The thirst is real

All Woman

WHEN you've been out of a relationship for long, sometimes you'll do things you wouldn't have otherwise to satisfy the need for companionship. What lengths have people gone to quench their thirst for a warm body in bed with them?

Below, a few women share.

S, 34, literacy specialist:

I would say the thirstiest thing was accepting a woman's proposal to go south. Before her offer I was never bicurious. However, after a period of drought I accepted her offer. Truth be told I have no regrets, it was great.

Alti, 38, business owner:

My husband was away for two years trying to get straight and I was going out of my mind – the thirst was real. I hooked up with my ex, the same one who had broken my jaw. Silly me, because he started wanting to do hookups on a regular and I had to take out a restraining order.

Kerry, 28, customer service rep:

I have gone to sports bars to meet hot guys before when single when I just needed fulfilment.

Ava, 45, consultant:

I have done a few things, but I would say what tops the list is when I flew in my friend with benefits and rented a posh hotel room on the north coast... all for a D appointment.

Marsha, 29, receptionist:

The thirstiest thing could also qualify as the dumbest in my book. I was hooking up with a guy I didn't know long and because it had been a while I allowed him to finish even when the condom broke. I'm still mad at myself, but happy I didn't catch anything though.

Michelle, 38, stylist:

Some years ago I recall wanting to get romanced so bad, that I intentionally got drunk, but aware enough to see who was taking advantage of me. I was pleased so I just let him take me to the bathroom of the establishment. That automatically took public place shenanigans off my bucket list.

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