Ladies, do you think it's cheesy when...

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Ladies, do you think it's cheesy when...

mtlm39 mtlm39
...a man says, " I want to make love to you."? Or is it romantic?

At my work Christmas party a few nights ago, I was semi-drunkenly discussing seduction techniques with a few female co-workers. When I mentioned the phrase, they looked at eachother, laughed and told me. "No one calls it 'making love' anymore."

So has any man ever said it to you? I admit I've used it a few times in the heat of the moment.
Is it just semantics to say %&*$# or making love? Is there a difference between how you %&*$# someone and how you would 'make love' to them?
Opinions ladies, pls!!!!
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sktb0007 sktb0007
I guess it depends on how it is said.. It definitely can be corny.
12/25/2011
Envy Envy
I think it's sweet.
12/25/2011
Yaoi Pervette (deleted) Yaoi Pervette (deleted)
It depends on who is saying it. I don't find it cheesy if my husband says it. If a guy who I don't know well or barely dated said it to me, I would think it was cheesy. If love has nothing to do with my relationship with the guy, he is better off just saying he wants to @!?# me. I won't be offended.
12/25/2011
Katelyn Katelyn
I never say it. I think it's kind of cheesy but I think it is cute to say to your SO. I personally don't like the phrase because I associate it with too many cheesy movie scenes.
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12/25/2011
Miss Naughty Kitty Miss Naughty Kitty
Quote:
Originally posted by mtlm39
...a man says, " I want to make love to you."? Or is it romantic?

At my work Christmas party a few nights ago, I was semi-drunkenly discussing seduction techniques with a few female co-workers. When I mentioned the phrase, they ...
cheese
12/25/2011
True Pleasures True Pleasures
It's a little cheesy to me. We just sort of gently phase into making love, he never really says anything other than "I love you" before or during. If it's slow and gentle foreplay, I know he just wants to make love. He doesn't have to tell me, and I'd sort of rather he wouldn't.
12/25/2011
PeaceToTheMiddleEast PeaceToTheMiddleEast
I would not want some one to say lets #### if they maybe said it to where it was not rude then it be ok. I only use making love if involved with someone.
12/25/2011
Ghost Ghost
I find it cheesy.
12/26/2011
Ryuson Ryuson
Me and my boyfriend of 3 years say it and love it.
12/26/2011
SMichelle SMichelle
It's cheesy, but I still think it's sweet (but only when a significant other says it).
12/26/2011
LilLostLenore LilLostLenore
It depends on the guy and how he says it it can be romantic or cheesey.
12/26/2011
Coralbell Coralbell
I've never actually had anyone say it to me. I might find it cheesy, but it would depend on how it was said.
12/26/2011
shcoo shcoo
I prefer the term "fuck." I think it's hotter. But I guess "make love" could be sweet to hear in the right circumstance; I just can't think of one.
12/26/2011
js250 js250
It really depends on the context of the conversation. As a pick up line-CHEESE!, but if it is very seductive, complimentary, etc....possible.
12/26/2011
spiceboy spiceboy
Why does it have to be one of two extremes, "fuck" or "make love"? I'd be mildly repulsed by either. Why not just use middle of the road standards like "have sex" or "sleep with"? There's no underlying meaning, just say what you mean.
12/27/2011
shySEXXaddict shySEXXaddict
Quote:
Originally posted by mtlm39
...a man says, " I want to make love to you."? Or is it romantic?

At my work Christmas party a few nights ago, I was semi-drunkenly discussing seduction techniques with a few female co-workers. When I mentioned the phrase, they ...
first i will say YES there is a difference between "fucking" and "making love",i think.making love is more personal,slow,seductiv e,done with passion fueled by love or lust and fucking is everything else.lol.~thats how i define them anyways,but there is a difference!And im sorry but yes it is cheezy to say you wana make love to someone.I have had guys say it to me and i cant help but get turned off by it and them.just bcuz i feel like saying "really,make love?no, more like you just want to fuck me so just say it and dont try to sugar coat it"!
12/27/2011
shySEXXaddict shySEXXaddict
Quote:
Originally posted by Ryuson
Me and my boyfriend of 3 years say it and love it.
and THIS is the only time its not cheezy..is when its with your partner that you u love!
12/27/2011
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