Eating Me Out Is a Marathon, Not a Sprint

When we were kids, we hear grownups say, “Slow and steady wins the race.” Now, as a woman in my twenties, I think I finally understand what that means.

 

Life is a marathon, not a sprint, though this mainly applies to you going down on me.

 

People think they have to move quickly in order to get ahead in life, but that outlook on life is toxic and not going to lead to real success. And when I talk about success, I want to be clear that I am not talking about your career or personal growth, but rather the way you perform oral sex on me. When you are down there, take your time. The faster you go, the harder you’ll fall – meaning the less likely I am to orgasm.

 

There’s just no end to the growth process, so don’t fall into the trap of thinking you know everything, especially about how to make me finish via oral sex alone. Maybe you heard me moan, so you’re thinking you’ve got it all figured out, but I simply did that because you slowed down for a few seconds and I was trying to reward you for doing something right. We’re never really done learning, and by “we” I mean “you” – specifically because you are rapidly lashing my clit with your tongue and now I am instead thinking about what I will eat after this is over instead of coming. Slow down, buddy, we’ve got a long way to go!

 

The idea that there’s an arrival point in this crazy thing we call “eating me out” is a misconception. With that mindset, you’ll either lose motivation (i.e. your jaw will get sore) or you’ll burn out (i.e. your tongue will get tired). So take your time, and let me fucking enjoy the ride for once in my fucking life!

Next time you’re going down on me, come prepared. Bring water to keep yourself hydrated and a mantra to keep yourself motivated. Go slow to prevent injuries, like me not being attracted to you anymore.

 

 

Remember nothing is easy, and though licking my pussy the way I like probably seems like an impossible task, if you paced yourself it would not be. There is no finish line in sight, but I will say at the end of the day I would like to finish.

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