I do want to send these texts, I'm 'not doing it for him' I would like to feel more comfortable being expressive, but just want a bit of guidance, to build up confidence with being expressive. OK mate I can help you with this Firstly you have to think like a man.
Have fun Oh this is brilliant, thanks, now he has asked 'what do you want to do to me?
not great at it, but can do it drunk and just about cringe through some cheesy lines I might say during sex. (Make it up and tell him you're wearing something sexy. ) Or tell him you're out shopping in a mini skirt and you forgot to put on panties? If you get stuck then ask him what he'd like you to be doing next.
As a general guide though, try just describing 'going down' on him - describe how you're licking/nibbling/whatever certain parts, what you can feel, taste, hear from him, how much it turns you on etc..kind of thing.
If you really describe every detail of the 'act' then that'll take up a good few texts and hopefully leave him more than satisfied. Saying you're going to tie them up or let them tie you up seems to be a fave too.
It does nothing for me, and i feel like laughing when asked to describe what i'm wearing. As far as i'm concerned, if you want to get down and dirty you can get down and dirty with me in person or jog on. I think it helps to imagine that you are describing a cake to someone who can't see it...
If they knew the truth then they'd go from hard to floppy in less time than it would take to say "oh".
Do you have any sort of things that you could hint at.
Or something as simple as asking him to hurry home as your lonely in the shower or something. then you can progress to more risky stuff Oh this is brilliant, thanks, now he has asked 'what do you want to do to me?
like PP said about saying you forgot underwear or describing what you have on. lets say OH was helping me do the dishes well the dishes never really got done for ages that night.
So if i want to get flirty I say I am going to do the dishes but it would be better if he was there to help.
Often this includes dealing with sexual material but doesn't necessarily mean visually pornographic; a comedian who tells jokes with a sexual theme could be called 'a bit blue'.
then would mean that the programme/character in question is normally 'clean' but has begun to include more adult themes.
Maybe am just narrow minded but don't understand how a smutty text differs from porn excepting that you (hopefully!