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Speaker 1 (00:00):
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Speaker 1 (00:27):
Thank you, nephew. I never knew that men fake it too.
Dear Stephen Shirley, I'm thirty nine and divorced. My male
cousin is thirty, and he's been staying with me for
the past month. I'm in a long distance relationship and
I'm usually with my man, so that means my cousin
has my house to himself a lot. I trust him,
and I don't mind if he has company. But I

was shocked to come home early and hear him and
his female companion having sex. I heard him as soon
as I walked through the door, and his screams made
me think he was being attacked, so I was scared
to walk back to his bedroom. I called his phone
and he answered like he hadn't been doing anything. I
apologized for interrupting him, and he said I didn't interrupt
a thing. A minute later, I heard the woman trying

to tiptoe out of the house, so I stayed in
my room. Then my cousin came out and he was
on the phone with one of his friends, saying how
terrible the woman was in bed. He said she has
ruined the fairytale image he's always had of her. He
said she couldn't hold a conversation, so all they could
do was have sex, but it was trash too. He

said he didn't want to do it with her twice,
but he could not get her to leave. When he
hung up, I told him that he sounded like he
was enjoying himself. When I walked in. He said he
had to fake it because she wouldn't leave unless they
had sex again. He said that men fake it too.
I was floored. He said when he's not feeling a woman,

he'll fake it to get it over with. He said
his stomach was hurting so bad one time that he
faked it so he could hurry up and go to
the bathroom. I would prefer to know that my sex
isn't good instead of faking it. Why can't men be
more honest? Please help? Well, I mean women fake it too,
in way more than men. But back to your question,

why can't men be more honest? I mean, we all
know the reason the answer to that, and it's just
because they just can't. I mean, if you listen to
the show, and you obviously do, men will lie when
they can't when they can just as easily tell the
truth about the situations. But at least in this case,
your cousin told you the truth and you were enlightened.

You said you were floored, you were enlightened by his truth.
He faked it with his girl because he wanted it
over with, and he said the sex was trash and
there wasn't even good conversation. It's the same for women.
So what is bothering you? What's bothering you? The fact
that he told you that men fake it too, Well,
yes they do. So the secret's out now and now

you know men fake it for the very same reason
women fake it. Instead of men and women discussing it
with their partners outside of the bedroom so the sex
can possibly get better, they would just rather fake it.
It's just easier. Okay, it's just easier. There's always room
for improvement, but everyone would just rather just fake it

and get it over with, So everyone's lying. No one's
getting better in the bedroom. You a woman said you
would rather know. I get that. But usually men's egos
can't take it if you tell them they're bad in bed,
which is why women fake it. I don't think faking
is ever going to end because it requires too much
honesty on both parts.

Speaker 2 (03:42):
Steve, I don't know where to start with this letter.
I really don't. All of is.

Speaker 3 (03:50):
Talk y'all keep having about truth and why don't you
be more honest?

Speaker 2 (03:55):
And I would want to know, Really you ain't really
want to know? All right, Well, here I go. You
want to know it?

Speaker 3 (04:07):
I got it for you, no Hoesbard, Let's start at
the top. You got your cousin staying with you. You
got to long this relationship. You trust him, and you
don't mind if he has company. He's thirty nine, No,
you're thirty nine, and you don't say how old your

cousin is. But your cousin's staying it. You don't mind
if he has company. So but youre shocked to come
home early and you hear him and his female companion
having sex. Okay, well you said you ain't mind if
he had company. Well now he got company. But what
threw you off was you walk through the door and

his screams made you think he was being a hack?
What was going on back then? You know, I can
understand moans a couple questions, but screams while underattack is different.

That's a different type of love. And back then, that's
some something I don't really know. I ain't never had
that one before, But that's screams of being attacked. Because
number one, when I whenever I have been attacked, I
didn't scream because I never did know. I asked the
mother stuff. I was busy trying to come up with

like a response. Screaming is never my response. That ain't
no no, So I don't really know. So here in
the back, you walking room, and you hear ah, okay,
I'm thinking somebody that bit me.

Speaker 2 (05:53):
That's all I can think.

Speaker 3 (05:55):
I've had a couple of breathless moments like this here.

Speaker 2 (06:02):
Okay, let me show you this one again. I've had
pretty good that came from you.

Speaker 3 (06:13):
Know, teeth and stuff like that, that that'll make you
do that, you know, bite you on your neck or
something like that you know you're gonna I'm just saying
it was.

Speaker 2 (06:25):
Teeth screaming teeth. That's a stream though, I'm just saying that's.

Speaker 1 (06:37):
He was screaming. All right, Well, a part two of
your response and coming up at twenty three minutes after
the hour, Today's Strawberry letter subject I never knew that
men fake it too. We'll get back into it right
after this. You're listening Morning show, All right, Come on, Steve,

let's recap today's Strawberry letter that I never knew men
Faki two.

Speaker 2 (07:03):
Yeah, well you never knew me and Faki too.

Speaker 3 (07:05):
Let's just go and get to the letter because the
part of it, Yes, I was just trying to explain
earlier that I've never been screaming it like I've been
under attack. I've had breathless feints, but that was from
something else, but it wasn't terror. So this she came home.
Her cousin stays with her. She don't mind him having company.

