Our night behaviour often turns off men. So we asked a couple of men about the turn offs we commit in bed. Here are the top five bedroom blunders:
Cry: The day might have been a nightmare. But making sleeping time stressful is unforgivable. Most guys get ticked off and often would not really care what you are crying about for the whole night. “Switch off those tear jerking saas bahu soaps too”, says newly married Harman Singh. So the next time you feel the urge to go out your tears avoid nighttime. You partner never appreciates it.
Gossip: Yes we want to know what your friends bitched about; we want to know what our mothers think about you. But not as we are about to fall asleep. Men hate when women start gossiping, at night men want to de-stress and enjoy. So keep the drama for the evening.
Fake it: When men make love they know when you are hitting orgasm and when you are faking it. So the next time you do not reach your high, tell you man clearly. It will help both of you in the long run. And never act like those porn films with nasty sounds, to cover the lack of the big-O.
Act shy and conscious: Many men after marriage discuss kinky stuff. Sometimes women play along and say they are willing to give it a shot. But getting all coy and demure on the time of the act is not appreciated. Say yes only when you mean it. All this sati-savitri behaviour can make sex a pain than a pleasure.
Beauty rituals: Slapping on those tubs of creams might be a must for women but men detest it. “My wife smells like a flower factory and on kissing her I taste chemicals,” says Niteesh Jain, whose wife has just hit thirties and believes in pampering her skin.