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QUESTION: What is your after sex clean up routine?

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  1. Rolling to the side.

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  2. She wipes the cum off her face

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  3. calculate and divvy up the tip

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  4. Usually involves a quick shower (and for me, brushing my teeth again to eliminate cum-breath) and possibly changing the sheets.

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    1. After every time you have sex? Seems a little excessive to me

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    2. I said usually. We both work up a sweat and I like it when he finishes on me. If it's just a quickie, a tissue is the most we'll need.

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  5. I usually toss the condom into the trash and wipe my junk off with a towel. The woman cleans herself off with tissues and then we lay down for a bit and either get up or go to sleep.

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  6. Me staring at her. Her asking what is it. Me saying that she is still here and if I should call her a cab or if she wants bus fare.

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    1. "YO MAN ALPHA AS FUCK
      YOU SURE SHOWED THAT BITCH WHO'S BOSS
      I BET YOU CAN GET ANY BITCH YOU WANT OH MY GOD I AM SO IMPRESSED" - said no one ever

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    2. Bus ticket nigga. Late night loop

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    3. @9.a You jealous bro? Yeah, you jealous. Looks good on you.

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  7. Bring the goats back to the farm, wipe up the blood, etc

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  8. Pee and wipe the cum out of my vagina

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    1. omg having 2 scoop it out truly the worst

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    2. And that's why we have aids. Sluts.

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  9. Kissing, then lie there for 10-40 mins and go at it again. Usually she wipes her pussy with a kleenex

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  10. Girl here. I feel like this is an odd question because my clean up process is putting on my clothes, maybe go pee if I have to.

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    1. Women, you must pee after sex. My GF has gotten too many UTI's from not realizing this.

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    2. @13a - No. Just because your gf does doesn't mean every girl does. I don't usually pee after and I've never gotten one. And before you claim it's because I dont have sex that often, I've been having sex with my boyfriend 3-4 times a week for the last year and a half. Every girl is different.

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    3. I'm not the OP, but how in the world is this an odd question? And putting on your clothes only? Whatever happened to freshening up ?

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    4. @13c because not everyone feels that "freshening up" after sex is a mandatory thing. Most people don't have a clean up routine. It's not a common question to ask.

      For me, I agree with 13. I just put on my clothes, unless he came on me I use tissues or wet wipes to clean myself off. I don't feel the need to shower. I don't see how else I would "freshen up"

      I also agree with 13b. Yes, peeing after sex can prevent UTIs but I'm just not UTI prone, and if I don't have to I don't see the need to sit on the toilet and try for an hour.

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  11. It's questions like this that kill me

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  12. At night: sleep
    In the morning: shower
    Any other time: ..... get dressed, or lay around naked.

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  13. I envy all of you that just don't need to do anything after.

    Unfortunately, as mentioned above, I'm SUPER UTI prone. Meaning if I don't do the following clean up routine, it is 100% guaranteed I will wake up the next day with a UTI.
    So typically for me: peeing within the first 10 minutes, and cleansing with water. If I'm comfortable, I'll just hop in the shower to do that, otherwise, soaking tissues with water and wiping at least 4 rounds of that. It also MUST be in that order pee before wash. If it's wash than pee, there's still a chance I'll get a UTI.

    So envious.

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  14. I keep baby wipes in my washroom for whenever a girl or I need to use them to cleanup. It's what an ex of mine used so I always have them for the cleanup now

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  15. I throw the sock into the laundry bag, or the tissue into the garbage.

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