That was strange.  

Ofaceadmirer 39M
18 posts
6/14/2018 3:01 am
That was strange.

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Ofaceadmirer 39M
10 posts
6/14/2018 3:02 am

I overthink things.


chocolates52 66F  
786 posts
6/14/2018 3:19 am

being with couples is a lot of fun if everyone has the same attitude about it and relaxes and enjoys all of the experience I have done it several times and don't regret any

laugh love be happy


Ofaceadmirer 39M
10 posts
6/14/2018 4:13 am

I know what cuckold is, and I’m not averse to being involved in it.

Respectfully, I think you’ve missed the point of my blog posting.

What I am bothered about is being involved in what for the couple could be a very major experiment, when they haven’t tried anything simpler or safer first, cams, same room with another couple, to name but two.

I wouldn’t try to negotiate time with her on her own. Cuckold is what they were trying for, and if she’s with a strange man, she might feel safer with her husband nearby.

I’m glad that she took the role play in that direction, because It’s better for me to figure out my approach behind a keyboard than it is to flap around in front of them. But it was an exploration that I hadn’t expected.


TicklePlease 50F  
10734 posts
6/14/2018 4:44 am

I didn't read this as a cuckold situation... more like a fun threesome for her. I'd say don't overthink it, offer to talk in person about it. Make sure everybody is on the same page with rules (condoms, kissing, likes/dislikes) and then have some fun! I'm betting they've probably at least discussed it, and if they haven't, you'll know when she declines to meet as a couple.


perfumedgal3 69F  
103 posts
6/14/2018 6:37 am

I guess I missed if you actually met, or just in the talking about it stage. I would think they've already discussed having another person even if only to try it. If it's something all three people have discussed an interest in, even if just out of curiosity, then I'd probably go for it just so no one ever has to wonder "what if". If they're a strong couple and after find it's not for them, then they can move on. You wouldn't be responsible for any negative outcome


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