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Naughty wife conversation advice
Never agree that another man is better looking than your husband. Even if your husband looks like the missing link, in your eyes he is the best. If you want to be honest, do it in the privacy of your heart.
“He is handsome, yeah, but he is not my type.” That is the way to reassure your husband when talking about another man who is sweet in the eyes. Talking like this can make your hubby feel confident that you have no regrets marrying him. (You shouldn’t have regrets, you saw his face before you married him).
“I don’t like men with big blokos” Oops! Don’t say that, your husband might have sleepless night thinking of how many blokoses you have sampled in your life. Simply say, “I like the size of your thing. I like the way you use it.” This will go a long way massaging his ego if he is small-sized. Men are sensitive about anything that has to do with their manhood.
No matter how liberal you are, try not to talk about your ex(es) with your husband, except it is absolutely necessary, but then don’t be flippant about it. In fact as far as you are concerned, they don’t exist.
Same goes for men. Your wife is the only one you know; every other woman is not to your taste. Her saggy bijongas are the best, they pillow your face very well and good for slapping your sanko head when you misbehave.
There is no gain in raising unnecessary suspicion and mistrust between you and your spouse. Manage your lifelong conversations craftily.
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