So according to my guy friends and plenty of things I've read online, guys want a girl who is "a lady on the street and a freak in the sheets." A girl who is sugar plum sweet and exchanges casserole recipes with your mom, but turns it on Jenna Jameson style behind closed doors. Guys, am I about accurate here?
Well, one of my friends called me on Tuesday in a bit of a quandary regarding an experience he had with this "ideal" girl. For confidentiality reasons, I'll call her Peggy (dude, you know I really just keep forgetting whats-her-face's name!). Peggy is a polite girl from a small town who has never done drugs in her life, doesn't get drunk and doesn't even swear. Peggy, what the figgity-fuck woman?! She alluded to the fact that she could count her sexual partners on one hand (all of whom were serious boyfriends), and after a few weeks of dating my friend, she sealed the deal. Sealed.it.tight.
Apparently ol' Peggy is one wild bobcat. She was super-aggressive, flipping around in a million different positions and pleasuring herself like a nun using a vibrator for the first time. (Ok, so I'm pretty sure that doesn't make sense, but whateves). Basically, Pegs went at it super freaky-deaky like on the first go 'round. While I'm sure most guys would be pumped about this, my friend was a bit weirded-out—well, more shocked than anything. You know, it was kinda like how Jim felt in American Pie when Michelle demanded he scream her name...BITCH!
I can totally understand this. If you think someone is one way, and then they are totallly opposite of that image, it kinda makes you wonder what else she's hiding. (Of course, being a dead fish in the sack isn't cool either, but geeze.) And holy cow, Peggy did all of this without being drunk! She seems like a nice girl, but my advice was to take things slooow. I think she could have a bit of crazy in her, and it will come out over time. Plus, from other things I know about Peggy, she wants to be married like yesterday, so I bet she was using the "I'll be the best he's ever had" tactic to really reel him in. FYI, girls, it doesn't really work that way—at least not in the long term if the guy doesn't actually really like you, too.
So let's discuss: Do you think it is strange or understandable for a guy to be a bit spooked in a situation like this? Does anyone have any similar experiences to share?!