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    Just wondering on the varying degrees. I myself make quite a bit of noise, it comes naturally to me, and if something feels good I find it hard not to be vocal about it.
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    Not much noise considering she's a pillow.
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    Oh I thought you meant snoring wise lol ><
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    Depends where we are, who else is in the house, whether they're upstairs etc.
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    I'm generally noisy but I probably can control myself, because we done it once when there's other people sleeping in the room, and that worked out okay =3

    Him on the other hand, zilch kinda frustrating!
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    Not as much as me :redface: You know its bad when your housemates facebook status is "wishes she was temporarily deaf"
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    Corpses are usually very quite, so I'm never sure if she is fulfilled.
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    (Original post by Alex5383)
    Corpses are usually very quite, so I'm never sure if she is fulfilled.
    It's the same with stuffed animals :sad:
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    Depends, i can restrain the noise when people are in the house but i tend to make a fair bit when the house is empty lol
    he does a little bit, but not that much,
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    It seems to me that males tend not to make noise. Why is that? Is it because they find it embarrassing? Or is it something that it is generally a gender thing?
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    None. Lol.
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    The last guy i was with was quite loud, it was really hot! More guys should make noise.
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    More noise than a car, less noise than a plane.
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    Depends what I do :p: but I definitely beat him in the loudness stakes..
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    This is nonsense, hands can't talk!

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    He's very quiet which I find a bit annoying because I can't tell if he's enjoying it or not! I, on the other hand, always let him know...
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    (Original post by Sun-hwa)
    It seems to me that males tend not to make noise. Why is that? Is it because they find it embarrassing? Or is it something that it is generally a gender thing?
    because us blokes get most pleasure when the package has been delivered until then its nothing really :woo:
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    (Original post by Sun-hwa)
    Just wondering on the varying degrees. I myself make quite a bit of noise, it comes naturally to me, and if something feels good I find it hard not to be vocal about it.
    She screams like a dying piglet.
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    I make more noise than she does - all the time - irrelevant of where we are, whereas, she's a LOT quieter when we're staying with her parents. Also depends on how good it is i guess!
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    (Original post by Sun-hwa)
    It seems to me that males tend not to make noise. Why is that? Is it because they find it embarrassing? Or is it something that it is generally a gender thing?
    I'm not saying you do this, but girls. If you lie there like a dead whale then this is what will happen. The better the girl is the louder the guy is and vice versa
 
 
 
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