Post # 62
@SweetMelissa429: This is gonna sound so weird, but keep matches in the bathroom. After you’ve finished, if it stinks, light one, let it burn for a second, then blow/put it out. For some reason the smoke works so much better than any air freshener I’ve ever used at getting rid of the smell.
Also, my boyfriend and I live together, so bodily functions aren’t something I worry about him knowing. But I won’t do girly things like face masks in front of him. I also refuse to let him in tthe shower when I shave my bikini area (we usually like to shower together, but I just feel weird with him in there while I’ve got my face between my legs trying to do a thorough job lol)
Post # 63
I have never been poop-shy LOL. Nor has my husband. We will taken open-door shits. It’s gross. But it’s us. Hehehe
Post # 64
I’ve never had that issue however I suggest that you just get it all out and be yourself. It’s not fair to either one of you for him to date someone you aren’t. It’s just body functions I’m sure he’ll understand.
Post # 65
I have managed to convince my Fiance that I don’t have a butt.
I’ve lived with him for 4.5 years now, and I still don’t fart or poop while he’s around. There was one time when we were wrestling, and he squeezed me too tight, and then one other time we were watching a movie and I forgot he was there, but he didn’t even hear lol.
Post # 66
I’m so glad I’m not the only one with this issue. I feel like its a covert mission every time I need to go. I try to get in and out quickly and act like I had only peed. And I have to make sure my SO is nowhere near the master bathroom and sitting down doing something so that he won’t get up and walk into our bedroom. I have never farted in front of him (even though he says I have in my sleep). I deny that I even poop at all. It really bothers him because he’s so open about it and keeps asking me when I go. I tell him that my body just breaks everything down so it comes out as pee. Its just soooo emabarassing for me!!!
Post # 67
Lmfao, my DH does something similar. When I fart, he just gets this flabbergasted look on his face and says, “Oh, that’s it! You’re not getting none now!” (In a joking way). He definitely has a double standard because he farts all day long. But, if I do it, it’s like his world came crashing down! Haha!
Post # 68
I have issues with pooping. If I think anyone can hear me, I can’t go. Not just DH, but anyone. Our bathroom is by the kitchen and that’s where everyone always hangs out. So, if anyone’s here, I don’t go poop. When it’s just us, if DH is in his TV room, which is on the other side of the bathroom wall, I make sure his TV is turned up loud and the door is shut. I’ve heard other people pooping because the insulation is just poor. I’ll be sitting at the bar in the kitchen and hear the explosion taking place, haha! It’s awkward and I never want that to happen to me! If people are in the kitchen and I have to go really bad (I think I have IBS), I turn on the shower. I aboslutely cannot go in a public restroom if there are stalls involved.
But, I am not afraid for DH to know that I am going to poop. In fact, we usually announce it to each other now, after three years together and eight months married. I just don’t want him to actually hear me doing it.
Post # 69
My mom told my fiancé (then boyfriend) that I always have gas….she told him this the first time she met him. So, I guess I got the farting thing out of the way early. We have been living together for 5 years and I make a huge productiom about going #2. I turn like the sink and shower on and pretend like he doesn’t know what is happening. He does. He doesn’t care.
Post # 70
My husband is a pooping machine. He poops at the same time every day, at least 3 times a day. I on the other hand must not be ‘regular,’ lucky if I poop that many times in a week (TMI). I insisted that he use matches but then found Poo Pourri, which he loves. It is amazing! Bees you have to try it! I buy it from QVC but you can find it at other retailers. It is less obvious than using a match & is nice to have in your guest bathroom for when you have company over. You don’t hear someone using an aersol can or the sulfur smell from a match.
Poo Pourri and separate bathrooms = happy marriage .