I was just wondering what most of you out there would consider a good average time intercourse should last. not all the playing before hand, but the time a mans penis spends with the womans vagina lol lol. 5 mins 10 mins 20 mins ?? just curious what most of you had experinced in the past, and are there any record breakers out there for shortest time or longest time. lol lol.
I have had the few minutes for a quickie in a elevator or public place.. But if I do not have more than 15 minutes for humping. I wait for later in the day or night. With practice my normal time with penis in vagina, butt or mouth is 30 to 60 minutes average.... Musiician what is your average rocking time in her body?
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Well if Im good and excited 10 minutes at tops, but since middle age has crept in probably more like 20-25 minutes for climax. So the latter applies to me more frequently now . When I was 18 though just getting close to the v could trigger an eruption.
I usually get really worked up, so average for me is usually no more than 10-15 minutes. It has been a while for me so next time a young lady is on the recieving end of my love it may be shorter than that lol. I'd like to figure out a way to control myself a little more and go a little longer.
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