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S-e-x advice So last night I went out with some friends and met this really great guy. Hes so handsome and we really hit it off and we end up going back to his place. Me and my girlfriend and him and his buddy hungout for awhile then eventually we all went to bed. Me and this guy had sex about 6 times last night. Once I went to the bathroom I learned that I was bleeding. Once I got back to the bedroom I totally was looking to see if I bled all over his sheets... well it wasn't on his sheets but on his blanket! I was so embarrassed I couldn't wait to get home and hide in my room. I know hes going to find the stains and I didn't know how to tell him what had happened. Now my predicament is that I feel like because this happened he wont find me as attractive or possibly will not want anything to happen between us again. I fear that because of this embarrassing incident he wont talk to me ever again. I don't know if I should message him an say sorry or just leave the whole thing alone, or if I should just message him and start a casual conversation? Uhh im so confused and sooooo embarrassed!

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First I would say, Wow!!! That was quick. Then what so you think you should so? This is a tuffy. For me , I would make contact with him and apologize first for allowing myself to have sex with him so quickly then I would apologize for making a mess on his blanket. But that's just me. He might not look as good when you see him again. Remember, this is what I would do.

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Wow - I agree.

But, I'd let him call YOU first.

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I'm with susiedqqq, let him call u first

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Forget about who should call whom first.This is about you accidentely making a bloody mess on his sheets.You need to at least apologize for that.You don't have to bring up anything else.

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