My sister and I live together and she had this boyfriend. They broke up. I have always been turned on to him. I think there is a real chemistry between us. I don't want to piss off my sister, but I don't want to wait too long or he might find someone else. If I told him and my sister how I feel, I’m afraid she will beat my ass. How long should I wait after their breakup to go after him?
Hard to say. How serious were they and how long were they together? The more time they were together, the longer you should wait. If they were serious enough to be engaged or something, there may never be enough time for the wound heal. Keep in mind though, the things your sister didn't like about him may be clues to his future behavior. You might want to consider moving into a place of your own, so if you two do hit it off, you won't be shoving your relationship in your sister's face.
I want to know the truth: does size really matter? I’m not hung a lot, and I want to make sure when I have sex I’m pleasing my lady. Do I have to have a big dick to do that? Or is my little dick gonna do the trick? I’m kinda embarrassed about it, so I haven't had sex with too many women.
You don't mention how big your cock is, but my guess is that it is actually bigger than you think. The average dick is 6 inches long. I had sex once with a guy whose cock couldn't have been any more than 3 inches, and I still found it satisfying. Some women prefer larger guys; other women prefer smaller ones. There are two ways women can come – from the G-spot and from the clit. Have any of the ladies you’ve been with given you a sense that they were dissatisfied? If not, I wouldn't worry about it too much. Remember the guys in X-rated movies are the exception and not the rule. Also, different camera angles can make it look bigger. You can also make your cock look longer by trimming or shaving around it. But lovemaking isn't all about your cock. You have a tongue and hands and fingers, too.
I plan to grow a big outdoor garden this year. I've grown a lot in the past, but usually inside and not that many plants. My girlfriend said she’d help me. She said the same thing last year, but that's not how it went down. I did all the work. She may have watered a couple of times, but that's it. I cloned, pruned, planted, weeded, harvested. She did help a bit with the trimming after it was dried. I really could use her help, but I don't want to count on it and then be disappointed. On the other hand, I really want to go for the gold this year. I don't want to piss her off, but I really am going to need her help.
Grover the Grower
Dear Grover the Grower,
If you’re both benefiting from the crop, financially or because you’re both sharing it, you probably have to sit her down for a heart-to-heart talk. Try keeping track on paper of the time you put in to the garden and what you did. Show just how much she is or isn't working and how much you are. It’s a good place to start when asking for more help. You should be keeping records anyway. I always have. It’s how you find out how certain strains react to higher or lower pH, or how many PPM of nutes you can give it before nutrient lockout occurs. There are many reasons to write everything down – even if it has to be in code to protect yourself.
My girl is a nympho when we smoke. That’s really cool. But when we’re out of weed, she is like, “Don't touch me!” It didn't used to bother me before, mainly because we had weed almost all the time. But right now it’s real dry and her anti-sexual behavior is really getting to me. Why is she like this?
Sounds like smoking lowers her inhibitions. Maybe she finds it easier to be herself when she’s high. Maybe she feels uncomfortable with her body, or feels shy or inadequate. It’s difficult for me to determine exactly why she can only have sex after getting high, but you should talk it out. But both of you should keep in mind that cannabis doesn't create romance – you do!