Poll: what's your favorite position when fucking another dude
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View poll results: what's your favorite position when fucking another dude
on my back
11 29%
doggy
16 42%
on top
11 29%
Voters: 38.
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#2
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#3
I like doggy for the sensation of having him pound your ass. But I also like missionary sometimes because it allows me a bit more control over where I can shift myself to give him a better angle of attack.

It feels more comfortable to me to do doggy though because his cock likes to bend into my ass rather than bend against it.

Cowboy is fun for the control it gives you, but it does get a bit tiring after a while.

I'll vote the doggy option though.
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#4
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I like doggy for the sensation of having him pound your ass. But I also like missionary sometimes because it allows me a bit more control over where I can shift myself to give him a better angle of attack.

It feels more comfortable to me to do doggy though because his cock likes to bend into my ass rather than bend against it.

Cowboy is fun for the control it gives you, but it does get a bit tiring after a while.


missionary is fun cuz u can jerk off while he pounds u
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missionary is fun cuz u can jerk off while he pounds u

It does make doing that a bit easier, but you need to be careful to not come before he does because being penetrated feels awful after you've already come.

Feels wonderful while its happening though.
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#7
This thread is

literally gay
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#9
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I like doggy

aww yeaaaah

for the sensation of having him pound your ass.

wait wut
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#10
Which ever position bladez wants
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#15
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#16
her on top defs


can let her do her thing or grab her and bring her to pound town, best of both worlds
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#18
Woaaaaaah almost got me with that poll question aha u a cheeky 1 m9.

I was prepped to tell you my favorite position to go to sleep and everything.
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It does make doing that a bit easier, but you need to be careful to not come before he does because being penetrated feels awful after you've already come.

Feels wonderful while its happening though.

This is 100% correct.
#21
My favourite position is full back. I loved playing as a right back and also as a defensive midfielder.

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#22
The opposite of yours, as I can be quite the contrarian.
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Assistant manager

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#27
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her on top defs


can let her do her thing or grab her and bring her to pound town, best of both worlds
Yeah this
#28
on top is proper tiring but it's the best (leg day done tho)

doggy isn't tiring and is good enough (I prefer face down over being on all fours)

on my back/missionary is meh. prefer slow sideways spooning if we're lying down, ie more cuddling and grinding than simple pounding.


on the giving side, idc, whatever works for them.
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#29
If we're talking gridiron positions, quarterback is the best position. They're the offensive generals and they basically get all the praise or blame depending on how they play. #HeavyIsTheHead
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#30
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My favourite position is full back. I loved playing as a right back and also as a defensive midfielder.


that makes sense given how defensive you are

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...GHB is your favourite position?
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#31
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that makes sense given how defensive you are



i was never good enough to play up front

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#32
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i was never good enough to play up front
Defending's the harder job imo.

Playing up front doesn't require any brainpower, you just hit the ball towards the direction of the goal whenever you get it. Defending requires actually reading the game properly, anticipating what other players are going to do and where your best starting point is. The modern game if anything highlights the fact that as soon as an offensive player loses some of their pace, their entire game suffers.

It's why the best managers in the world today were mostly defensive players back in the day, and why strikers tend to have a lower success rate there.

I don't really know why I went into such detail about that...
#33
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Defending's the harder job imo.

Playing up front doesn't require any brainpower, you just hit the ball towards the direction of the goal whenever you get it. Defending requires actually reading the game properly, anticipating what other players are going to do and where your best starting point is. The modern game if anything highlights the fact that as soon as an offensive player loses some of their pace, their entire game suffers.

It's why the best managers in the world today were mostly defensive players back in the day, and why strikers tend to have a lower success rate there.

I don't really know why I went into such detail about that...


i agree but i was playing in the under 11s team so the most skilful players were up front, the big slow kids were the centre backs, and everyone else was just midfielders or full backs and kind of just ran around

i was a tough tackling smol midfielder for the most part in the makelele / gilberto mould

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#34
Quote by matt bickerton
Defending's the harder job imo.

Playing up front doesn't require any brainpower, you just hit the ball towards the direction of the goal whenever you get it. Defending requires actually reading the game properly, anticipating what other players are going to do and where your best starting point is. The modern game if anything highlights the fact that as soon as an offensive player loses some of their pace, their entire game suffers.

It's why the best managers in the world today were mostly defensive players back in the day, and why strikers tend to have a lower success rate there.

I don't really know why I went into such detail about that...


yeah yeah talk to me when you start playing keeper
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#35
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Defending's the harder job imo.

Playing up front doesn't require any brainpower, you just hit the ball towards the direction of the goal whenever you get it. Defending requires actually reading the game properly, anticipating what other players are going to do and where your best starting point is. The modern game if anything highlights the fact that as soon as an offensive player loses some of their pace, their entire game suffers.

It's why the best managers in the world today were mostly defensive players back in the day, and why strikers tend to have a lower success rate there.

I don't really know why I went into such detail about that...
Defending well is difficult. Anyone can half-ass any position.
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#37
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yeah yeah talk to me when you start playing keeper


stick the tallest kid of the team in goal and you have a keeper

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#38
A paid one.


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#39
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yeah yeah talk to me when you start playing keeper
A goal is rarely the goalkeeper's fault, more often than not it's due to a defensive error in front of them.

It's just that a mistake by a goalkeeper is more harshly judged as it will likely lead to a goal.
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