Has anyone here….got caught?
Has anyone here been invaded during the act of lovemaking? Either by children, parents, siblings, friends, bosses, strangers, or anyone else? Could be from married life or maybe fornication from the days of yore.
Was it traumatic to you or the unfortunate spectator?
Or maybe YOU were the one who barged in?
Surely someone has a story
Thankfully, we never have. Nothing more than some little fingers under the door.
We have had a daughter come in and even climb on my husband’s back as he had stilled and was still on me. We were under the blankets, so she had no clue. No trauma for any of us… just a memory and laughter as a couple.
BUT, last night, though we weren’t doing anything, my husband was laying on the bed in the buck, spread eagle because it was hot, while I was sitting at the end of the bed… our 19yo knocked as he was opening the door. Because I was sitting at the end of the bed, I was making the blankets impossible for my husband to grab and cover up… all I can see is my son not being sure what he was seeing so he stood there a little longer than one would think a son would do and hearing my husband struggling to try to find something to grab plus sputtering trying to get something out to say to our son. We haven’t seen him yet today, but I have asked my husband if we’ll need to get our son some counseling for his potential trauma. I have broken out in laughter multiple times today as I remember it.
Update on my story… the whole family, minus the son who walked in last night, went for a walk. Last night came up, and come to find out, this son walked out and informed all his siblings…with some gagging… that he just walked in on mom and dad “doing the deed”. 😆 We got to set the record straight with them all. 🙂
No, thankfully not.
One time we were about to start, we had laid some of the stuff out on the bed. DD1 came down the hall and stopped at our door calling. We were both still dressed but we aren’t sure which of the things on the bed that she saw. But she didn’t say anything.
No for us, but have to wonder if noises have carried, especially when our bedroom is next to the door leading down to the basement family room. Also concerning is that our house was built somewhere around 1837 and has no wall insulation.
SC your recent experience is hilarious. I guess locks may still be needed even where adult children are concerned. 🙂
Many years ago, we had been married about a year and stayed in the in-laws house for a few days. We hadn’t had sex since we had been there, but I begged my wife in to it early one morning, we thought everyone was still asleep. I was on top and seconds away from finishing when there was a knock on the door and my mother in-law opened the door! She closed the door and left. We were so embarrassed, but to make things worse, when we came out and went to the kitchen, her two sisters and mom were there and her mom says “there are the two love birds”. I know my face was red!
DW and I have not be caught to our knowledge. Been interrupted by a knock or voice at the door several times.
I walked in on my folks multiple times when I was little. It was the ultimate reason I got a bathroom on my end of the house. I had to walk through their room to get to the only bathroom in the house. I remember one vividly like it was yesterday. It was in the middle of the day, mom bent over the cedar chest, both stripped waste down. I have often wondered if that is why I prefer the rear entry positions. Is that PTSD??? Or TMI??
We were at our annual family church camping trip, We were only married 3 years. We had just got the toddler down for nap in the tent next to ours (2 small tents connected to a central large one) when we decided that we needed a “nap” too. Well we were being quiet and not shaking the tent. we were so convincing we heard our friend walking up to see if they could find us. I heard them saying that they thought we were over at our site. The worst bit was the fact they walked over right as I was Finishing in the Mrs. and trying to keep quiet was soooo hard. We laugh about it today, but we never told our friends about it.