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For example - OLD: I am not a big fan of back-and-forth texting before you met, however sometimes schedules are such that you end up planning for a week or two out. Well, so I will take the side of the poster you were replying to here and actually you will find it not that uncommon, depending on how you met.added by Shao for Gezai on 27.08.2019 in 01:42
Enjoy the fact that he has two women that he likes a lot. As awesome as I am, his girlfriend is awesome too (I know her; we were in grad school together. He's only doing what a normal man would do. And the guy I was seeing -- he's not a bad person. Small world deal). And they've got history that I don't have with him. I don't really blame him for not knowing what to do.added by Aqualung for Gezai on 27.08.2019 in 21:20
Also the male and female genital anatomies work in very different ways (there are plenty of posts on it elsewhere on this site). It isn’t as if I am anti-porn, I use to watch it occasionally (like a couple times a month, if that) before I got involved with my boyfriend but didn’t understand why my boyfriend wanted that kind of gratification over me especially since I never fantasize myself with another. Some answers I got was that it “relieved stress” “less tiring than sex” and “something to do when bored”. I was extremely hurt by his lying to me (even though, a friend pointed out, that it was a catch-22) and we almost broke up over it. He and his boyfriend look at porn with each other’s knowledge and are completely okay with it. I talked it over with a close guy friend who is in a similar live-in monogamous relationship and explained how a lot of men cannot explain the behavior itself. Recently I found out that my live-in boyfriend of two years has been looking at porn since the beginning of our relationship. This was the second time I found out since I believed him when he told me that he was going to stop looking at porn. There are just some fundamental differences between people’s (not just genders) sexuality and their views of it.