- 4 years ago
- Wedding: October 2015
So here’s the situation. Around midnight last night, BF and I were, ahem, getting frisky. While we were doing that, my roommate stopped outside my bedroom door and said to us “I can hear y’all!”
We then attempted to be more quiet. But we kept going. Because honestly, we were almost finished. But we DID try to be quieter.
But I suppose we didn’t do a good job because a few minutes later, she sent me this text.
“Okay seriously?! I said I can hear you. That’s really gross to me. And I don’t wanna sit here and have to hear that.”
Now I get that she doesn’t want to hear that but honestly, we were NOT that loud. And okay yeah, we could have turned on the TV but this was a spur of the moment thing. And when you’re in the mood, you kind of have a one-track mind so it didn’t occur to us to put on the TV.
But if the sounds bothered her THAT MUCH, she could have turned on the TV in the living room or turned the volume up!
And if she found it annoying, she should have said something to me AFTER the fact. Like “Hey y’all were a little loud last night, can you keep it down in the future?” And I would have apologized and said sure.
But she interrupted us DURING sex and sent a text a few minutes later because we didn’t immediately stop. We were quiet but there’s only so much we can do to minimize the noise if your bed is creaky.
I’m a little annoyed by this. When you have roommates, you have to get used to the fact that you might hear them getting busy. And when that happens, you turn on the TV or radio or invest in some good headphones. Especially when BF and I hardly ever have sex when she’s home. It’s pretty rare because my roommate and I have opposite work schedules. BF and I are usually home alone so it’s RARE when my roommate hears us. And even then, we are usually quiet, I think. It’s not like we’re porn stars or screamers. My bed is just creaky and makes noise when you move on it, I can’t help that!
Sigh. Okay, rant is now over. So what do y’all think? Was she being rude? Or am I overreacting?