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Was it good for you?

Mandy says the gloves are off now.

Question #3: Do you want your lover to tell you when you haven't satisfied them sexually?

SunFyre: This is actually an easy question for me... although it's never happened.

Yes, I want them to be satisfied, and truthful about it. I'm kind of a insecure asshole down deep, so if I thought she was pretending once in a while, I would probably assume that she was pretending every time. Eventually, she have a mind blowing orgasm, and I'd accuse her of lying about it. I can see the scene now:
SunFyre -- Was it good for you?

Incredibly Hot Blonde -- (breathing heavily) that was the most (gasp) mind and body altering experience of my life... thank you, my God, thank you SunFyre!

SunFyre (brooding) -- What do you want, an Oscar for that performance? Get the f--- out of my bedroom!
Attention ladies... please be honest with me. Tell me what is in your top 10, but not the best you've ever had, unless it was. If I only make the top 10 first time around, I'm more than willing to try for the crown again. Practice makes perfect.

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