Some men (and women) are lets say 'easily pleased', than what others are. Sometimes it can involve a lot of foreplay beforehand, other people can jump straight into it. Some men can hold out for longer than others.
I vaguely remember reading that its around 7 minutes give or take a minute, but don't hold me to that as could be wrong.
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Report This| Share this:Sexual IntercourseDepends on your stamina I guess!<br /> <br />Some men (and women) are lets say 'easily pleased', than what others are.<br />Sometimes it can involve a lot of foreplay beforehand, other people can jump straight into it.<br />Some men can hold out for longer than others. <br /> <br />I vaguely remember reading that its around 7 minutes give or take a minute, but don't hold me to that as could be wrong.
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