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Angelfire
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I am curious about something: yesterday when having dry sex with my boyfriend he came, from what he said three times, and did not even notice. The same thing happened a couple of weeks ago when we were just making out. I thought that guys could tell if they are about to ejaculate?
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Typical Young and Dumb Teenager?
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Actually, my boyfriend and I have went over this, and he said that he could. So, since he is a guy, I'm going to presume that your boyfriend could tell before it was coming.


Now, I hardly doubt that he came three times during dry sex and never noticed. Were his pants off? I mean, I'm going to go out on a limb here and say that maybe he realized that he was about to come a little too late and didn't have time to get up or whatnot, but not knowing at all seems a little ridiculous to me.

Are you sure he came three times? His pants or your pants/body, depending on what clothing was being worn or not, would have been wet. Although cum isn't really strong enough to travel through clothing, coming once would have been enough to set off a sign that it had happened because his pants/your body or pants would have been, at the least, damp.

It sort of sounds like to me that he may be telling a little white lie though. Not to mention it would have took him at least a minute or so to be able to hold a steady erection, if not longer. I also think that this would be pretty noticeable..


By all means though, correct me if I'm wrong; I would like to know for sure myself, if my answer is wrong.. for future references. [Smile]

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Leabug
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Actually, just for the record, guys definately can be caught off-guard with ejaculation. This is part of why withdrawal isn't a great choice for birth control- sometimes guys can't pull out in time! However it does seem unlikely to me that he wouldn't notice having ejaculated after it happened, let alone having ejaculated three times.

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Angelfire
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Typical no i am not completely sure about him coming three times but he told me that he had a wet patch on both sides of his pants (we were both fully clothed with the exception of him topless) and came once when he went to the toilet.

However Leabug may be right when saying that he is being caught off-guard as he says that he has noticed in previous times that he has been able to tell if he is about to come

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