How to ask a guy to suck him off?

  • raymondwong36

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    Oct 12, 2011 8:13 AM GMT
    So I was recently casted into a play with 4 cast members, 2 males (including me) and 2 females. The other male is very attractive. He's mixed, both Japanese and White. When I saw him changing his shirt for a second, I saw his chest and man, it was full of muscles and hotness.

    I don't know if he's exactly gay but I think he is. He told me that he likes to cook, and was kind of shy about telling but did enjoy cooking. He lives with a roommate in his apartment. From the looks of it, he doesn't look like he's dating anyone.

    We're going to be seeing each other again on Sunday as we have rehearsals once a week. I really wanna hookup with him but I don't know how. What advice do you have?
  • Neurons

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    Oct 12, 2011 1:15 PM GMT
    Get "drunk" and blame it on the a-a-a-a-a-alcohol!
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    Oct 12, 2011 1:22 PM GMT
    Well I wouldn't just say "Can I suck you off?" if you're not sure if he's gay or even if he likes you.

    Just see if he wants to grab a bite to eat or a drink after your next rehearsal and take it from there.
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    Oct 12, 2011 1:40 PM GMT
    raymondwong36 saidSo I was recently casted into a play with 4 cast members, 2 males (including me) and 2 females. The other male is very attractive...

    I really wanna hookup with him but I don't know how. What advice do you have?

    A little early to be blunt with him, when you don't know his orientation, or if he's mutually interested in you. Being in a play together will be a natural bonding experience, especially if you have scenes with him, and will present opportunities for eating & drinking together after rehearsals & shows, and getting to know him better. He may even invite you to try his home cooking, so express some interest in his skills. Beyond that it's no different than approaching any guy, which unfortunately could (and does) fill books.

    But be careful of going all puppy-love with him during the run of the show. The director won't like that if it affects the performances he/she is after, nor might this guy, if he thinks it's a distraction to his acting. You might find yourself un-cast before the curtain even goes up.

    And BTW, the correct term is to be "cast" in a play, not "casted," the same for past, present & future tenses. That suggests to me you may be new to theatre, which is great, and I wish you success. And hope you enjoy it and achieve your goals, even if it's just to have a fun experience.
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    Oct 12, 2011 4:17 PM GMT
    Pure saidWell I wouldn't just say "Can I suck you off?" if you're not sure if he's gay or even if he likes you.

    Just see if he wants to grab a bite to eat or a drink after your next rehearsal and take it from there.



    Hmmm... so that's their approach. I will remember this!icon_eek.gif
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    Oct 13, 2011 11:50 PM GMT
    C'I hav sum cock pease?
  • bmoney1

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    Oct 14, 2011 5:57 PM GMT
    Art_Deco said
    raymondwong36 saidSo I was recently casted into a play with 4 cast members, 2 males (including me) and 2 females. The other male is very attractive...

    I really wanna hookup with him but I don't know how. What advice do you have?

    A little early to be blunt with him, when you don't know his orientation, or if he's mutually interested in you. Being in a play together will be a natural bonding experience, especially if you have scenes with him, and will present opportunities for eating & drinking together after rehearsals & shows, and getting to know him better. He may even invite you to try his home cooking, so express some interest in his skills. Beyond that it's no different than approaching any guy, which unfortunately could (and does) fill books.

    But be careful of going all puppy-love with him during the run of the show. The director won't like that if it affects the performances he/she is after, nor might this guy, if he thinks it's a distraction to his acting. You might find yourself un-cast before the curtain even goes up.


    Good, sound advice here. I echo Art_Deco in saying that you should spend your time on cast with him developing a friendly relationshhip and getting to know him a little better. When you're done with the play, then I'd say you can pick up the pace.
    As far as asking to suck him off.... Just go with the flow and things will develop naturally. If I had to guess, I'd doubt you'll need to ask permission to suck him off if you two do have a common interest in one another.
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    Oct 14, 2011 5:59 PM GMT
    Your cock. My mouth. Now.
  • craigcmead

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    Oct 19, 2011 10:44 AM GMT
    Honestly if you are going to be working with him for any period of time, it would be a bad idea. If he is not gay it would cause tension among the cast. Cruise Bars and whatnot for men who are ready and willing...Just my 2 cents
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    Oct 19, 2011 12:31 PM GMT
    If you have to ask then you're doing it wrong.
  • chaotic1

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    Oct 23, 2011 1:28 PM GMT
    TrevorMark saidYour cock. My mouth. Now.


    icon_biggrin.gif I like that one.