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Ds1 having LOUD sex and I have had to tell them to shut up...

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lilibet Sun 11-Mar-12 18:48:10


Honestly!! I love my ds1 very much but there is no 18 year old boy born who could make a girl shriek like that.

She is from the Meg Ryan school of sex noises but AMPLIFIED

I also can't beleive the brass neck of her - she faced us all afterwards without even a blush.

It's not the first time either, we weren't in a while back and dd (23) and ds2 (15) could hear her down stairs. Ds2 went and banked on the door and said "Do you mind, some of us are trying to revise" God Bless Him!!

I had a word with them then but it's not stopped them, they now can't be in his room with the door closed.

They don't prepare you for conversations like this at antenatal classes

piprabbit Sun 11-Mar-12 19:26:19

Have the following conversation:
"You were very noisy last night, it's a bit much to be honest. The last time I heard noises like that was when I was watching 'When Harry met Sally'. Of course, she was faking it. Oh, I'm sorry. I didn't think. You don't suppose? Oh, sorry. Please don't take that the wrong way, I didn't mean to suggest that either of you are faking it".

Leave them to think about it.

ggirl Sun 11-Mar-12 19:31:55

can't believe the gall of her tbh

is it just me or does it smack of disrespect

ggirl Sun 11-Mar-12 19:32:53

I mean the girlfriend being disrespectful

JustHecate Sun 11-Mar-12 19:37:41

I think they both are.

ahhhhhpushit Sun 11-Mar-12 19:40:41

Agree with JustHecate "pack that in. you sounds ridiculous". Even better get DH to do it for you. will embarass her more.

AllShiney Sun 11-Mar-12 19:44:22

Next time they're at it run up the stairs shouting OMG are you ok? And throw open the door shouting 'what's wrong? What's wrong?' and claim you thought something terrible had happened.

But I like the you sound ridiculous idea too!

JustHecate Sun 11-Mar-12 19:44:37

I suppose if you wanted to scar them for life you could gather outside the room, (got any foldaway seats) and treat them to a round of applause when they're done.

Imagine their faces when they open the bedroom door wink

(I'm kidding)

The5thFishy Sun 11-Mar-12 19:48:51

Get your husband to shout
"Go on, my son" outside the door at the vital moment.

JustHecate Sun 11-Mar-12 19:53:14

I suppose nobody in the family is crafty enough to fashion a small one of these to present her with. grin

boredandrestless Sun 11-Mar-12 19:53:30

shock I would be having harsh words with both of them. How disrespectful!

fuzzpig Sun 11-Mar-12 19:57:40

I don't know whether to be suspicious, disgusted or amused!

I do like the parental sex noises idea though.

MamaMaiasaura Sun 11-Mar-12 20:00:41

Lol grin

I recall When I was a teen staying at my bfs, his mum sent her husband to check on the dog as thought it was terribly unwell blush blush His stepdad informed me of this the following day and said he'd not let on what it actually way. I was mortified and so embarrassed blush

DizzyKipper Sun 11-Mar-12 20:04:40

Just keep a bucket of water handy... grin

FrillyMilly Sun 11-Mar-12 20:08:17

To be honest I would tell them to show some respect or she doesn't come round/go in his bedroom. I doubt her parents would put up with it. I think it's incredibly rude.

LittleAlbert Sun 11-Mar-12 20:09:21

I just reminded DP about the time his little sis (then aged 17) did a 'Sally' and woke us up. He is pretending he doesn't remember ...and is now refusing to discuss it hmm

supernannyisace Sun 11-Mar-12 20:12:02

Katie Middleton I love your comment. My DS is 14 - and I hope he never brings any girsl back here.. But if he does.. ha ha ha smile

baskingseals Sun 11-Mar-12 20:12:54

am I the only one who is thinking good for them?

at least they are enjoying themselves

Chubfuddler Sun 11-Mar-12 20:13:25

This is dreadful. Completely disrespectful to everyone else in the house. I wouldn't allow him to have her over tbh if they can't button it. Perhaps you should feign concern at whatever medical problem she clearly has and suggest you discuss it with her mother.

They think they're being clever, embarrassing everyone else with their exuberant sex life. Actually they're just being crass.

JoanRobinson2012 Sun 11-Mar-12 20:19:53

baskingseals- No you're not the only one!

LittleAlbert Sun 11-Mar-12 20:20:54

In about 10 years the girlfriend will look back and cringe

auburnlizzy78 Sun 11-Mar-12 20:24:19

Are you totally sure they were having sex? Could it possibly have been a play fight and she was being seriously tickled??....

Snakeonaplane Sun 11-Mar-12 20:27:14

I'm blushing for all involved, I'd have quiet motherly word with her along the lines of 'I don't mind you having sex but would you mind keeping it down a bit' grin, she'll be more embarrassed than you.

oiwheresthecoffee Sun 11-Mar-12 20:33:46

Seriously when she emerges , say in front of them both that you can her her faking orgasm , do they need tips on having a real one ? Act all concerned and helpful.
Then post back and let us know.

oiwheresthecoffee Sun 11-Mar-12 20:39:45

Or bang on the door and shout " Stop faking , hes never going to learn how to do it right otherwise"

SconeInSixtySeconds Sun 11-Mar-12 20:42:27

How about playing that scene from When Harry met Sally really loudly at the same time that they are getting going?

That ought to slow them down a bit <evil grin >

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