7 Places To Try Out Public Sex In Nigeria

July 4, 2020

Public sex is a major turn on for a lot of people. But this is Nigeria, and only a few adventurous people get to try it before they die. So, if you are one of the few adventurous people who needs a list of really public places for sex, this one is for you.

1. A local market.

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Calm down and let us tell you how you will do it: You and your lover will enter a shop in Oshodi or any market of your choice. Let it be a shop where they are selling clothes or something you can try on so you will have an excuse to enter the testing room with your partner and then gum body for like 30 seconds or 1 minute or 1 hour. It’s up to you.

2. ATM queues.

Does this not turn you on already? While people are waiting to withdraw money, just enter one corner and do the do while soft breeze blows on your yansh. Flex.

3. Uncompleted building.

You can throw in a lirru bit of BDSM and reenact your 25 Shades of Grey. Just carry rope in your bag and small groundnut oil. Tie each other to the available 2 by 2 planks and get your groove on.

4. BRT buses.

Wait till nighttime so that people will not be looking at you. Just sit next to your partner and crossover. Whatever happens next, that’s none of our business.

5. An empty keke maruwa.

Deny that you’ve never thought of this. Go on, we dare you.

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6. Public toilets.

Public sex = public toilets… Are we on to something? One thing though: be ready to soak yourself in disinfectant for 3 days afterwards. Otherwise ehn.

7. The beach.

Some people have kuku done it here before. If you act right, we can get you past questions from them.


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