He only wanted sex twice a day

August 19th, 2005 at 7:56 am by David Farrar

The man who was poisoned by his partner because she claimed he wanted sex five times a day, has said he only wanted sex twice a day which he “did not think … was unreasonable in a new relationship”.

One could have a fascinating discussion about what is reasonable in a new relationship and then later on. Does the decline in frequency have a mathemathical formula it follows?

I have to say I think the woman was very lucky to get off. If you don’t want sex as much as your partner, just tell him – don’t poison him. And if you can’t work out a compromise, then split up.

Incidentially the stereotype that women always want it less than men is not something that is universally true based on the number of female friends who have told me how annoyed they are they don’t get to shag their partners more often.

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11 Responses to “He only wanted sex twice a day”

  1. MB () says:

    DPF – master of the double entendre:

    “I have to say I think the woman was very lucky to get off.”

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  2. MB () says:

    DPF – master of the double entendre:

    “I have to say I think the woman was very lucky to get off.”

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  3. niz () says:

    Yes, it looks as though she was given every opportunity to get off.

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  4. Adolf Fiinkensein () says:

    An interesting insight into the female Asian mind. When you want to repell your beloved of course the natural remedy to choose is pet repellent. Stands to reason, eh. Pity the silly girl didn’t have enough sense to spay some of it on her own self just five times a day. Just goes to show how important it is to read the instructiions.

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  5. Krimsonlake () says:

    Not that I would ever advocate poisoning anyone, but what an amusing and innovative way to deal with an overly eager male.:-)

    She would have been better off using benzodiazepenes though.

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  6. Peter Metcalfe () says:

    Someone’s (whom DPF will know) personal experience with the guy on nz.general:

    http://makeashorterlink.com/?V481224AB

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  7. David Farrar () says:

    Krimsonlake: Okay you’re off my list of potential dates :-)

    Peter – Oh my God – Ashley – that is so funny.

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  8. Craig Ranapia () says:

    Krimsonlake:

    I thought poisoning persistent males was very old school myself, but what do I know? Oddly enough, Dave and I are celebrating out tenth anniversary tomorrow and I’ve been celibate for eight and a half.

    Despite what pop culture would have you believe, it’s not exactly been the end of the world. And I was as shocked as anyone to find that I didn’t really want to destroy a good thing over sex.

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  9. Krimsonlake () says:

    But DPF I had the tablets all crushed and ready, whatever shall I do with them now?:-(

    Craig: I thought women traditionally poisoned philandering husbands. I’m not sure it’s the same thing if they’re being persistent with someone else.

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  10. Craig Ranapia () says:

    Krimsonlake:

    You may well be right, but I think my Dave would go Lorena Bobbitt on my arse rather than Lucrezia Borgia. And if this man drought thing is true, you might have to start poisoning the competition instead.

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  11. mara () says:

    Does anyone know this chap’s phone number?

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