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What could be the reason my S/O comes home from work dead tired but Horney!
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An_244706 posted:
This past couple of months my S/O comes home from work tired as can be but very horney! I can't figure this out! We have been together for 7.5 years and in the beginning of our relationship we couldn't get enough of each other, He used to wake me up ready for me early in the morning but not anymore, I always have liked mine in the evening at bed time but am usually open to quickies or whatnot. Now with this change he comes home and its like someone got him started at work and he wants me to finish it or something! Am I wrong for feeling this way?
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hairyd responded:
I would not be concerned were he (or She) got started. I would be damn should I gave my 110 %. So his (Her) package would be unloaded with me. Don't sweat the short stuff; but enjoy the BIG stuff.
Stay HEALTH, you are the the fastest Sperm from your Father.
 
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lostlove2011 replied to hairyd's response:
would not care either.. sometimes i look at porn at work, free wi fi, great perk.. haha. and i cant wait to get home.. it could be as harmless as my situation, or he could be getting a little turned on by a sexy skirt, or he could just be thinking about you, how much he loves you and the last time you had sex, and it got his mojo going.. enjoy it!! trust me, life can get pretty harsh, this is nothing to concern yourself with...


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