This is the discussion I was having with my text buddy James. He, basically, from what I’ve gathered, wants to come round to have sexual liaisons. I don’t want him to.
He asked one night how many people I had slept with. Now, I’m not being funny but that is NONE of his business, and I
told him so. The cheeky *******. But I was intrigued. Why did he want to know this personal information? It is because I refuse to sext him and declined his offer to drive all the way from his home town to ‘see me’? Is it because every time he sent me a rude text I’d reply something dire or decide to not respond at all? I mean how many times does this have to happen before one gets the message?
“The more guys a girl has slept with, increases the chance of me getting laid”.
Well, he didn’t actually mutter these exact words but that’s what I took from it and that is exactly what he meant. So basically, he thought that because I wasn’t forthcoming with my sextualisation, he definitely wouldn’t be getting any. And to be fair the guy had a point. I didn’t and still don’t want to frolic with him between the sheets. But that has no relevance to how many people I have done the deed with.
At first I said it was ridiculous. Surely it’s the situation, the people involved and the amount of alcohol consumed? I mean, an ‘inexperienced’ person could get mightily drunk, see someone extremely attractive and take them home. Or a more ‘experienced’ person could get mightily drunk find someone extremely attractive and take them home. Or just see someone attractive and take them home without the use of alcoholic beverages.
What is the difference?
So I mentioned that yes sometimes that WAS the case. Sometimes you’ll come across a person who only ever goes out looking for a one nighter. I watched an episode of Cherry Healey’s How to Get a Life and a girl had slept with over 200 people. And a guy who worked in a hostel slept with 3/4 different women every. single. week. So, yes, they were easy ‘lays’ so to speak. And because that’s all they want, the chance of getting alone time with them increases, thus, pushing their magic number higher.
But what about the girl/guy who have just come out of their only sexual relationship and believe that to get over someone you should get under someone else? Not only would they be an easy ‘lay’ but their number would be significantly lower; making that point invalid.
Not only is it assuming that someone who doesn’t mind a one night stand would happily sleep around but it’s assuming that that person would be happy to take you home.
So, what do you think… Is it true? The higher the number the ‘easier’ you are?