He's having sex with a female companion, and his screams
of being attacked alarmed her, so she went in her
room and she was scared to walk back there. So
she called his phone and he acts like he, well,
he ain't want nothing going on. Hey, hello, you know
they've been They've just been in there.

Speaker 2 (07:45):
Howling like four cats and dogs, and then all of
a sudden, I've got put hello Hello, Hello.

Speaker 1 (08:01):

Speaker 3 (08:01):
And so anyway, she apologized for interrupting me, and he
said he didn't interrupt the thing. Then you heard the
woman sneaking out the house, and he gets on the phone,
he caused one of his friends.

Speaker 2 (08:13):
He was talking about how the.

Speaker 3 (08:14):
Woman was horble in bed, she was stupid, so all
they had was sex, and the sex was trash too,
he said. But he didn't want uh to do it
with her twice, but she wouldn't leave. So you told
him after he got off the phone, you said it
sounded like he was enjoying yourself.

Speaker 2 (08:32):
When I walked in.

Speaker 3 (08:33):
He said he had to fake it because she wouldn't
leave unless they had sex again. He said that men
faked too. I was floored.

Speaker 2 (08:43):
What fault?

Speaker 3 (08:44):
What you floored about? You know, y'all kill me with
this stun. I can't believe it. Me and faked too.
You know, women when y'all run into a man that
gives bad sex. You don't think we run into it too.

Speaker 2 (09:00):
Y'all flat out horrible, horrible.

Speaker 3 (09:07):
I don't know what makes you think if you just
lay down, that's good enough.

Speaker 2 (09:16):
Hord horrible.

Speaker 3 (09:22):
That that is amazing to me. So now he runs
up into that, right, he say me, and faked too.
I was floored. He said, when he's not feeling a woman,
he'll fake it to get it over with. He said
his stomach was hurting so bad, hirry up and go
to the bathroom. Now, I don't know a lot of
men that do a lot of facing. This dude right here.

Obviously his picker is off. Where everybody he picked, he
pick a lot of trash moments. He got a lot
of people that he ain't really feeling. He need to
slow down and rearrange himself because he just out here
doing stuff.

Speaker 4 (09:57):

Speaker 3 (09:57):
I don't like that one. I don't like that one.
I don't like this one. I fake it all. That's
too much. Then she said she could hurry up. Then
this is what the letter said. I would prefer to
know that my sex isn't good. That's the woman, Your
sex ain't good and you want to know it. Oh,

now you want the truth?

Speaker 2 (10:20):
Ladies? Is truth gonna get y'all in trouble one day?

Speaker 3 (10:23):
I keep telling y'all about that honesty is not the
best policy all the time. It never has been. Some
situations require a lie. Okay, let's go. You have a
relationship with a woman, and then afterwards your response should
be yes, it was really enjoyable. I can't wait to

see you again. Okay, now what y'all y'all want truth?

Speaker 4 (10:47):

Speaker 3 (10:48):
Hey, baby, we just got finished. Did you enjoy yourself?
You asking me that I enjoy myself? Enjoy what what
you thought you was doing?

Speaker 1 (11:02):
So you're not nice about it?

Speaker 3 (11:04):
But no, no, let's just be out Okay, okay, let's
be nice about it. When my old baby, So you
asking me that I enjoy myself, surely reenact me. You're
asking me that I enjoy myself?

Speaker 1 (11:14):
Oh baby, did you enjoy yourself?

Speaker 3 (11:17):
Well, let's talk about it for a moment. I really didn't.
I thought it was just like it was just blah,
it wasn't nothing to it.

Speaker 1 (11:27):
Well, all that screaming and stuff you were.

Speaker 2 (11:30):
Doing, we thought it was. But wait a minute, it
wasn't nothing to scream about.

Speaker 1 (11:36):
You were faking it. Why don't you just tell me
I want to know the truth. You could be honest
with you.

Speaker 2 (11:43):
Well, I'm telling you the truth. Now. You need to
just stop pass it out. Really, you really do.

Speaker 1 (11:49):
But it seemed like you liked it.

Speaker 3 (11:52):
No, No, you really you need to work on that, baby,
because you ain't. That's that's really why you single.

Speaker 1 (11:59):
Now work on what.

Speaker 3 (12:01):
You ain't gonna be able to hold nobody with this hell.
You ain't gonna be able to keep nobody with this hell.

Speaker 1 (12:06):
Well, I was lying there. I was lying there.

Speaker 2 (12:11):
That's all you was doing. You were just laying that.

Speaker 3 (12:13):
You know, had you seen that commercial word that say,
I could have had a V eight? Uh, that's what
I wanted, a V eight. I wanted some damn tomato juice.

Speaker 1 (12:25):
Yeah, but don't I don't get it. It seemed like
you really enjoyed it.

Speaker 3 (12:32):
No, you didn't get it, and I didn't get it.
Like I said, I could have had a V eight. Hey,
take care of yourself. I got to make a phone
call because I know somebody who. Ok, I gotta get dressed.
I gotta get about of here because I gotta go
somewhere cause I know somebody gonna.

Speaker 2 (12:50):
Break Thank you for calling.

Speaker 3 (12:53):
I'm nice.

Speaker 2 (12:54):
Y'all have a Strawberry.

Speaker 4 (12:55):
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