Monday, December 15, 2008

Is it threesome weekend?

Posted By on Mon, Dec 15, 2008 at 7:00 AM

Some times I wonder how I'm drawn into the conversations that I have. For instance, around 1:30 a.m. Sunday, I get a phone call from a friend in Atlanta.

During the course of our phone call, we ended up talking about the fact that a guy she has a huge crush on asked her to participate in a threesome.

"What did you say?" I asked her.

"I said hell no."

"Well, was it going to be two men or you and another girl?"

"It was going to be me and some other girl. But I was tempted to tell him that he can barely satisfy one woman. What the hell is he going to do with two?"

Interesting question, I thought. Most men would like to think they are a stud in bed, but generally, the man comes first. But as I listened to my friend talk about her invitation to a threesome, I thought about the converstation I had a Starbuck's the day before. A male friend of mine had a threesome that he really enjoyed.

But who does the threesome really benefit? The women or the man getting all the attention? And why are men willing to hop into bed with two women but balk at the idea of two men and one woman?

With all this threesome talk going on around me, I shouldn't have been surprised when I got a call from my ex-boyfriend on Sunday. Guess what he wanted to know, if I would be the third party in a threesome with he and his girlfriend.

My reply?

"How about you join me and my boyfriend?"

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