I do this all the time...I go out with people (strangers I met online or in person) to see if I am attracted/interested. I rarely know that before a date, especially since if we "met" online our first date would be the first time meeting!
  31145992
April 24, 2013 12:03 PM
QUOTE:

QUOTE:

QUOTE:

@winman: Hey sex puppy! What are you wearing under those khakis?


Commando baby, commando!


My wish is your command wink
OH WAIT! I'm offended. This is so inappropriate. You must be some creepy guy who wants nothing but to get in my panties...if I had any on. Ooops, I did it again, I did exactly what I said I don't like guys doing. But then again, it's okay for me...just not for anybody else. noway


So then I have unrestricted access? :)
  17200059
April 24, 2013 12:05 PM
QUOTE:

QUOTE:

Some of the comments of "that isn't appropriate until after we've been out a few times and established we are attracted and interested" kind of crack me up. Why would you go out in the first place if you weren't?


I do this all the time...I go out with people (strangers I met online or in person) to see if I am attracted/interested. I rarely know that before a date, especially since if we "met" online our first date would be the first time meeting!


I've also come to the conclusion even if you hit it off online with flirting and/or sexting, the pics are accurate and the information is truthful, this does not mean the connection carries over to meeting in person. Strange but true.
  17200059
April 24, 2013 12:21 PM
Due to reports made regarding this thread, I deleted posts that had nothing to do with the topic. flowerforyou
April 24, 2013 12:23 PM
QUOTE:

QUOTE:

QUOTE:

Some of the comments of "that isn't appropriate until after we've been out a few times and established we are attracted and interested" kind of crack me up. Why would you go out in the first place if you weren't?


I do this all the time...I go out with people (strangers I met online or in person) to see if I am attracted/interested. I rarely know that before a date, especially since if we "met" online our first date would be the first time meeting!


I've also come to the conclusion even if you hit it off online with flirting and/or sexting, the pics are accurate and the information is truthful, this does not mean the connection carries over to meeting in person. Strange but true.

Exactly, this has happened to me all too often, I rarely like/am attracted to the guy in person, even when I thought they had so much potential online. So yeah, no need to jump the gun with sexts and stuff.
  31145992
April 24, 2013 1:46 PM
Still deleting comments here - anything quoting the "cancer", "stupid", or "retarded" comments.

Please stay on topic. Thx. flowerforyou
April 24, 2013 5:06 PM
QUOTE:

Still deleting comments here - anything quoting the "cancer", "stupid", or "retarded" comments.

Please stay on topic. Thx. flowerforyou


Sure, the cancer post is an internet meme. It is a sad day when people get super offended by about 5 words. However fine then, I will stay on topic and respond more directly towards OP.

QUOTE:

Piggybacking off of the "sex kitten" comment on another thread...

Why do men of EVERY age bring up sexual comments or innuendos in the beginning stages of "dating?" I am talking with a 57 yo and he even brought up an innuendo while we texted last night....He was like, "what do you wear to bed?" I responded, "Good night." We haven't even met yet. It's a huge turnoff for me! I thought an older man would be more respectable...WTH??? Guys....educate us on this and on how we should respond!!!


Men bring up sexual comments to "test the water", or essentially to declare their intentions. For example if I know you for 6 months, and never make a hint that I wish to pursue something with you, men believe that women "will friend zone them". For men saying these things is basically saying "Hey I think you are hot, and I like you." without actually saying that.

The funny thing about it is, I would place money that if a more attractive man said those "sexual comments" to you, that you would not be offended.

Also, MFP is like bizzaro land when it comes to online dating. What I mean by that is women flirt so much here it is ridiculous. I have had many pms in the past that could be considered "offensive", but I don't take them seriously.

Stop being defensive. If you are flirting with a man who you "don't enjoy sexual conversation with", then you cannot possibly like him that much. Can you?
April 24, 2013 5:44 PM
QUOTE:

QUOTE:

Still deleting comments here - anything quoting the "cancer", "stupid", or "retarded" comments.

