7 Students Tell Us The WILDEST Places They Have Had Sex

September 10, 2020

Since having sex in beds and rooms is totally outdated, we asked some students some of the wildest places they have had sex.

Amanda, UniBen/20

It was at the balcony of the lecture theatre. It would have been inside the lecture theatre, but too many doors, so it was easy to get caught. The balcony however, had just one entrance. We did it more than once and although we almost got caught, the thrill just made it more exciting.

Elizabeth, UniLag/19

The roof of my faculty. Some of us were just there, minding our business as usual and chilling when suddenly we started kissing? I actually cannot explain how it happened, but I know it happened.

Tunde, UniBen/19

The car park of one of the school hostels. My girlfriend and I were just talking, and she put her head on my lap and started sucking my dick. After that, I fingered her.

Ivie, AfeBabalola/19

It was an abandoned shopping mall. You can just walk into any abandoned shopping complex and have sex inside. I do not make the rules.

Tunde, UI/20

We were in my lecturer’s office, waiting for the man to come and attend to us. She told me she wanted to fuck me in my lecturer’s office and I genuinely thought she had lost it, but she was serious. We started kissing, and I guess the thrill of almost getting caught made me very excited. After we were done, a few minutes later the lecturer walked in. While he was talking, all I kept thinking of was how I just had sex in my lecturer’s office.

Emeka, UniBen/19

So, I was not involved, but I did catch two people having sex behind one of the ATM’s in school at night. I do not think they saw me, but I saw them. They even brought a wrapper because of the grass. I tried to stop myself from laughing because of the way the guy was moaning.

Cynthia, UniLag/18

My girlfriend once fingered me while a class was going on. When it was happening, it was hot. Looking back, if we had been caught, that would have been too dangerous.

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