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IckiNicki
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Okay, so i gave my first handjob and i don't know if i did it well enough.
He started twitching his body about halfway through, and a whole lot after he cummed,
What does the twitching mean? Is It A Bad Thing Or A Good Thing? Or does it vary on the individual??
HELP

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fireflyboy
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Well I can't comment on how other people react, but the twitching was most likely because of extreme enjoyment of the "activity".

Edit: Don't be worried about whether you did a good job or a bad job, it would be like getting yourself breakfast in the morning, or making a sandwich, unless your homer simpson or something, there's nearly no possible way to stuff it up, besides, I don't think your boyfriend would judge you on that anyway.

[ 10-12-2010, 03:19 AM: Message edited by: fireflyboy ]

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Carpe Diem
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That sort of thing can often be linked to the process of orgasm. And since you said that he ejaculated, that's likely what it was related to.

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Hi IckiNicki, By no means is this a bad thing! It does vary from person to person and from one time to another for the same person too. It is simply an intense reaction to the stimulus he is receiving; I might add that it often very pleasurable.

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lucidkitty
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it sounds like he was enjoying it.
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Michael.RN
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If you got him to finish, he enjoyed himself... The twitching is most likely a good thing...
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Yesman
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From personal experience I would say that it is extreme pleasure. Because I know when I come I twitch hecticly too. For me its more of a whole body movement then just a small twitch. I Would say there is nothin to worry about at all because it is actually a good sign
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Heather
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It might help you to take a look at this: With Pleasure: A View of Whole Sexual Anatomy for Every Body.

Most of what goes on with ALL of us, whatever our gender, when it comes to sexual pleasure and response is about our central nervous system. So, things like twitching, shivering, shaking...these are all very common.

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Jill2000Plus
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quote:
Originally posted by fireflyboy:
Edit: Don't be worried about whether you did a good job or a bad job, it would be like getting yourself breakfast in the morning, or making a sandwich, unless your homer simpson or something, there's nearly no possible way to stuff it up

You have no idea how many times I've accidentally tilted my cereal bowl a little too much and spilt some. I may be putting in excessive amounts of milk.

I twitch when I orgasm, I think, I quiver/shudder/shiver (in a good way), it's pretty common as I understand it. Even my boyfriend's penis twitches when he's being stimulated (sorry if that's TMI, but it supports my point).

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ilovenerds
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I twitch like that as well, it's just from the pleasure [Smile]
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