“Jealous Friends Criticize My One-Night Stand Approach”
A WOMAN who had a one-night stand said her friends laughed at her for doing it “wrong.”
But whether or not she messed it up was up for debate, with supporters telling her that her friends were “weird” and “jealous.”
A woman had a one-night stand but her friends told her she did it ‘wrong’Credit: Getty
The woman, who posted under the name Marrc, shared her experience on the Mums Net forum.
“My friends are currently laughing at my ‘failed’ one-night stand last night,” she said.
She explained that she had just ended a long-term relationship and went over to a date’s place purely for sex, with no intention of anything serious.
“He paid for me to get to his house for 3 pm yesterday (friends thought the time was hilarious for some reason??), we talked for an hour or so and then had sex,” she wrote.
Afterward, her date requested that she stay the night.
“We watched a film, had sex, and then spoke a bit longer, we got on well and had the same sense of humour so it wasn’t awkward or anything!” she wrote.
After cuddling with him in the morning, she left his place at 11 in the morning.
That was where her friends’ objections came in.
“Friends feel I’ve done it wrong because: one, I stayed the night?” she said.
“Apparently, you should leave straight after the deed. (Not sure why this is weird – it’s nice to sleep next to someone and cuddle?),” she added.
Her friends felt that the experience should have had boundaries, saying that she arrived too early and should have left by 10 pm.
People took to the comments to share what they thought the definition of one-night stand meant.
“It was a one-night stand….it lasted one night. Tell your friends to p*ss off,” said one commenter.
“They sound jealous to be fair,” said another.
Others thought she should start looking for better companionship: “People who laugh at you aren’t friends,” said one viewer.
“Your friends are weird. If you’re happy with how it went, their opinion is irrelevant,” said another.
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