When it comes to a man’s performance in bed, he is out to impress and wants you to think he is Superman. So, if you want him to ‘soar’ above the occasion, avoid these conversations with verbal faux pas at all cost.
- Performance comments
The one way to get things off to a disastrous start would be asking ‘Are you in yet?’ It is one of the most damning because it’s a real 2-in-1 as you’ve managed to destroy his confidence on two fronts.However, if you are determined to not give him too much of a happy ending, anything like ‘I’ve just remembered I need to send an email/do laundry/call my boss’ is guaranteed to ruin any stud-like pretensions he was holding.
- Physical comments
You are catching the man at his most vulnerable so making any reference to size that doesn’t infer he’s sporting anything less than the KL Tower is best avoided. Anything from ‘isn’t it cute’ or ‘is that its full size?’ will make him feel emasculated and bound to end your evening’s entertainment under the sheets in disaster. Pointing out anything that might be different from your norm is an absolute no-no.
- Reference to the past
Thread carefully when bringing up your past experiences in bed as it can turn a great night into a really awkward one, if done wrongly. So when it comes to bed talk, it’s best to avoid stories of how you cannot remember how many guys you slept with or finding one that preferred to give rather than receive oral sex. If you really want to put the proverbial boot in, you could start discussing how nice it is to not have to go on the same marathon sex sessions that you used to have with your previous boyfriend and how you prefer the quickies you have now.
Funnily enough, and perhaps it’s the male’s own fragilities’, but they tend to not buy into over-the-top comments. So lines like ‘Wow, I’ve never seen anything grow that much before’ and ‘I felt the earth move’ would never work in bed. Instead, it seem to have the opposite effect whereby the more extreme the compliment, the less they believe it. Perhaps try going for something more believable like ‘ah, that was distinctly average’. Then again, sometimes, you just can’t win.
- Things we just can’t recover from
Trying to come off as sympathetic by telling him that ‘it’s okay, I’m sure it happens to other guys’ is not exactly what a guy wants to hear in bed. Especially when you’re implying that it has never happened to any guy you’ve known. That aside, any kind of snoring that takes place in the middle of all his efforts because you simply fell asleep says it all. Don’t expect breakfast in bed after that.
The ultimate point of no return, however, is when you’re in the throes of passion only to find the name leaving your trembling lips while screaming at the top of your lungs belongs not to him, but to your ex boyfriend. The next thing you can only do is to leave in a taxi and never meet him again. You can also try to apologise.. Best of luck..
Source: Her World