The guy just moved cross country.
And yea, it seems like it was his move, but an incredibly passive and weak one. If you want to make something happen, you're probably going to have to make the move.
It goes without saying that you're setting yourself up for more bad sex.
And yea, you can entertain guests on your bed. Didn't you guys go to college? Or have roommates?
It's actually kind of a bummer living alone since people naturally head to my living room and then I have to work them into the bedroom, rather than just starting there. :P
Kitchen counter only works with exceptionally tall guys, and then you just keep hitting your head on cabinets. Not as hot as it would seem.
Your apartment has a couple of rooms. And you didn't offer me the toilet, shots, OR boning.
Kitchen counter can work pretty well if you're being bent over it and the heights are not too drastically different.
And why would having sex while you're waiting for test results be any different than sex any other time,as long as you use appropriate protection?
Last edited by Courtney; 10-25-2012 at 08:40 PM.
I'm talking kinda out of my ass because its this one insist where a nurse gave this huge speech to me or maybe just my brain filling in the blank the first time I ever got check out I was scared out of my mind.Note I didn't have anything but I was a wreck about some of the hood rats I banged or got blown by.
but seriously it's pretty awkward to walk into some chicks house for the first time and face her roommates when everyone knows why you came over. Unless the the chick and her roommate are both 8's then you split your bet. Never split 10's.
You can never know with 100% certainty whether you have STDs. Some shit doesn't always show up on tests. And, at least with my circle of friends, getting tested is just a normal checkup thing the same way you would get you cholesterol tested or something. It doesn't necessarily mean you think there is a higher risk something might be up.
If you were waiting for test results, had sex, then found out you have an STD, would you still wonder if you passed it on or maybe wish you waited until you got the results back? Even if it was protected. If not, why was it important enough to get tested for in the first place?
Statistically, whether you have sex one day before you get tested, or one day after you get tested, the probability that you will pass on an STD to your partner is identical.
Yes, of course you should not be having sex if you think there is a possibility you could be passing something on. But I'm just saying that whether or not you are in the process of waiting for test results does not change that fact.
Are you really that dumb? Her point was that if you fuck some one the day before you get tested, or fuck someone the day after, no matter what, the test results are meaningless. (Presuming you consider condom protected sex to be a risk). For most STIs can not be detected within a week of being infected. You're looking at 2 weeks to 3 months of history to have accurate results. So unless you're going to forgo having sex for 3 months and then get tested for the full battery of them, you can't really be certain of the results.
I think Courtney was saying that the best policy is to always use condoms and get tested regularly, anyway.