It's not misleading, it's not leading at all. If she asks and you lie, it's misleading.(Original post by kanyewest)
So there's this girl who I plan on sleeping with, however I don't want to mislead her but at the same time I don't feel there is a need to say I only want to have sex with her. If she were to ask me I'd be truthful and see how she reacts but it seems unecessary to do so otherwise.
Beyond defining words, I'm guessing she would like to know, and you'd like to respect that. Guess it depends if you'd rather respect that or get your **** wet
Is it dishonest If I don't tell the girl I only want her for sex? Watch
- 20-03-2011 01:50
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(Original post by boba)
- 20-03-2011 02:39
as true as this is, and its very true that it would be nothing like rape, at all. It would still be very dickish to let her think you wanted more and I really think you should just tell her and see if she wants the same. chances are if you met her in a club and she asked you back to hers she does anyway, how come you didn't sleep together then?
and just to reiterate; your right its nothing like rape at all and saying it is its just plain insulting to anyone whos had to endure actual rape and everything that comes with it
- 20-03-2011 02:42
Of course it is, but you're male. Ifso facto... Who gives a ****. Smash her back doors in fella!
- 20-03-2011 02:48
I hope someone made a Kanye West Imma let you finish joke in this thread, considering OP's name.
- 20-03-2011 02:54
Was George W Bush dishonest about the Iraq war?
(Original post by kanyewest)
- 20-03-2011 20:50
Like I said I won't lie or intentionally lead her on but I'm not quite sure how much better/different that is from not telling her upfront. Erm I had a bit too much 'substances' in my body to function normally.
- 20-03-2011 21:51
OP, don't do this. Whether you want to admit it or not, if you've already got to know her beyond an accquaintance, and she's admitted feelings for you, doing a f*ck and run is very misleading, and quite cruel.
If you do want no-strings attached sex then why not just tell her that you're attracted to her but that you don't want a relationship? On the other hand, if it's just 'one of those things that happens' because you're both drunk, then that can also work. But IMO she has to be the one to suggest it, so that you have an escape route.
There's nothing wrong with casual sex, but there's a hell of a lot wrong with pretending you like someone just because you want to f*ck them, even if you don't specifically admit that to them.
(Original post by MathematicsKiller)
- 20-03-2011 21:57
Hey! That could be my future wife that he's trying to hump like a filthy mutt.