Please stay on topic. Thx. flowerforyou


Sure, the cancer post is an internet meme. It is a sad day when people get super offended by about 5 words. However fine then, I will stay on topic and respond more directly towards OP.

QUOTE:

Piggybacking off of the "sex kitten" comment on another thread...

Why do men of EVERY age bring up sexual comments or innuendos in the beginning stages of "dating?" I am talking with a 57 yo and he even brought up an innuendo while we texted last night....He was like, "what do you wear to bed?" I responded, "Good night." We haven't even met yet. It's a huge turnoff for me! I thought an older man would be more respectable...WTH??? Guys....educate us on this and on how we should respond!!!


Men bring up sexual comments to "test the water", or essentially to declare their intentions. For example if I know you for 6 months, and never make a hint that I wish to pursue something with you, men believe that women "will friend zone them". For men saying these things is basically saying "Hey I think you are hot, and I like you." without actually saying that.

The funny thing about it is, I would place money that if a more attractive man said those "sexual comments" to you, that you would not be offended.

Also, MFP is like bizzaro land when it comes to online dating. What I mean by that is women flirt so much here it is ridiculous. I have had many pms in the past that could be considered "offensive", but I don't take them seriously.

Stop being defensive. If you are flirting with a man who you "don't enjoy sexual conversation with", then you cannot possibly like him that much. Can you?


MFP and other forums like them allow people to say things they would never say IRL. I would wager that most of the women here find this a safer place to say things they wouldn't say and couldn't live up to outside of this bitmap world.

It is quite interesting when the hens in the henhouse gather together and gets their feathers flustered when the big bad rooster decides to visit. It's super funny to me how much of a double standard exists here.

I'm sure someone will be defensive about that comment, but you don't have to take it personally.
  35115392
April 24, 2013 5:53 PM
QUOTE:

QUOTE:

QUOTE:

Still deleting comments here - anything quoting the "cancer", "stupid", or "retarded" comments.

Please stay on topic. Thx. flowerforyou


Sure, the cancer post is an internet meme. It is a sad day when people get super offended by about 5 words. However fine then, I will stay on topic and respond more directly towards OP.

QUOTE:

Piggybacking off of the "sex kitten" comment on another thread...

Why do men of EVERY age bring up sexual comments or innuendos in the beginning stages of "dating?" I am talking with a 57 yo and he even brought up an innuendo while we texted last night....He was like, "what do you wear to bed?" I responded, "Good night." We haven't even met yet. It's a huge turnoff for me! I thought an older man would be more respectable...WTH??? Guys....educate us on this and on how we should respond!!!


Men bring up sexual comments to "test the water", or essentially to declare their intentions. For example if I know you for 6 months, and never make a hint that I wish to pursue something with you, men believe that women "will friend zone them". For men saying these things is basically saying "Hey I think you are hot, and I like you." without actually saying that.

The funny thing about it is, I would place money that if a more attractive man said those "sexual comments" to you, that you would not be offended.

Also, MFP is like bizzaro land when it comes to online dating. What I mean by that is women flirt so much here it is ridiculous. I have had many pms in the past that could be considered "offensive", but I don't take them seriously.

Stop being defensive. If you are flirting with a man who you "don't enjoy sexual conversation with", then you cannot possibly like him that much. Can you?


MFP and other forums like them allow people to say things they would never say IRL. I would wager that most of the women here find this a safer place to say things they wouldn't say and couldn't live up to outside of this bitmap world.

It is quite interesting when the hens in the henhouse gather together and gets their feathers flustered when the big bad rooster decides to visit. It's super funny to me how much of a double standard exists here.

I'm sure someone will be defensive about that comment, but you don't have to take it personally.


Listen here, you cannot agree with men on these topics. Do you know what would happen to this bias clique of a group known as Single Peeps?

The women here have worked very hard to make any male presence in this subforum to act like "Male Apologists", if you keep this up the other men on this board might find their "manhood" and say what they really think. Not what they feel the ladies around here want to hear.

You are treading dangerous waters here ma'am! Proceed with caution.

How dare you, 20 lashings.

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