How can a married man say he feels depressed every time after “doing the do” with his madam?
How can Oga and Madam live in the same house and avoid “doing the do”?
For how long can they keep up with this charade?
Ever since we have been married, I am the one that always makes the first move; I would appreciate it if she makes an attempt to make the first move
He falls asleep after the “do” and I wouldn’t mind us cuddling up and whispering sweet nothings after the “do”. He makes doing the “do” feel like he’s performing a task
I have told her at the beginning of this year that I can’t keep up with this depressed feeling, so I would rather “hold body” than have to fall into depression after the “do”. I can’t help the fact that I fall asleep after the “do”…it’s a sedative for me
I don’t know….I don’t know how to make any first move jare….after all I try to respond when he begins to signal….he cant keep up after Act 1, scene 1 jare
The “do” isn’t the only reason for marriage…its been 64 days in 2013 now and so far we haven’t done the “do”. I never die and I am not bothered, after all, it’s not food and I have gone for longer days without the “do” before….
On a serious note, how in the world can a marriage degenerate into a situation where a married man in his late thirties avoids “doing the do” with his madam and she’s not worried…as in, she’s not trying to find out if he’s still getting it up in that department and if he is, where is he “dunking his balls”.
Oga and Madam, both christains have been married for ten years and have three kids….. this is serious wonderment……
Tufiakwa, God please, let this not be my portion in Jesus name…i love doing the "do" and Hubby sure knows how to bring heaven down... :)