do you come or cum?

do you come or cum?

jenn g jenn g
I alway think, and write it, in this way:

I come
He cums


Anyone else feel this way?
11/02/2011
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Rossie Rossie
Quote:
Originally posted by jenn g
I alway think, and write it, in this way:

I come
He cums


Anyone else feel this way?
Yes, that's how I like to put it also. I come = I climax, and he cums = he ejaculates.
11/02/2011
CreamySweet CreamySweet
Quote:
Originally posted by jenn g
I alway think, and write it, in this way:

I come
He cums


Anyone else feel this way?
I stick with cum for me as well as for him. In my mind it keeps the sexual version clear of the daily use of the word. If I didn't I could see myself using cum in place of come in a normal email when describing the action of someone.. oops. Plus as wet as I get with the occasional.squirt cum seems to fit. I also like it because it goes with yum as in yum or yummy cum or cum on my buns though admittedly the normal cries of passion are "Fuck me oh yes fuck me! Cum deep in my pussy - I want your cum!"
11/02/2011
Jaimes Jaimes
Quote:
Originally posted by jenn g
I alway think, and write it, in this way:

I come
He cums


Anyone else feel this way?
I like that version. Although in general, I prefer the word come. Cum is strangely a squiggy word for me. Like talking about bodily functions with curse words. It's not that I don't say it, I just don't prefer it.
11/02/2011
Toys in Love Toys in Love
For me cum is the product from coming. As in "I had her cum all over my face". But the act is coming. as in "he came", "I'm coming" and so on...
11/02/2011
Jul!a Jul!a
I prefer to use cum and cumming for orgasms to keep the two words separate in my head, because to me you can cum all over somebody, but you come over to somebody's house. The only time they're the same for me is if it's past tense; he/she came all over the bed, he/she came over the the house.
11/02/2011
~LaUr3n~ ~LaUr3n~
Quote:
Originally posted by Jul!a
I prefer to use cum and cumming for orgasms to keep the two words separate in my head, because to me you can cum all over somebody, but you come over to somebody's house. The only time they're the same for me is if it's past tense; he/she ...
Ditto. Didn't feel like re typing.

To me it's two separate words although they sound the same.
11/02/2011
TitsMcScandal TitsMcScandal
I use cum for climaxing. Like Sam (aka Jul!a), I think it is easier to differentiate when you spell them differently.
11/02/2011
Annemarie Annemarie
Grammatically, and almost universally, I use "cum" and "cumming" to indicate orgasm. They sound different to "come" and "coming," however. "Came" is past tense for both.

That said, my significant other definitely "comes" instead of "cums," when I just "cum." There's some sort of difference between what he does, and what I do. Hard to explain.
11/02/2011
Vanille Vanille
Master and I both use 'come' I think 'cum' is more.... male-y. *laughs* Hard to explain really.
11/02/2011
SexyStuff SexyStuff
I use come for both.
11/02/2011
js250 js250
Quote:
Originally posted by Jul!a
I prefer to use cum and cumming for orgasms to keep the two words separate in my head, because to me you can cum all over somebody, but you come over to somebody's house. The only time they're the same for me is if it's past tense; he/she ...
Same here. I must have read too much tonight, I thought you wrote they came all over your house. Ok, time to do something else for awhile!LOL!
11/02/2011
Paladin Fantasys Paladin Fantasys
Quote:
Originally posted by Toys in Love
For me cum is the product from coming. As in "I had her cum all over my face". But the act is coming. as in "he came", "I'm coming" and so on...
Ditto!
11/02/2011
Shellz31 Shellz31
Quote:
Originally posted by Jul!a
I prefer to use cum and cumming for orgasms to keep the two words separate in my head, because to me you can cum all over somebody, but you come over to somebody's house. The only time they're the same for me is if it's past tense; he/she ...
I'm the same.
11/03/2011
Jul!a Jul!a
Quote:
Originally posted by js250
Same here. I must have read too much tonight, I thought you wrote they came all over your house. Ok, time to do something else for awhile!LOL!
Haha, the typo I just noticed in my post probably didn't help any either.
11/03/2011
eroticmutt eroticmutt
I am female but I still consider myself to be cumming. Just another word for orgasm OR ejaculation to me, or even squirting.
11/03/2011
Ansley Ansley
Cum = ejaculate
Coming = Orgasm for either party

I use coming or come or came, because an orgasm is arriving at the point of climax. Cum is the result of coming.
11/03/2011
LQ LQ
Quote:
Originally posted by Jaimes
I like that version. Although in general, I prefer the word come. Cum is strangely a squiggy word for me. Like talking about bodily functions with curse words. It's not that I don't say it, I just don't prefer it.
Same here. The only curse word that doesn't make me cringe when used sexually/bodily-functi onally is "fuck." And "come" does make sense to me, as in "Come with me to this fabulous orgasm-y place." (Only in a less bodice-ripper way).

And I'm now going to be saying "squiggy" all day long. Yay! I love new words.
11/03/2011
Collogue Collogue
Quote:
Originally posted by jenn g
I alway think, and write it, in this way:

I come
He cums


Anyone else feel this way?
I like to "come", and I like it when my partner "comes", but I think he often writes it as cum and it doesn't bother me. When used as a noun I prefer cum for clarity
11/29/2011
K101 K101
Quote:
Originally posted by jenn g
I alway think, and write it, in this way:

I come
He cums


Anyone else feel this way?
I don't know if it's the writer in me or what, but I NEVER write "cum." Lol. I guess I'm a "come" prude! Ha Ha. It has to be "come" for me.
11/29/2011
0letitgrow 0letitgrow
Quote:
Originally posted by jenn g
I alway think, and write it, in this way:

I come
He cums


Anyone else feel this way?
I always felt she cums he cums
11/30/2011
LAndJ LAndJ
I had never really thought about it that way, but it makes sense.
11/30/2011
LavenderSkies LavenderSkies
Quote:
Originally posted by Toys in Love
For me cum is the product from coming. As in "I had her cum all over my face". But the act is coming. as in "he came", "I'm coming" and so on...
I agree.
12/01/2011
Katelyn Katelyn
Quote:
Originally posted by LavenderSkies
I agree.
yep, how i see it as well
12/01/2011
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