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Best and worst things you've ever heard (or, fess up, said) at the point of orgasm?

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Best and worst things you've ever heard (or, fess up, said) at the point of orgasm?

"Meow!" 

—That's What She Said, 24, straight

 

One time I roared like a lion. I don't even know where it came from, but she loved it. 

—Brave Little Lion Man, 33, 10(?) partners, straight

 

"I'm pregnant!" 

—Ex-oh, 23, 5 partners, straight

 

"Get out of me! My mom's home!" 

—Happily In Love Temporarily, 34, 73 partners, straight

 

Worst: "Are you ready for that hot beef injection?" Which got me laughing so hard he lost his erection. 

—Deli, 27, 15 partners, straight

 

"What happened?" Probably the best and worst, I suppose. 

—Moody, 24, 9 partners, straight

 

Worst, at the brink of a terrible, failing relationship: "I wish things were different ... 

I wish you were different." Sticks with me to this day. 

—Anonymous, 30, 15 partners, straight

 

Worst: "Baby, stop, I'm married" ... real mood killer. Best was, "Baby, this is nice, but not as nice as your sister was last night," with her knowing I was out with her sister the night before. Held on till I got mine, grabbed my clothes and ran out the door. ... She called me back over a few days later for more. LOL. 

—Chuwie, 43, 200+ partners, straight

 

I had one guy who liked the word "cunt" to describe me at that time. Let's just say, I got tired of it after a while. 

—Nannette, 49, 11 partners, straight

 

"Fuck my cunt!" It was a man saying it. 

—Jose Queervo, 31, 45 partners, gay

 

"I can't feel my hands, why can't I feel my hands," was the best. 

—Marie Fitzgerald, 25, 6 partners, straight

 

Best and Worst: "Your breath smells like milk." 

—Bill Pooch, 30, 3 partners, straight

 

Best: "Come inside me!" Worst: "Don't come inside me!" 

—Lucky Mud, 22, 5 partners, bi

 

"Hank Williams!" 

—Theo, 28, 200+ partners, straight

 

Wasn't listening. 

—Usual, 33, partners: "no way," gay 

 

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