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I just want to know. He said they both happend around the same time. To me I think he is telling a lie. If not how is it possible???

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Yes, it's possible. The period of time it takes between ejaculatory orgasms for men is called the "refractory period" -- and it can be very short, for some guys, or very long, for others, or anywhere in between.

It is eminently possible for someone to have two wet dreams in fairly close succession.

Besides, why would you care if he was lying or not? And, maybe more importantly, why on earth would he want to lie about something like that anyway?

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