Very Bad Things you Shouldn’t try to Do During Sex

For all the awesomeness that sex provides, there can also be some downsides. For example, it can sometimes be messy and smelly, because you never really know what’s going on in the genital region (especially after a long day).

sex5_fleekngIt can also be sweaty, awkward, bizarrely funny, and on those occasions when things really go awry, embarrassing. But besides all the gross things that happen during sex, some of which are out of our control, there are also some pretty annoying things that happen

Honestly, when you’re about to have sex, you never really know how it’s going to play out, especially if you’re with a new partner. But you still go for it, hope for the best, and cross your fingers that at least one orgasm will come your way

Because we’re all guilty of doing something during sex that could easily be categorized as “the worst,” but we may not have realized it, here are some awful, bad, horrible examples.

  • Frequent Checking of Time (Mostly Ladies)

    But why would you do that? Why would you want to make someone feel so awful about themselves? Anyone who checks the time during sex obviously can’t wait for that sex to come to an end, or did you run out of the house to have sex? It’s really not cool, and a big turn down

  • Referencing His/Her Ex’s Technique

    Why must you do that? In referencing an ex’s technique during sex, you’re doing two things. 1) You’re comparing what your ex did to what your current partner is doing, which is beyond not cool and also not fair. 2) You’re being rude. That can easily change the whole mood. If you think your Ex was more better you would have sticked with Him/Her or if you think the other way, Why not shut up and Enjoy the moment.

  • Not Saying Anything At All (Silence)

    Sex (especially great sex) is about communicating and giving your partner some sort of hint as to what’s going on, that shows you enjoying the whole action, And maybe a compliment after the action. Silence during sex is a total mood killer. Keeps both parties wondering if he/she really killed it or was just a total time waster.

  • sex_fleekngArguing About Protection

    Unless you’re in a committed relationship in which birth control methods have been discussed and decided upon, arguing about condom use is pretty much the worst thing one can do during sex. It’s will not only kill the mood, but it can also keep you thinking about how many people this person has had unprotected sex with, or does he/she have some kind of STDs

  • Making Disapproving Faces (Mostly Ladies)

    If you don’t like what your partner is doing, then tell them straight. It’s really childish to make a face when something is a bit off or he/she does something you don’t really like instead of communicating that you’d prefer something else.

  • Calling Out The Wrong Name

    Yes, Most are guilty of forgetting the name of that occasional one-night stand. This mostly happens with the men, you wouldn’t realize when you would be like “Oh, Oluchi” or Sandra When you obviously with Annabel 😀 So to be safe side, it’s always best to just yell out, “Oh, yeah!”

  • Checking Your Phone When They Get A Text

    Whether it’s a text or a phone call, it can wait. It’s bad enough when people check their phone on a date, but mid-sex? Come on It’s annoying. Anyone who does that is basically saying that they’re not very present in what’s going on between the sheets. STOP IT!

  • Acting Annoyed That It’s Taking A Little While For Their Partner To Orgasmposition4_0_fleekng

    Not everyone can orgasm so easily. In general, it takes ladies about 15 to 20 minutes to orgasm, and that’s not even counting the 25 percent of women who just can’t through vaginal intercourse alone. But whether your partner is a man or a woman, if you’re going to be annoyed that you have to put in a little extra effort for them, then you’re being an ass.
  • Not Getting Consent To Do Something A Little Different

    If you want to come on your partner’s chest or face, use a dildo, or try anal or some other things you haven’t tried with him/her then you don’t just go for it without talking about it first. Consent is sexy, and no one wants a body part in their vagina or butt without preparing themselves first, because OUCH.

  • Not Kissing

    Remember why she didn’t kiss? Because it was too intimate. If you’re with someone and you don’t kiss them, it definitely comes off as insulting, because it conveys that you either don’t want to or find them dirty in some way. If you’re going to bed with someone and they want to kiss you, then kiss them back.

  • Pushing His/Her Head Down As A Way To Initiate Oral

    I’d like to think that this behavior stopped when we graduated from secondary school, but I fear that for some people, it’s the only way for them to express that they want oral sex(A Head). Nope. Don’t do It’s never OK to go about it that way. STOP IT!

  • sex_man_fleekngRushing Through Foreplay

    Foreplay gets us nice and wet for the main event, and the longer it’s extended, the easier it can be for us to orgasm. Rushing it is just a total bummer, and unfair. If you have no place to be, then take your time and enjoy it.

  • Saying “Eww” Or “Hmmm”To Anything

    Fact: Sometimes there’s blood from a period that just ended, or awful or strange smells, or unexpected bodily fluids. Whatever it is, it’s not worthy of an “eww.” or “hmmm” meaning it’s disgust you Saying that will just make your partner feel bad and that’s just disappointing and mean.

  • Farting And Not Apologizing (Or Passing The Blame)

    People occasionally fart during sex. It may have happened to the most of us. So when it does, it’s important to apologize and have a quick giggle, as opposed to treating it like the elephant in the room. Also, don’t pass the blame. Saying, “It wasn’t me,” when it totally was just makes the person you’re with feel self-conscious. Own the fact that you farted, we all are humans, Our body is not programed.

  • Faking It (Ladies)

    First of all, faking an orgasm and making false sounds, it is a huge disservice to yourself. Secondly, it’s huge disservice to your partner, because you’re lying to them — and if they’ve had enough sex in their life, they can tell when you’re faking it, anyway. Faking it is unfair to everyone involved, and while great sex doesn’t always have to end in an orgasm, it definitely shouldn’t end with either one of you lying about having climaxed.

    Those are facts i could point out, you could add yours in the comment bellow ..

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