Okay take it for what it’s worth and no butt hurt is meant to anyone but I do not get the whole fetish thing.  I mean I totally understand certain sexual things turn people on.  I think sex is supposed to turn people on and there is a healthy level and naughty can still be healthy.  However, there is a dark side that may not be a healthy place to play.  It seems when someone cross that boundary they almost give themselves over to a level of lust that is creepy.  Naughty becomes nasty, chat feels like your being manipulated.  Ever talk to someone that wears their fetish like a badge of honor?  No matter the discussion it gets steered to serve their lust.  You are chatting away and he asks how Hawaii was.  My response I loved it.  His response I’ll bet your feet looked so delicious.  I mean come on!  That is a pretty tame example, but really do I want to hear from a guy with a foot fetish that my feet probably looked delicious.  “Shivers”  Yeah it is disturbing.  This may come as a total surprise to many but normal guys are actually a real turn on.  Normal guys like sex, are horny, but they walk on the healthy side of naughty.  The flirty comments come as well but without the shivers.  It’s okay to have something turn you on but don’t let it consume you to the point it controls you.  When your needs become selfish and you don’t know the difference between a normal conversation and the perceived impression that a chat is an invitation to get you off you may need some help.  We are like a frozen stick of butter.  Heat us up a little and it’s awesome.  Nuke us too long and you got nothing to spread.  👻

One thought on ““Shivers”

  1. I’ve felt your shivers before & can sympathize. The art of conversation & respect is lost on many these days and it’s sad. Be kinky with the one you love or at the very least one who shares with you=that’s it. If you aren’t getting invitations=don’t offer. Lastly, play in your own league: don’t drop down to the minors or advance to the majors & play at the same level=someone is going to “get hurt” or weirded out.

    Mind you these are observations, not learned from mistakes carried out by yours truly. 🤓

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