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*phrase borrowed from an article from The Onion in relation to the subject.
I turned around and he had his hand in that `slipped just inside of pants` comfort position when the banging commenced.
This was a fortnight ago.
and his mum.
"You two aren't going to start giggling if there's tits in this are you?"
Although it was enjoyable watching the beautiful cringing of them watching the opening scene on googlebox last week
Sitting watching films with graphic sex scenes while sat next to my 15 year old daughter.
I don't think either of us are too bothered.
The end of Requiem for a Dream where the crowd of baying men demand that the girls go 'ass to ass' with a double ended dildo was a bit much though.
Is this why?
It's also not very good.
which ends with no positives whatsoever. None that I can remember anyway. Which I actually like, it is quite refreshing to have that inevitability smashed. I reckon Harry Potter would have been brilliant if Voldemort won.
Kids are 11, 13 and 15
I'm pretty laid back - but it's surprising how many films have sex scenes you've forgotten about
Not sure id choose to watch something like requiem for a dream with my 15 year old though.
Thankfully, it's usually something innocuous like Countryfile or Coast, though.
However, last year did make us watch The Invention Of Lying (mediocre Ricky Gervais vehicle) as he thought we'd find it conceptually interesting. The first scene involves a woman describing how she was masturbating prior to a date because she knew that the man (Ricky Gervais) she was going out on a date with was not going to satisfy her. Or something. After this scene, my dad said "oh, I forgot about that bit..."
not really knowing much about the plot.
They've never spoken about it since.
she came to stay at mine, and we watched Wild At Heart. My Dad came home from the pub pretty pissed just as Willem Defoe was launching in to a horribly sleazy, extended pawing session of Laura Dern. The chairs in our living room were set up weird, so we, on one sofa, couldn't quite see my Dad on the other sofa, noisily battling with his shoes and heavy-breathing John Smith's Magnet scent over the room. He sat through the whole squalid scene, then stood up and just said "well, I'll leave youse to it". We were both desperate to say something like "It's a proper film and most of it isn't this grim!" but of course we didn't.
I also once watched Brokeback Mountain with my Dad and Stepmum because I'd bought it and they said they wanted to watch it and got a little hurt and offended that I wouldn't watch it with them. The spit in the hand moment...Christ.
for everyone to watch.
He picked American Pie.
Can't remember how far in we got before my dad said perhaps we'd watch something else and awkwardly turned it off.
Watching this, age 12, in the lounge with my dad and step mum. In retrospect it was as just as hard (wheyyy!!) trying to disguise my obvious stonk-on when Renton is banging Diane as it was to not make it glaringly obvious how much I wanted my life to be like theirs (minus the AIDS then horrific death part).
He lived abroad and hadn't seen my then-GF/now-wife for years as they didn't get on, for some reason he decided that The Little Children was an appropriate choice for evening entertainment- featuring such delights as a man wanking with ladies panties on his face, a peadophile cutting his own balls off and Kate Winslet being done up the bum. Tad awkward.
the internet went at my mum's house so netflix was out of action, so we decided to chuck it on. really, really grim
...the bloke in the seat next to me on the plane started watching Shame on his iPad. Really distracting. I was trying to watch The Grey (also not a great film to watch on a plane).