I'm a pretty eccentric kind of guy. I've written short stories before but never erotica before. So... I don't really know what to put here, guess I'll fill it out later.
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I'm curious, what precisely prevented you from showing her any signs of desire during the past three years? Being bloody frightened of losing her friendship. And the fact that I feel more than a tad intimidated by her.
I'm with Billy. Life is too short to be nervous or scared about telling someone how you feel. If she doesn't feel the same way, brush it off and stay friends. Clearly you've got a great friendship, just go from there. If she is into you, even better. Don't hate on her if she doesn't feel the same way, though. Don't be petty. No girl likes that. I couldn't hate her, I value her friendship too much to resent a rejection for longer than a moment. I'm just terrified that I'd lose her friendship through the admission.
There's a girl who goes to the university next time mine. We've been friends for three years and I really enjoy her company. She's smart, beautiful and I've been kind of head over heels for her since freshman year. Any words of advice for how I should tell her without choking like a chicken trying to gargle a bowling ball?
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Did it, still am in love with her. Nothing's happened and nothing probably will. Being in love with someone who is over 4,000 miles away tends to.... complicate things.
My first time was in my Senior year of highschool. And oh hell yes if I could go back I would change something. I would run like hell to get away from that girl. She turned out to be a nightmare wrapped up in a horror show.
Speaking a guy of average height, a lot of the girls I've been attracted to are taller than me. Ultimately though it doesn't matter, I don't feel threatened by kissing a girl who I'm shorter than, or being in bed with her. That being said, there's something insanely comforting about being able to rest your chin on top of a girl's head when you're hugging her. It's the simple pleasures in life.
Speaking for myself, I really think a woman is most beautiful first thing in the morning, or in the instance before sleep. It's not about make up, it's about... A sense of openness, I guess. The feeling I have being that if the woman I'm with is comfortable letting me see her in that kind of, moment of "vulnerability" then that confidence and trust is a thing of beauty.
I don't know how often its mixed signals or just me being completely and utterly clueless to the point where really, really obvious signals go right over my head. But I've had times, most notably right now with someone on my floor in college where I can't for the life of me tell if she's flirting with intent to get into bed or just being friendly.
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