Post # 1
My boyfriend (of two years) living situation is about to change, and I’m definitely not looking forward to it. Here’s the deal:
I currently live with a roommate, who is a friend from college. BF recently graduated in May, and for the past year has lived with 2 other guy friends from college. We typically spend the night together (ie, sleepovers) every Friday and Saturday night, and usually one night during the week based on our work schedules. My roomie has no problem with BF sleeping over, but she is pretty religious (waiting til marriage to do the deed) and our rooms are right next to each other with a thin wall in between. Add in a creaky old bed I inherited from my parent’s spare room, and there’s no “twister” going on in my apartment ever. However, this was never a problem before, as we could just do those things at BF’s apartment.
But now, in about a month, BF’s lease will be up and he will be moving home with his parents (for probably about a year) to save money during his first year of work. He will still be pretty close by, and of course I am welcome to hang out at his house, but his parents are pretty strict about us staying in the same room in their house (mine are too, so I understand where they are coming from.) Of course, they aren’t dumb and know that we do have sleepovers, and they don’t seem to mind that as long as it isn’t in their house.
So, if you haven’t figured it out by now, starting soon the situation will be:
No twister at his house + No twister in my apt = No twister at all???
Ahhh what am I going to do?!?!? Has anyone out there faced a similar situation?
Post # 3
OOOH! Sucks! I would beg.borrow and steal for a new bed, and put some kind of insulation, soundmuffling device on the wall of the bedroom. Or I’d find lots of good reasons to go camping!
Post # 4
- Wedding: September 2009 - City Hall
Buy your roommate lots of movie tickets.
Post # 5
Move the mattress onto the floor, and try to keep your own sounds to a minimum 🙂
Post # 7
Move your bed to the other side of the room 🙂
Post # 8
I’m sure there’s a time when your roommate is out of the apartment – you don’t have to wait until night!!
Also you can probably find some time at his parents’ house too. Again, you don’t have to sleep over to have sex, if that’s what you’re talking about. Sounds like fun for now and you will have plenty of time in the future to do things your way!
Post # 9
Um, yeah, you can still twister, just not in the bed. Move to the floor! Keep a blanket under your bed for that. And just be quiet. Your roommate isn’t clueless, she just doesn’t want to hear it!
Hopefully your roommate is respectful enough to leave and give you guys some personal space sometimes. Not enough to inconvenience her, but maybe she’ll let you know when, say, she’s going to the grocery store FOR A WHOLE HOUR, haha. Ok that’s not so subtle.
Post # 10
Yes, I agree with the others that there is hope here. Maybe even talk to your roommate about it just so she can give you a heads up as to when she’ll be out of the aparment for a bit and then you guys can have some alone time for “twister” as you call it, lol.
Yep, and then make some plans to get out of town sometimes together, go camping and whatnot, it would be fun!
Post # 11
could I suggest shower twister 🙂
Post # 12
- Wedding: August 2018 - Oakland Manor
Haha, I second the floor. I feel you on the twister situation, we both live with my parents!
Post # 13
The shower and floor are good options. Also maybe put on some music lol? But hey look on the bright side this could be a way to spice up your sex life by doing it in places you normally wouldn’t.
Post # 14
Your roomie is an adult, she knows it’s happening. Just don’t subject her to every moan and you should be fine. Get a new bed with all that money your FI is saving living at home.
Also, do we really have to say Twister? Can’t we just call it sex? If you are old enough to have it, you should be old enough to say the actual word. 🙂