Dirty Talk Examples
Not everyone is able to think on their feet, especially when they're being intimate with someone, so if you're into dirty talk it's a good idea to have some dirty talk examples in the back of your mind. The thing to keep in mind with dirty talk is that, while it can be a real turn on for some people, it is a real turn off for others. You need to know what your partner likes and doesn't like before you start whispering dirty nothings into her ear (or shouting them at the top of your lungs for that matter). Not sure what she likes or doesn't like? Ask. As counter-intuitive as it may seem, asking about her sexual preferences in an open, polite, and interested way is a great way to set the mood for your intimate time. So while you're working on that, here are the three best all-purpose dirty talk lines that will get you started but won't make you sound like a half-rate '70s porn star.
- "I love your ______." What do you love about your partner? Does she have a great butt? Unbelievable legs? Tell her about it. And be genuine - if the nape of her neck drives you wild, say so (preferably while kissing it). The combination of compliment plus your obvious arousal will drive her wild.
- "Your _____ feels so good in / on my ______." Whe your partner does something that feels good (or that feels really good), let her know. Describe it for her. If you love it when she nibbles your ear lobe, tell her. This has the double benefit of being hot and getting her to do it more often.
- "Do you like it when I ______?" or "Do you want me to ______ some more?" You can make dirty talk into something you both do when you start asking questions like these. Wait until you're already doing something that's causing your partner pleasure, rubbing her clit, for example. When she starts responding physically, egg her on verbally too. Ideally, she'll respond verbally as well. "Yes! Rub my clit more... do it harder..."
Remember, every couple makes their own rules about what works and what doesn't work for them in the bedroom, and while it's good to experiment, you need to know what your partner likes. If you don't know what words she likes for the body parts you're going to be talking about, for example, you need to find out, so start talking.