Well, I found the vibrator in the bag of other adult toys I have. Heh, I guess I got (ahem) carried away and forgot to put it back where I normally keep it. Better there hidden up in my closet than in the bath toys with Ariel!
And hey, Dad's House and any other male readers out there, is a dildo less intimidating than a vibrator?
I'm just curious because I have heard men say that they couldn't possibly compete with a vibrating machine that runs on batteries. I get that. I just wonder if a dildo freaks out guys too? Does it worry men to discover that a woman knows what she wants and how to please herself?
Sometimes I wonder what guys really think about this stuff...
Oh and I told my soldier about the Pickle Boy/booty call experience.
He said that the reason the guy didn't want to "just hang out" after I said no to the booty call is because I "shot him down" and it hurt his ego. My soldier said that PB was most likely pursuing my friendship with hopes of a romantic relationship with me. Of course he wouldn't want to see me after I said no to the sex. A man's ego is a delicate thing.
Ya know, it would be different had PB said that he was interested in me, we went out and enjoyed each other, maybe kissed a little. To me, that is how you show a woman that you'd like to go further. (Though he doesn't stand a chance next to my soldier!)
I told my soldier that I felt objectified because PB asked if he could spend the night before we even went OUT!
My soldier said, "Yes, I definitely don't agree with his technique of asking for sex before the evening even started."
Can I just say, for future reference to all the men out there, that this is NOT the best way to pursue a relationship with a woman?!
I still don't think a relationship was what Pickle Boy was after. I think my soldier just assumes that another guy would want to pursue me for a relationship because, well, he thinks I'm quite a catch.
Hee hee! I love him for that.