Added: Garren Longley - Date: 11.10.2021 02:18 - Views: 42804 - Clicks: 639
Unless you happened to live with a partner before quarantine or shacked up with a person you were casually seeing as things started to go south, your horny levels are probably reaching astronomical heights right about now. But there's also no end in sight to the sex-hiatus, so a nation turns its horny eyes to you, sexting.
A study by Drexel University found that most adults have sexted before and virtually everyone is receptive to it. Like real sex, working up to the moment works wonders. Unless that's your kink.
Unless that's their kink. Those are all classic lonely-horny sentiments that perfectly segue into something spicier. Speaking of the segue The door's been opened, you're ready to make a move. If your pivot message garners a similarly horny response, then you can turn up the heat and get a little dirtier with your next message, or ask for a sexy pic if you've swapped those before. Sexting means trying to tly paint a picture of what you would do if you two were in the same room. It'll invite your sexting partner to do the same.
Like re-watching 30 Rock or The Office or The Sopranosyou'll get to relive all the parts you loved. Simply telling your partner what feels good works wonders. But like a Sade album, time-tested and infallible. Maybe not with that phrase exactly.
But: sexting, at its essence, exists so two people jerking off alone can do it together. Remember to ask your partner questions! And then what?
Sexting is like cartoons, in that logic doesn't apply in these chat bubbles. You can sext about things that are not possible in real life. You can pick someone up and fuck them against a wall when in real life you haven't done leg day in three years. Role play as Gravity fanfic if Sandra Bullock and George Clooney had sex in the dark void of space if, as ever, that's your kink.
The laws of science don't apply to horniness in sext form. An eggplant emoji is barely a sitcom punchline at this point. None of your sexts should have emoji in them.
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