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Updated 02 August 2013

Quickie encounters: users speak

We recently asked our users to share the most unusual places they have had a quickie. Here's what they had to say.

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When it comes to quickie sex, South Africans can get very creative. As the name implies, you can have amazing sex on the run. It doesn't matter when or where, just think outside the box - or in this case, outside the bedroom.

We recently asked our users to share the most unusual places they have had a quickie. Here's what they had to say. Anonymously! (After all, you don't kiss and tell.)

"I did it on the lawn while my mom was inside the house and the door was not locked."

"I did my quickie in the bushes"

"I had a quickie with my ex-boyfriend in a fitting room. Wow now that was amazing, I enjoyed it very much."

"Office"

"At the back of my Bakkie"

"The most unusual place I had a quickie was inside the public telephone booth."

"Road trip with friends. We were driving a minibus so I was sitting at the back with my girlfriend. Luckily it was in the dark so no one could see us."

"A bridge on top of a freeway (N4). Super doggy looking at passing traffic. Parked the car and opened the front and rear door to block the view of passing cars on top of the bridge. She was holding a bridge concrete block. In the day light. Risky, naughty and funny."

"It was in a car, on a Friday night."

"In the fitting room at Pick n Pay clothing and in a surf shop’s fitting room. Also on the tailgate of our Bakkie about 50m from a pride of sleeping lions in the Central Kalahari Game Reserve."

 

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