Has your significant other fell out of bed during intimacy ?

@SusanLee (1920)
United States
August 6, 2008 1:26pm CST
This is not something I would normally talk about in a public forum. But I guess I could write it delicately. This has happened to me on two occasions. I didn't fall out of bed, but my first and second husband did. My first husband was there one second, and gone the next. I heard a grunt and groan, (it was not from pleasure) suddenly I heard a loud thump and I was alone. Flipping on the light I found him on the floor by the bed foundering like a fish out of water. He was holding his thigh yelling 'I have a cramp, I have a cramp' That took care of the mood, but boy was I relaxed after the howling belly laugh I had. Many years later, with my second husband, we hadn't been together long. We were romping on an old bed with springs. Things hadn't gotten intimate yet, he was all kissy and smoochy, I remember how passionate and smokey his brown eyes looked as he was looking down at me with longing. Then in one heartbeat his eyes got huge, the blood ran out of his face, and in slow motion he just keeled over to the right and fell right off the bed, again, I looked over the edge and he was holding his knee squeeling like a pig. He had kneeled on a broke spring and it gouged him in the knee cap. And once again the mood was broke. Did I laugh? With that expression on his face what do you think I did?
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@nicholejade (2430)
• Canada
6 Aug 08
I have usually been the one doing the falling out of bed during intimacy. It does happen with my partner but not to often. I think it's because I am more of the wild one in the sack and do some pretty crazy acrobat moves. There have always been the times that we are rolling around arm in arm and then all of sudden plop on the floor. But have always kepted going.
@SusanLee (1920)
• United States
7 Aug 08
Hmmm...sound like you all might need a little bit bigger bed lol, more room that way.
• Canada
9 Aug 08
You can't get any bigger than a double king size better. Unless we get two of them and push them together. But I know for a fact that we will still find a way to get on that floor.
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@cjgrooms (4456)
• United States
8 Aug 08
Thanks for the laugh. This is what i mean when i say you should have been a comedian! I have kicked my first husband out of bed but the idiot never fell out on his own!
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@SusanLee (1920)
• United States
9 Aug 08
Somehow imagining you propped in bed with a book in your hand, pointing toward the door and saying 'out' strikes me as pretty funny.
• India
6 Aug 08
Yup, of course you did. That really was funny. But it never happened to me or my husband. But he did have a cramp in his back and wasn't able to move, and he was in an awkward position. And yeah we cant help laughing.
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@SusanLee (1920)
• United States
7 Aug 08
Hey, when two people are that 'occupied' with each other, and something like a cramp comes out of nowhere and puts the freeze on things, it is very funny, even if they don't land on the floor. (especially when they start yelling they have a cramp)
@weasel81 (2501)
• Australia
6 Aug 08
it was a good laugh sorry to say, my mum has a second house on their other property. they were stasying there one night and were going to bed, don't know what they were doing exactly. but mum said dad sat on the bed and it colapsed, all you could do was laugh. dad wasn't to happy about it, then slowly saw the funny side. so they had to find another room to sleep in and then buy a new bed.
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@samijo719 (1054)
• United States
6 Aug 08
OMgosh it's so funny to see this post because just last night me and my honey went for some drinks and when we came home we ya know got busy and somehow when we moved he was so close to the edge of the bed he rolled off!! I could not stop laughing!
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@SusanLee (1920)
• United States
7 Aug 08
It can be a mood breaker. Wonder why it strikes us so hilariously?