I've just walked in on ds1 having sex.

(40 Posts)
lilibet Sun 02-Oct-11 18:46:23

shock He's 18, his girlfriend is nearly 17. I babbled something about him having hoovered his bedroom (wtf??) and walked out again.

We all have to eat a meal together in an hour, this is going to be fun hmm

What on earth do i say and do? I've had he safe sex talk with him so I'm confident on that score, she's a very mature 16 and they have been together a few months.

I have no idea how to react. And would I have reacted differently if it has been 16 year old dd?

I need wine but can't as i have to drive ds2's girlfriend home after tea.

DownbytheRiverside Sun 02-Oct-11 18:48:49

Don't you knock?
That'll larn you.
Unless you banned him from having sex under your roof, he hasn't done anything wrong.

NinjaSlipper Sun 02-Oct-11 18:50:43

oh dear, they are probably more mortified.

Take 'em a cuppa and a hob nob grin

lilibet Sun 02-Oct-11 18:53:03

I don't knock but I'm always very* loud* before I go in the door

LydiaWickham Sun 02-Oct-11 18:53:17

Oh dear lord - well, they will both be mortified, and she will be terrified. So, when they come downstairs for dinner, best CBeebies presenter smile on your face and say "well, that was terribly embarrassing, shall we all just pretend it didn't happen? Great, it's XXX for dinner. Hope you've washed your hands." (perhaps not saying the last bit)

RattusRattus Sun 02-Oct-11 18:54:55

What Lydia said, plus an apology for not knocking.

PonceyMcPonce Sun 02-Oct-11 18:55:10

Argh. Do you want to boil your brain?

LynetteScavo Sun 02-Oct-11 18:55:49

Ewwww...they were under the covers, not doggy style or anything. That would be embarrassing.

DH was looking for a property for us to rent once, and walked in on a couple having sex in one of the top bedrooms. We liked the house enough to rent it (I looked at it another day) - But DH got quite annoyed when I referred to that room as "the shag room"

ClartyScutter Sun 02-Oct-11 18:55:57

do nothing, i walked in on DS2 and a g/f a while back, i don't think even know he knows i did as they were <ahem> very distracted!

if you didn't lock eyes with either of them, ignore.

they won't thank you for embarrassing them further

Elderberries Sun 02-Oct-11 18:57:02

Think you should knock....Well you will now!

NinjaSlipper Sun 02-Oct-11 18:57:56

My mum walked in on me and DH having a quckie over the bad, a-la pants round ankles, when we were about 17. DH jumped up and did the deed in his own pants.

I wanted to DIE.

bigTillyMint Sun 02-Oct-11 18:58:53

Well, that'll teach you to knock / shout / whatever and WAIT to be asked in grin

How embarassing grin

Tortington Sun 02-Oct-11 18:59:09

bet you'll knock in future pmsl.

i had to tell ds to be more quiet or put some music on grin

ZZZenAgain Sun 02-Oct-11 19:00:26

oops! Tell us how the meal goes

Call a cab and bleach your brain with alcohol

GetOrfMo1Land Sun 02-Oct-11 19:01:35

I would do what Lydia said - be no nonsense and straightforward.

Perhaps they are both upstairs looking at each other like Munch's the Scream and saying 'what the hell do we do now'

SoupDragon Sun 02-Oct-11 19:01:38

go with what Lydia said.
Save the apology about knocking for later when it's just you and DS.

GetOrfMo1Land Sun 02-Oct-11 19:02:36

Or play the double entendre game.

'ooh DS there is a documentary about SPERM WHALES on tv, shall we watch that after tea, or that programme on Sky about SEXtuplets'

said Sun 02-Oct-11 19:03:44

shock at couple having sex when people viewing the house. Must have been deliberate.

Poor you OP, you'll have to very brisk and breezy and rictus-grinned now. >>> grin

GetOrfMo1Land Sun 02-Oct-11 19:04:39

Put 'hit me with your rhythm stick' on very loudly.

Or that 'ooooh love to love you baybee' song.

bigTillyMint Sun 02-Oct-11 19:08:10

grin GetOrf!

Wish I was a fly on the wall for dinner!

Or Boys 2 Men 'I'll make love to you...'

Pinot Sun 02-Oct-11 19:11:48

<mortified>

I do think you need to apologise for not knocking. You may have been loud, but I think it's fair to say they were otherwise engaged!

Shout upstairs to see if they want a cuppa, if they do, then use that opportunity to apologise before dinner. Get it out of the way first. A quickie, if you will <innocent>

lilibet Sun 02-Oct-11 19:12:04

They were under the covers, I met both their eyes and they giggled very nervously.

Oh dear me!!

A few weeks back they were in his room "watching a film"

I shouted up "ds1 (I actually call him that) bring your rubbish down"

him - give me a sec

five minutes later

me - bring your rubbish down

him- give me a sec

five minutes later

me - bring your rubbish down NOW

him - I said give me a sec

five minutes later

me - RUBBISH NOW

Him - give me a sec

Me - I've givenyou enough secs for sone day!

Cue hysterical laughter

Any how the evening goes form bad to worse, while I have been on here the cat has got the chicken for tea and it's now on the kitchen floor

I need wine

Pretend it never happened. It's the only way. grin

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