RE: Do girls have dirty minds?

The other night I saw one of my ex's friends looking very sexy. I had never see him like this before and flirted with him all night. All I could think was how I wanted him to fuck me right there and for my ex to catch us. The greater the risk, the greater the turn on. But my self control and common decency kicked in--the burden of being a girl, I suppose. I knew that if I fucked him in the backroom, stories would spread about me being easy, while his behavior would be dismissed as a guy thing.

An innocent girl's smile can mean a lot of things. I smile a lot when I'm thinking something dirty. If it's really dirty, I blush. Girls are always thinking dirty thoughts. It's in our nature. A lot of times you can tell by the way a girl looks at you. Constant eye contact is a surefire way of knowing she wants you. Otherwise she might have an eye problem. If she's eye-humping you, she's thinking about fucking you.

As for the girl in the elevator, I wouldn't be surprised if she was having dirty thoughts herself. Most women won't make the first move, unless they're very ballsy. It's up to the guy to say hello.

Yes, -ons or try to fuck men the instant we meet them. This stems from the fact that when we're young, we're expected to control our desires much more so than men.

I think of dirty things all the time no matter where I am. I'll see a good looking guy and almost instantly wonder what it would feel like to have him inside me, or as you mentioned, bending me over a pool table. Regardless, women contain these dirty thoughts because they are secondary. Above sexual satisfaction, women want respect and loyalty, which we can't get unless we act like ladies.

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