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To be annoyed at the childish way DH speaks about sex/sexual acts

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Pinkandwhite Sat 15-Apr-17 22:21:03

I really dislike the way my DH talks about sex. He'll say things like 'any chance of a handie/blowie?' And 'I want to give you a rodgering'. He thinks it's amusing/totally reasonable but I find it immature and a turn off. AIBU?

Pollydonia Sat 15-Apr-17 22:21:47

Have you told him?

Msqueen33 Sat 15-Apr-17 22:22:20

No. My dh still says thinks like bellend and knob. It's immature and sexually puts me off him.

ScarletForYa Sat 15-Apr-17 22:22:47

You're not one of those weirdos who says 'make love' are you? hmm

Sparklingbrook Sat 15-Apr-17 22:23:01

Are you married to one of The Inbetweeners? confused

MrsMeeseeks Sat 15-Apr-17 22:24:17

Ugh, YANBU, that would put me off, too.

I once dated a guy who would suggest that we 'rub uglies'. We weren't together long.

Deadsouls Sat 15-Apr-17 22:24:27

confused not very enticing I agree with you OP

thenightsky Sat 15-Apr-17 22:25:47

I've dumped for similar. Urgh.

Pigface1 Sat 15-Apr-17 22:27:42

YANBU. I once dated a guy who talked about putting his woo-woo in my cha-cha (I think it was a quote off South Park or something).

I dumped him, obvs.

BlueDaisies Sat 15-Apr-17 22:28:20

Tell him (if you haven't already) that it is really putting you off! Surely he should then stop it as he stands much more chance of actually getting sex if he stops this!

haveacupoftea Sat 15-Apr-17 22:28:56

I'd be more put off by someone who took it really seriously tbh

HecateAntaia Sat 15-Apr-17 22:30:51

tell him it's a real turn off for you and makes it extremely unlikely he'll get anything of the sort!

user1471558436 Sat 15-Apr-17 22:31:29

Does he have s good sense of humour? I wouldn't mind a bit of cheekiness

CreamCheez Sat 15-Apr-17 22:33:54

Went out with a bloke once who asked if he could "touch the twins". The answer was no!

Jurassictit Sat 15-Apr-17 22:48:45

So would you prefer he says a fellation ?

wizzywig Sat 15-Apr-17 22:50:18

yeah, i have one of them. he has a name for his. really appealing that is.

HarryPottersMagicWand Sat 15-Apr-17 22:51:14

Ugh, YANBU. DH is pissing me off at the moment because he keeps calling yorkshire puddings 'yorkies'. It's something about the 'ies' in a word. DD sometimes says sweeties and I always say it back as sweets.

But as you are married and presumably have been together for a while, why haven't you brought this up with him before?

Voice0fReason Sat 15-Apr-17 22:52:07

If you don't like it, say so.

Sex should be fun.

intergalacticbrexitdisco Sat 15-Apr-17 22:53:08

There would never have been any 'rodgering' to begin with, I'm afraid. You should have turned back while you could, op!

donajimena Sat 15-Apr-17 22:55:59

Nope. Up there with a grown man/woman stating they have a 'tummy' ache.
I also had a manager who used to say she had a bad belly. Whatever happened to my stomach doesn't feel right?

MeadowHay Sat 15-Apr-17 22:57:44

Agree you really should have told him straight away?! But anyway, YANBU if you don't like it, tell him and he should stop. I also would hate that but luckily DH has never really spoke like that.

ToastyFingers Sat 15-Apr-17 22:59:51

I think if it bothers you, you should mention it.

A lighthearted attitude towards sex isn't universally disliked, I'd much prefer a silly phrase like 'bumping uglies' to 'making love' or something similarly soppy. Each to their own though.

zukiecat Sat 15-Apr-17 22:59:54

What's wrong with "Make love" Scarlet?

Is that not what it is?

NotReallyMeToday Sat 15-Apr-17 23:01:27

I am always fascinated when people say this stuff about their husband. Like...didn't this come up in the early days of your relationship?

I know my DH has a load of faults and a very offbeat sense of humour to match which is probably a fault too but I knew it before we got married. Or has your DH just started doing this recently?

Avioleta Sat 15-Apr-17 23:01:54

Ugh. I once had a boyfriend who referred to my breasts as 'boobie-woobies' and whose idea of foreplay was to dry hump me while I was bent over loading the dishwasher. There are many reasons he is now an ex but those ones were not insignificant.

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