I have to go. 1
It sucks when a man doesn't undersand that the cuddling and intimacy after sex are more important than what happens before and during the act.
You remind me of my ex. 2
To me, this phrase can end even a 50-year-old marriage! It's not jealousy--unless you get married when you're 15 years old, we all have more or less a past. It's for lack of sensitivity. What idiot would say such a thing?
Where's the remote? 3
Electronics of any kind, magazines, books--all these have to be avoided at all costs after having sex. Basically, they KILL the mood.
I bet no one has ever touched you like this before! 5
There are many men and women that go around requesting that you evaluate their sexual prowess. Don't do this. And be afraid if he asks you: This is a sign of a worrisome insecurity.
What are you thinking about? 6
Okay, this is one that we women are more guilty of uttering than men, but whatever the case, this is a really bad one. They don't have to get inside our heads. For our part, we have to pretend that we don't care what's in theirs. And honestly, if you have to know, wait for a better moment!
Was that all? 7
This phrase denotes a lack of any sense of respect, elegance, and just human dignity. Even if it's said as a joke, after many years together. Not good!
I think we should break up. 8
It may sound crazy, but many people have done this. Men--and I apologize to all you sensitive ones out there--just want to get it on one last time before breaking up. It's really not a good thing to break things off after sex. No, it's beyond not good, it's HORRIBLE.
A shower? 9
Honestly, it's absolutely insulting when after an orgasm, one of the two of you immediately run to take a shower or tells the other that he needs to wash off. The message is: You're dirty. If it's so important, why not just make the shower another seduction tactic?