Ok, your boyfriend is an a$$!!!! That is the rudest thing I have ever heard. He could have been a little more tactful than that. He could have at least suggested you two take a shower or used some whipped cream or chocolate or something. What the [Edited] was he thinking saying that to you?????????????<p>[This message has been edited by moderator3 (edited 07-17-2002).]
Sorry but I have to agree with everybody else. I'd tell your boyfriend not to worry about it because he won't ever be getting anything from you ever again. What your boyfriend said to you was completely rude and out of order.
If it tasted horrible than something's wrong! Do you have some sort of infection? Some women can be amazingly unaware of the state of their genitals. Check it out, put your finger in there and smell and taste it. Was he right or just being a jerk?
If you are sure there is no problem there then let the guy go since he was rude and not even tactful. Plain soap and water is all that is needed for care of your private parts and even soap is not always recommended since it could irritate things. Unless you have an infection there is nothing more you need to do and you are fine.......................it is the boyfriend who is not FINE.
Wow. I was told honesty is the best policy, but I guess not. If my private parts were unbareable, I would hope my partner told me, so I could take care of it. The way this guy said it was wrong, but I still think it should be brought to the other's attention.
Of course it should have been brought to her attention, but in a nice and tactful way. If he said it the way she made it seem like, he was being a complete @$$hole and needs a kick in the butt!
If the guy was being honest, I would suggest going to a doctor. If you are unsure if he was serious or not, then try smelling your underware or toilet paper after using it. Personally, "tasting" myself wouldn't be too appealing to me as someone suggested, but if you are up to it, try it. It isn't harmful. If you find a gross smell/taste, or notice a cheesy discharge or green tinge, then you need to see a doctor and get yourself examined. You may have an infection that needs to be taken care of.
The first time I went down on a women there was this really strong smell , I couldn't and just kissed her stomach and thighs instead. The girl had a problem in that she could not drink enough fluid and it must have made it really concentrated. I never dared to try again until this one women , she was vegetarian and there was no smell and it tasted great. Kind of like oysters but sweeter. I know not everyones favourite - but I like them . <IMG SRC="http://www.healthboards.com/ubb/smile.gif">
PennyLane to answer your question:
The diet plays a big part in how a woman tastes.Red meat can make it taste strong and bitter. So try to cut down on that . I think too much dairy also makes it taste bad. Avoid garlic ,asparagus and chilly on that day. But generally they help the body sweat a lot of fat and other stuff out.
Drinking a lot of fluid, especially water and fruit juices is good. Also eat lots of fruit and vegetables. They all make it sweet.
Apart from that wash it thoroughly just before, that also really helps.
He was actually great about how he told me. He kept going plenty long and then went to wash up and stuff. We went on a walk afterwards and I asked him if he was ok b/c he was acting a little weird. He told me nicely that it was gross just like his friends told him it would be. We just laughed about it afterwards, its fine. I wasn't offended at all. I just really want it again and I want it to be better for him. So don't think he's a huge jerk, he's really sweet and gone for 20 days <IMG SRC="http://www.healthboards.com/ubb/frown.gif">
Roger, my hubby has to disagree with you on the diet playing a part in it. He has never noticed a difference with my taste(nor have I) when my diet changes. I am a huge fan of red meat and garlic. Matter of fact I almost always use galic is everything I cook. Fresh garlic at that. He says I am better tasting that his past partners were. I do eat a variety of foods so it maybe the fact that I have a balanced diet. Also a huge fan of milk...I drink about two glasses a day.
For SOME diet does play a part but not for all.
Also if you wash before hand dont use soap as it can change the taste and lead to infections if not throughly wash off.
A little side note,Penny 20 days is nothing. My hubby is Air force and I have gone from two weeks without him to a little over 100 days without him. Matter of fact he is due home in 9 days and at that time he will have been gone 37 days. So you can do 20 days without rather easily...just keep busy,reading,write him letters to give him when he returns,take walks and so on.
I'm sorry if I sound whiney about my bf being gone for 20 days and I'm sorry your husband has been gone so long, but I still have a right to miss him a whole lot. We go to school together and are used to seeing eachother everyday. The night before he left we got a lot closer and talked better than we ever had before, so thats why I miss him tons now. Again, sorry about your guy.
i totally had to laugh at this subject..... but, anyway..... i've never really watched my diet restrictions .... don't do anything different to myself "down there" than i do to the rest of my body as far as cleaning it..... and every guy that has gone down on me tells me it tastes and smells awesome.... now, i have some guy friends that i always confide in when i think these guys i date give me lines..... and they've always said .... "if it's bad or normal... a guy just won't say anything.... but, if he actually says it's great... then it is !"..... makes me feel good... but, like i said.... i don't do anything to "make" it that way.... it's just me..... so, i guess point being..... every woman is different....
Ok first you read my post wrong. I never said you sounded whiny for crying out loud. I never said you didnt have a right to miss him. Reread my post and you will see I was giving you encouragement. <B>So you can do 20 days without rather easily...just keep busy,reading,write him letters to give him when he returns,take walks and so on.</B>
Also I am quite use to being with my hubby every day he is home...the only times we are apart is when he is tdy. So to say I am use to him being there is a huge understatement. We have been married 7 yrs...lots of time together that is for sure.
IT is fine to miss him so dont think I am knocking that. Also dont need anyone to feel sorry about my hubby being gone. I was just using that as an example. Being seperated for whatever reason can actually be good for you and one can make it without one's SO....