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Poll: making love or sex
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Miss_Jeniffer
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which would you rather do?
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The answer is directly proportional to how horny I am. It's not exactly a case of one or the other all the time, it just depends how you feel.
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It depends on whether I like the person or not.
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I usually refer to it as ****ing. Referring to it as 'making love' usually makes me feel a bit awkward, and 'having sex' is how I think 8 year olds describe it, so I don't use either.
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Sex. Making love just fills me with thoughts of cheesyness etc. Seems a bit of an old fashioned term to me!
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oh misunderstood the question, if this is how id refer to it

it'd be sex
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Sex, no strings attached :p:

Anyone up for it?

Well its worth a shot....
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Depends on the situation. :p: If it's a little more romantic i think i would rather refer to it as 'making love'... but more often than not, just 'sex'. :p:
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whats the difference other than the name
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Aaaaah can't decide... brain aneurysm!
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'make love' sounds too soppy for what happens in sex.
kissing and stuff is love.
sex is just sex, even if it is with someone you love
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"We wrapped our arms round each other, trying to push ourselves back together: we were making love" - The Origin of Love, Hedwig and the Angry Inch.

Youtube it and you'll understand the difference.
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Making love is old fashioned. Sex sounds too porny. So I suppose making love is a better, more romantic term to put it.
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Neither. I'd rather f...
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there two very differnt things

so depends on the mood im in
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depends on how i'm feeling, for the record i have never 'made love' before, it's always been sex.
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both?

if it someone I just feel we are like you know at the horny stage then just sex as things lead to another

but if i was in a marriag and loved them then love

[or long term-or just loved them then its make love]
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Make love :love:
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I hate the phrase 'making love' ... sex doesn't make anything ... so long as you use contraception obviously lol . So I'll go for sex.
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Making love sounds way too romantic and cheesy.
Definitely sex, making love sounds boring in my mind and if my boyfriend asked me if I wanted to make love I'd probably laugh... a lot.
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