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He gets sloppy when making out..


Question Posted Sunday October 2 2011, 5:00 pm

21-female

My boyfriend can be a good kisser -at times. But sometimes he just gets too excited/too into it and it starts getting sloppy when we make out. I try to just slow him down when he does this, but it's gross when it's just all wet and sloppy haha. I know it's just because he gets so into it and gets really horny but that doesn't mean he can eat my face!! I don't want to embarrass him or even ruin our intimate moment when we're making out by telling him to not be so sloppy (in a nicer way of course) I don't know what I can do, has anyone else had this problem!?


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purpleredd answered Friday October 7 2011, 8:21 pm:
ive not had this problem, but the best way to slow a guy down is to do so; if hes trying to "warm/feel you up" just take his hand off of where it is, you dont have to say anything but just gently take his hand off of wherever it may be. it hes getting alittle sloppy i just the trick: (it makes guys go CRAZY) just take your two fingers agiast his lips and and just whisper "shhh" softly in his ears and drag your lips down alittle lower than his ear and glide your lips down until you reach his lips and kiss him softly. he will be DROOOLING over you ;)

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nothinggirl answered Tuesday October 4 2011, 12:35 pm:
That does suck, i mean i've had i guy be sloppy as well the one thing you can do is be in control so you make the first move to kiss him and when he starts getting sloppy get on top of him that helps alot because that why you're in control of the kisses. Just be the aggersive one and tease him a little bit.

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orphans answered Monday October 3 2011, 12:10 pm:
My girlfriend did with me, and she told me straight. While you're making out, just stop and wipe your face and say something like "ahh, too sloppy. Im going to get a drink" or something, and he'll get the message. I did. Think of it more as constructive criticism, rather than an insult.

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