10 Things You Should Never Ever Say During Sex

10 Things You Should Never Ever Say During Sex

Ladies, because some things are better left unsaid.

We’ve all probably gotten a little carried away in the heat of the moment at some point, but saying the wrong thing in bed can bring even the best sexy time to a screeching halt.
Ladies, keep your lips sealed for here are 10 things you should never, ever say in bed.

1. “Can you finish now? I have a meeting.”

10 Things You Should Never Ever Say During Sex

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Sure, sometimes all you’re really longing for is a quickie – plus, you have to get on a conference call in 30 minutes. Your partner will understand, right? No sweetie, he won’t!

2. “My ex used to…”

Oh boy, do you really want to go there? Never compare your man to your ex-boyfriend/husband. Especially not in bed!

3. Any form of baby talk

Just, don’t. Nothing kills the mood faster than the tone of voice usually reserved for your toddler.

4. “Is it in yet?”

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NEVER! We know men SERIOUSLY stress about their penis size, so this is a no brainer. Even if you’re thinking it… don’t say it.

5. “Thanks”

Nothing makes someone feel used more than saying “thank you” after a romp in the sack.

6. “You woke me up for that?”

No no no. Sex is meant to be fun. Stop killing the mood with your bad behaviour and crass words.

7. “Let’s make a baby…”

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… when you’ve never had this conversation before. Nope, bad timing honey.

8. “Gosh, I’ll just do it myself”

Sure masturbation can be mind-blowing but don’t throw in the towel if your partner isn’t getting you there. Show him what works and what feels good.

9. Any mention of your mum or dad

You may also want to remove photos of your parents from your nightstand.

10. “What are you thinking about right now?”

He’s thinking of how not to answer that.

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Written by

Pavin Chopra

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