Post # 47
LOL!!! I understand!! the first couple times I farted around my Fiance I was moooooortified!!! but he farts ALL the time, so eventually, one day I was super gassy and I figured, what the hell… if we’re gunna be together, I have to be able to fart freely in my own house! So once I did it consciously the first time, I never stopped lol!! Now I can fart whenever I need and it’s not embarassing at all, in fact I think it’s hilarious bc he generally has some kind of comment to make.
I don’t mind pooping when he’s home (we have lived together, but right now he’s finishing his last semester of school so we live apart again) – but if there’s a chance it’s going to be a noisy poop, then I use a bathroom further away, or tell him to turn up the tv or something lol. But neither of us is shy about saying we have to poop. In fact I’ve occasionally had to remind him to shut the damn door bc he’s almost at the point where he thinks it’s ok to poop with the door open around me and I will NEVER be ok with that…
I draw the line at the door!
Post # 48
I used to be the same way. I’d actually save my poops for shower time, I would turn the water on to cover the noise and that gave it time to stop smelling. I wouldn’t fart in front of ANYONE! I’d contain it until my stomach made those nasty noises. I don’t know why, but it was so weird for me. I started living with my fiancé, where we share one bathroom. So I just, started to openly poop without showers. He even unclogged the toilet the other day after it started to overflow. He did poop right before me though, it might have been him! And my mom lets them rip in front of him. So, the other day, I did. Twice. He didnt notice, or didnt care. Now, I just don’t care. It was that easy lol
Post # 49
Nope, I don’t think so. It’s understandable that it’s an uncomfortable arena, but as she’s never pooped at his house in the 3 years they’ve been together, that’s an issue.
Post # 50
While I do appreciate your concern, I don’t agree whatsoever that this is an issue for which I should seek “help.” It was more of a silly thing that I found myself laughing about the other day and wanted to see if others did, in fact, run into the same issue prior to getting married/moving in together. My Fiance makes me feel beautiful whether I’m dressed to the nines for a night out or sitting around the house with my hair in a bun, no make-up, and sweats, so that is not an issue for us at all. My aversion to taking care of business around others isn’t specific to him. I’m the same way around friends and family. I will run the water while I go or use a bathroom in another section of the house if I can. It’s just how I am! This was meant to be more of a silly post and not to be taken so seriously 🙂
Post # 51
@mamadingdong: I kept trying but it’s like my mind blocked my butt.
OMG I know exactly what you mean hahaha!!
Post # 52
@SweetMelissa429: My fiance’s cousin has told me before “I know girls poop and pee because they’re human. But as far as I’m concerned, the only thing I want to believe comes out of their butts is flowers and perfume.”
I disagree! This is really going to be Too Much Information for a lot of people. Me and my buddy, we’re best friends. I like to think of us as friends who have sex. Therefore, I have gotten photo messages on my iphone that say stuff like “Hey! Look at this monster of a poop!” I’ve also caught him pooping while trying to play a video game in the next room (he took the controller with him to the bathroom and moved the TV). As for me, there was a time I was mad at him for something dumb, so I said that to make up for it he had to let me fart on him. He did! He still brings it up and laughs. He’s my bestest buddy. lol
Post # 53
Your post was hilarious! One of my best friends told me she and her boyfriend would send each other surprise picture messages of that as well. Since then Fiance and I have done it like once or twice. Lol I’m really not a gross person, I swear! It’s just the level of comfort I have with Fiance makes the whole thing funny. And in terms of gas I think the funniest part is that he
was the one who was nervous to ever let one go in front of me, or anywhere around me. I told him early on that as long as he doesn’t abuse it, I don’t care!
Post # 54
I felt the same way! Lol. I usually use the restroom upstairs because its more private but I rarely go poop in his house haha. Usually when I say I have to use the restroom, Fiance jokes if I’m going to go poop. And when I know I have to go because I start getting gassy and my stomach hurts for holding it, lol, I usually just make fun of myself and tell him not to go to the restroom for like 10 mins. Even tho it smells like roses LOL. Because we started making fun of our little restroom issues of being embarras of going, it actually made it easier now to talk about if we’re feeling a little sick and if we have irregular bowel movements, haha. Gross, I know, but you get pass it. I usually make fun of myself first in uncomfortable situations.
Post # 55
@SweetMelissa429: I don’t live with my current SO but am already pretty comfortable with him. He helped me recover from a major surgery. He literally had to walk me to the bathroom and sit me on the toliet. After that, there wasn’t much left to worry about. Now we’re lucky if the other one even closes the door.
I will say that I lived with my ex for a couple of years and in the beginning I was a little nervous about that aspect. Then, about two months after moving in together, we both came down with the norovirus within 4 hours of each other. We lived in a little house with only one bathroom. The virus was beyond brutal. That pretty much broke the ice with that one.
Post # 56
We’re the opposite… MrWigeon will sometimes announce to me when he’s going to ‘unload’. Or if I say I need to nip to the loo he’ll shout after me ‘have a pleasant dump’ even if I don’t need to! Haha. We have had fart competitions too. Maybe we’re just odd!
Post # 57
Oh no! That’s so funny. Poor thing.
Post # 58
My fiance and I have been together for 13 years. Up until very very recently, I had never, EVER heard him burp or fart. It started to bug me because a) is he not comfortable around me? and more importantly, b) HOW THE HELL does someone manage to avoid that for so long?! We’ve been living together for like, 7 years. Of COURSE this jackass has to be gorgeous, smart, and athletic, never looks at other girls, AND he doesn’t fart. I got to the point of begging him to at least ADMIT that he, yanno, sometimes passes gas in some form. He just laughs and tells me I’m crazy. Meanwhile every time I drink a fizzy pop I get good and gurgley and he gives me cute nicknames like “burpeycakes”.
Then one day he’s in the kitchen, and lets out the mother of all belches. I don’t think he realized I was in the house. Now it is all over, lol.
Post # 59
lol… when I have to do #2 … I tell FH to go to a far away room and put music or the tv on, or if he’s in the computer room, which is close to the bathroom, he has to close the computer room door!! I would die if he heard any noises associated with pooping!! He laughs and says I am being ridiculous, but I just can’t get comfy if I think he can hear!!
However, I have no issues with farting in front of him lol… but he doesn’t ever fart in front of me =
Post # 60
My Fiance is military and is use to being in combat quarters and he doesnt have a problems anouncing that he has to use the toliet and if I do I need to go now…I would just laugh and tell him just dont forget to use the spray because I dont want my eyes to burn…haha.
He is so noisey that if I dont go he says what is wrong with me I am not eating right. I need more roughage in my diet. I go but he wants me to tell him and most of the time it just happens when he would make the coffee in morning. So when he would bring it to me or tell me it is ready I would have gone.
Post # 61
Boy do I feel that. When we met, it was really controlled, barely there at all actually, so when it came back a couple years into the relationship while we were living together I was pretty embarassed. Fortunately while he’s usually blunt, he assumed quite rightly that I’d be anxious about it and was nice enough to ignore ignore ignore.