If there’s one thing that's hot when two lovers meet, then it’s perfectly executed dirty talk during sex. Seriously, a lot of people underestimate the power of a few naughty words in the throes of passion.
In all honesty, some words are more effective than others, and it's important to know which words are really going to make her go crazy for you. Words that help her feel wanted, desired, and sexy are going to usually universally trigger women.
Ladies are attracted to men who are certain and decisive. When a man speaks like that—‘yes’, it shows certainty. If she lets out a moan and you say, ‘yes,’ it gives her permission to go even deeper into her pleasure. It simply helps her let go.
2. Her name
Female pleasure is narcissistic. Hearing her name makes her feel special. It’s about her, like, you are the irresistible one. You are the one with the magic wand. It’s not about someone random. Just make sure you say the right name, or else you will have one very unhappy woman on your hands.
According to maxim.com, you don't necessarily have to say "I love you" if you don't love her, but telling her you love her body, or you love touching her, will get her really hot and bothered. The connotation of ‘love’ is intense and special. "I like the way you look" is lukewarm, but "I love the way you look" sounds very positive and passionate.
If you only say "I'm really turned on," it's very generic and doesn't say anything about how she turns you on. Probably say something like "You really turn me on". She wants to know that there’s something about her that is arousing to you,. Tell her how she's affecting you.
According to a recent study published in the journal Sexuality and Culture, "come" is the only word in the English language that simultaneously conveys desire, pleasure, orgasm, and loss of control. So never end that act without saying "come", at least ones.
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