We didn't start off talking about sex; far from it, we had just come from a work event. We were laughing and talking about different things; somehow, though, our conversation ended up there. In recalling the conversation Sunday, I smiled to myself. Then I did what I often do: I analyzed it. I wondered why conversations inevitably lead to sex. Do they really lead there, or is it just with certain friends? Is it an uncomfortable topic to discuss?
What do you all think? Do you feel comfortable talking about it? And do your conversations with friends eventually lead to topics related to sex? Or is it just my conversations? ;)
I'm curious to read your thoughts!
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Michele, your opening sentence above still makes me laugh, even though we had this conversation the other morning. I'm happy you had a great time with your friends and that this hilarious analogy was something you could share with us all.
I too talked about "balls" this weekend, but they were baseballs (sorry for the bad pun!). I spent the entire weekend at the little league fields. Regarding conversations, though, I have one that was quite memorable.
Between baseball games on Saturday afternoon, we had less than an hour for the family to eat lunch before my 8 year old son needed to get back to the little league complex for his game. As soon as we got in the car my 2 year old son fell asleep in his car seat on the way to the local Dairy Queen. The older boys went inside to eat with their uncle and grandpa.
Hot, tired, sweaty and hungry, my husband and I sat in the mini-van with our sleeping son and enjoyed a twenty minute lunch together. Today is our 13 year wedding anniversary and although our DQ lunch wasn't roses, wine, and lobster, we had a great conversation and it became a very memorable moment.
I hope you all had some fun and romantic conversations this weekend!
And as Michele said above, we'd love to hear your thoughts!