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13-Oct-2016 05:46

You can say anything you feel like, and as long as you feel horny, chances are, you’ll say all the right things.

Things to know before texting sex You can always text a naughty line like “I want you now… ” It works and sends the message straight through. When you make a sexy text sound too explicit or say a sexy line without hiding any meaning, your text loses its sensual appeal.

All you need to do after that is play along and answer the questions keeping sex in mind.

And before you know it, both of you would be all hot and bothered.

Instead, they’ll feel like they’re the one that’s building up the sexual texts by asking the right questions, when in fact, you’ll be the one who actually starts the whole sexy game by saying the perfect first line! Just use these subtle and sexy conversation starters while texting and go with the flow. #1 I can’t believe I texted you while I was peeing. #4 I’m watching a sexy video of a girl/guy who looks just like you *link it to an explicit video with a really attractive person so your lover would be flattered*. [Read: How to look better naked using 15 real life tips] #6 Can you guess the color of my underwear? #8 I just bought new underwear and can’t wait to show it to you.

Sending a sexy text to a sexy someone should come naturally.

[Read: How to have really dirty phone sex like a pro!

] Let’s face it, shocking sexual sentences don’t always work.

If you want to enjoy a sexy text conversation, you need to involve your partner.

You need to excite them slowly and you need to make them feel like they’re a part of the sexual buildup.

And the best way to start a sexy text conversation is by starting slow and easy, and playing with the sentences to turn the person on one step at a time.



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