Friday, September 17, 2010

TGIF Sexy Survey!


Looking forward to the weekend!

Sexy Survey time!

1. What is the strangest/craziest thing you've ever done to get a man/woman's attention?

2. Which do you prefer - to be appreciated? or understood?

3. Do you think ambitious men/women make good/bad partners? Should one of you be more ambitious than the other in order for the relationship to work, or can two equally ambitious people live in harmony?

4. In your opinion, can a one night stand/jump-off/friend with benefits ever turn into lasting love?

5. If a close friend asked you to join him/her in a threesome, would you consider it?




Thug Fo Life said...


Thug Fo Life said...


Annamaria said...

I think the second First Bitch cancels out the first first bitch & therefore I'M FIRST BITCHES!

Brooke said...


Annamaria said...

1. Not sure...

2. Both... Sometimes I think they go hand in hand.

3. I think they make good partners. I don't think it matters if one is more ambitious than the other BUT I think it's important for them to realize how ambitious & busy they are & make sure they set aside time for each other. You don't want anyone to feel neglected!

4. It could...If you're sexually compatable anything can happen!

5. NO....

Brookey See ya tomorrow!!!! :)

Stef said...

Thug Fo Life was so happy he had to say it twice! LOL!

Stef said...

1. Once I was at the gym on the treadmill and I struck up a conversation with this FINE dude on the treadmill next to me. He was in much better shape and was running while I was "power walking." So to impress him, I upped the speed so I could jog with him. Well, little did I know he'd planned on being on the machine for an hour...and could talk while running since he was in good shape. I tried so hard to keep up with him that I almost passed out cuz I was suckin wind! He was like "are you okay!?" and told me to stop before I killed myself. I got off and told him I'd be back after I got some water - and I was so embarrassed that I never came back and made sure I avoided eye contact with him every time I saw him again afterwards.

2. both

3. I think overly ambitious people can make terrible partners because they're usually so ambitious they ignore their partner's needs at home. That's why I think folks like Trump marry 2 and 3 times - I think they should just have men or women mistresses or date casually so they can focus on conquering the world.

4. It can, but rarely does if you're not looking for it.

5. no

Jay said...

1. I babysat this girl's cat, even though I'm slightly allergic. And the damn thing scratched me too. Never again. I know you have a cat Brooke, but doubt I could ever watch him for you.

2. Appreciated

3. I think they can make good partners, but not with an equally ambitious partner. I think one has to be slightly less ambitious, not alot.

4. it can happen

5. A CLOSE friend? No. I wouldn't want to jeopardize a friendship with a close female friend by sleeping with her - and I don't believe in dudes having threesomes that involve another dude. Two dicks in a room is one too many. That sh*t is gay.

The Cable Guy said...

1. I spent a grip on a restaurant she was dying to go to because I wanted to impress her. A brotha was broke behind that shit for a couple months!

2. both

3. I think two ambitious people can live in harmony if they don't have or want kids. I think of one of them has to be the primary caregiver, then something or someone has got to give.

4. I'm sure it can, but it never has for me.

5. No - I agree with Jay on this one.

The Fury said...

1. I can't think of one thing. I'm generally a shy guy on first meeting.
2. Understanding. If you understand there's a level of appreciation there
3. The ambition needs to match. If one is more ambitious than the other someone will feel left out.
4. Yes. I've seen it.
5. Hehehe...yes I would, especially if she were very attractive and the writer of one of my favorite blogs. 2 females, one male only...ahem...or several females and me. Lol

Brooke said...

"The ambition needs to match. If one is more ambitious than the other someone will feel left out."

I'm not sure I totally agree with that. Some people are perfectly happy taking a backseat or cheerleader role when it comes to their ambitious partner. I'm sure most athletes' wives are not as ambitious as their husbands and are perfectly happy sitting at home supporting him :)

If one person is content being a school teacher, while the other wants to be POTUS - I still think they can live in harmony as long as both are supportive of each others' dreams and decisions.

I also think that ambition can breed competition...I think there's a fine line there somewhere - and if not careful, two equally ambitious partners may begin to compete with each other if they're not building towards the same goal.

The Fury said...

Nothing wrong with being a cheerleader, but I've seen more times than not that friction occurs. You're a top level executive and your man wants to cook fries at mcDonald's...Like he wants to cook the fries that's it....what say you?

Brooke said...

Well, I don't think the disparity needs to be that great, but if I met a Wall St. Dude who wanted to rule the financial world and I was happy doing what I do at A&E, I think we could probably still work out- no?

The Fury said...

That could work. As long as the disparity isn't crazy. Who knows, maybe he'll feel you should want to be the President of A&E. #kanyeshrug

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