What Guys Really Think … Of Threesomes

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Does your guy really want to get it on with you and another girl, or is it just a fantasy?

Let's be honest here: Are guys really trying to have threesomes or are they just saying so because they think they should? Threesomes aren't for everybody. They're extra work, take proper planning and more often than not, someone's feelings get hurt.

So, guys, are you really dying to take two girls into bed with you?

We want to say we want them
"Not sure I'd ever be able to actually have one for real, but when I watch a movie or think about bringing two girls home, I’m not gonna lie and say that I wouldn't want to have one," says Ian, 27. "That's like asking me if I want to have my cake and eat it too. Who wouldn't say yes?"

Noah, 31, says, "It's like a guy thing. We want bigger muscles, we want butt sex, we want hotter girls and we want threesomes. Doesn't mean we really want them, but we want to say that we do. Sure, it's a societal thing, but I know that when I was younger I definitely tried to get my girlfriends to let me bring another girl into the mix. Clearly, it never worked out."

"For like two years I tried to get my girlfriend to agree to a threesome," Ryder, 27, says. "I'd beg and plead and try to make her see how much 'fun' we'd have. When she finally caved and told me that if we found the right girl, she'd agree, I realized that I didn't actually want to have it. Something about seeing my girlfriend give in just because I thought I wanted something so badly made me rethink why I wanted it in the first place."

Jason, 28, says that the problem is that guys are taught to want threesomes without even knowing if they really want them. "Take any male-driven movie and tell me that they don’t make threesomes and sex look so easy and attainable. Or tell me that Playboy doesn’t make you think that it’s really possible to get it on with two hot girls and have everyone walk away feeling great. You can’t, because it isn’t real and isn't true."

"I think that I want a threesome," says Jordan 30, "but I know if the time ever came I'd back out of it. I'd have no clue what to do!"

No, we're serious about having them
Mark, 29, has had a threesome before and plans to have another. "I told this girl I was dating that I was interested in having one and she said she had a friend I would love. If she was down, there was no way I was saying no. Her friend was really hot too. Afterward, our relationship didn't work out — we wanted different things, it turned out — but I would definitely try to have one again."

"The first time I took two girls home," says Evan, 25, "I was speechless. I knew what to do with one girl, but two? That was a whole 'nother body to worry about pleasing. It was intimidating. But once we got going it was way less messy than I pictured and the most fun I've ever had. Now, to do it again!"

"I was on vacation with my girlfriend and we spotted this babe down the beach," says Chris, 26. "We both thought she was hot and we were both right out of college, so we decided to be a little crazy before we went back to the real world. We hung out with her, got to know her, took her for drinks, and she kind of came out and told us that she’d done it before and would be willing to do it with us. It was crazy how quickly things fell into place. We had a lot of fun but I don’t think I’d ever have another threesome. My luck was too good the first time."

"I haven’t had one yet," says Joe, 32, "but it's on my bucket list. A few of my past girlfriends have shrugged off the idea of bringing home another person and adding them to the mix for a night, but I’m really serious about it. Obviously I want to like it — and I know I will — but more than anything, I just want to have one."

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