Let’s replace TEA with SEX

So the other day Mitchy came to my house. He had always said he would love to eat my Afang soup. Well, the day he came no Afang soup. So I suggested making ‪#‎tea‬ for him.
He said ‘YES!’
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So I went to the kitchen. I was almost done with the tea, I had heat the water, brought Milo and Milk. When Mitchy said he doesn’t want ‪#‎hot_tea‬ but ‪#‎cold_tea‬. Right in the kitchen, I poured the hot water and replaced it with cold water.
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Weeks later, Mitchy came to my house. I offered to give him #tea…again. But he refused. He said he doesn’t drink tea but coffee. How? But you drank tea the other day? He said he just did because it was his first visit to my house and didn’t want to turn down my offer.
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I didn’t tell you all about the day he came and when I offered him coffee, he said he doesn’t drink coffee but tea. Hian! I said nothing but gave him the tea he asked for.
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We went clubbing one time, Mitchy got so drunk, I was sober. I drove the car down to my place because the club was closer to my crib. I made #tea, but he couldn’t drink it. He’s drunk remember? I didn’t force him. I just let him lay there. When he woke up, nobody told him to drink the tea, he drank it himself.
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Now! Let’s replace TEA with SEX.
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Let’s do it this way…
“””””””Think of sex as drinking tea. If someone comes to your house and you suggest making a cup of tea for them, they can say yes or no. If they say no, don’t force them to drink the tea by forcing it down their throat. Don’t assume that everybody likes drinking tea, with you, some prefer coffee.
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Even if they have drank tea with you before it doesn’t mean that they would want to drink tea with you today, or ever. Don’t nag and say “but we drank tea yesterday, let’s drink again today”..
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If they say to you “come on, let’s go and drink tea in your house”, but change their mind on getting there. Don’t force them to drink the tea. Maybe they are no longer in the mood for tea: respect their decision.
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Remember, people who are incapable of drinking tea (unconscious, asleep, intoxicated) cannot drink tea, so don’t even suggest making tea for them. Wait until they are sober, before asking them whether they want to drink tea.
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Also, the fact that the tea drinking offer is at your place, her place, in a hotel, in a cafe etc does not make any difference. If they say no don’t force them to drink the tea. Same with their dressing – if at all there is such thing as dressing for tea – don’t say “but you are dressed for tea”.
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What you read are the same. I just used a live example (Mitchy) to explain.
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So a girl comes to your house and you suggest having sex with her (giving her tea) . If she says yes and along the line changes her mind and says no (STOP!) Don’t force her.
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If she says she doesn’t want tea, don’t force the tea down her throat, remember tea is hot (sex is painful when forced and less pleasurable)
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Maybe you have been giving her tea (you 2 have been having sex before) but that day, she says she doesn’t want tea (sex) , that you 2 have been doing it before shouldn’t make you force her (drink tea)
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If she’s drunk, don’t force her to drink tea (have sex) wait till she’s okay before you give her tea.
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Don’t go about forcing tea down someone’s throat.
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Respect your age, your penis and your konji.
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NO! is NO even when it doesn’t mean NO! But as long as NO is uttered, lock up.
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Piece inspired by Jen Ebere (hugs)
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And no, Mitchy never came to my house. That was an illustration.

Written by Nsikak Effiong, a contributor of Abel Abel. You can follow Nsikak on facebok, click here

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