Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Sh*t Happens...

Ok, this may sound kinda BAD but I believe I should share my unhap- piness as well as my happiness with you guys. I won't go into too much detail, but basically my 'online friend' dropped by earlier this evening and while he was pumping me hard, bits of my 'poo poo' escaped onto the bed. At that moment I was like, "Oooh my Goddd! What a mess I've made?" I was speechless and not sure how to react or what to say (actually I was too embarrassed to say anything). To my surprise, he took it quite well and quickly pushed me into the shower. So, our night was over (without cumming).

After all the cleaning up, I still felt really really bad and guilty about it. Seriously, if I could I would have hidden myself in a shell like the turtle above. Fortunately, my 'online friend' was very open-minded and he didn't seem to be put off by it (I hope). Instead, he kept comforting me saying "Don't worry too much, shit happens, and it happened to me before." I knew his intention was good and sincere but I just couldn't forgive myself for what I had done.

I feel so crap right now and I'm not sure if I will be ready to be a bottom again =(

12 comments:

Johann said...

This is what I do an enema when I can prepare myself :)

Don't worry, we all dealt with that very embarassment in the past. It doesn't matter at all.

about a boy said...

i hear you. i have the same fears.

but like you friend said. shit happens.

but i hate it when it does.

Jeremiah Andrews said...

Well, that's what the almighty douche can help you with, prior planning prevents piss poor performance.

I think we have all had poo issues one time or another, you are not the first. That's why we keep a towel on the bed "just in case"

Don't sweat the small stuff, as long as it isn't blood, then no worries...


Hang in there, your adventure continues.

Jeremy

Donnie v2.0 said...

I guarantee you that every gay man on the face of the planet that has bottomed has had that happen to them at LEAST once, so don't sweat it. And for God's sake, don't give up on being a bottom - give it a little time and climb back on that horse ;-)

Single Guy said...

Mate. It happens to everyone. If you want to be a good bottom, clean out. Go to the tool shed or an adult shop and buy yourself an anal douche (they cost like $10AUD). Then use warm water to clean yourself out before fucking until the water comes out clear! No biggie!

Anonymous said...

If ass fucking is happeing, the potential for shit alsohappening is real. Recognize your shit phobia and let go of it. Your body produces shit, tears, piss, sperm, sweat, and vomit. Why paint some of these as bad and some as good? They just are...deal with them when they happen. And douche.

Joseph said...

I understand that your 'poo poo' incident put you off for any more fucking (that night ;°D)... But I can't figure out why after the shower you didn't continue some horsing around (licking, sucking, wanking...) anything that can give you both a lot of pleasure. That's what I used to do with my former BF. It's a lot easier now cause we're both versatile. Have you ever thought of reciprocation with your 'open-minded' friend?

UNDERGROUND CONSTRUCTION said...

First of all I want to congratulate you for sharing these moments with all of us. and like the rest of the boyz said "shit happens" -

and I think that has happened to any of us at one time.

FlipFlopsBoy said...

Oh baby, no worries...we've ALL been there. Douches and enemas do help...

Dumamark said...

It happens to the best of us bottoms Bud.

Don't let it put you off. Keep on travelling the road you're on, it's a great one, even when "Shit Happens".

franck said...

I can't really add anything that hasn't already been said. When I bottom, I have the same fears and hate it when, despite douching, I'm not completely clean. But when I'm topping and it happens, I think to myself: hey, you gonna play with asses, sooner or later you will come across a little bit of shit. Comes with the territory.

expressmen said...

dont worry about that pr8, things happens..its a natural human thing. just move on...and believe me...later on you will look back at the experience, and just smile at it.