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Music to spoil the mood

Following on from Joolsy's thread

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Minnie-the-Minx  Female  Hertfordshire
3-Apr-2016 08:53 Message #4627960
So, imagine it,

You've been invited round to his/hers for a euphemistic cup of coffee, for the first time.

The log fire's burning, candles lit, lights turned down low and it is all looking a bit promising for getting down and dirty.

He/she puts on some nice slow smoochy music and you are eager to be seduced.


And that's the first moment that you realise that your new lover has the most dreadful taste in music.

So what do you do ...

a) get on with it and ignore the cheesy music
b) ask them nicely to change to something else
c) dump them and head for the door

And lastly,

What music would be guaranteed to put you off your ... um .. stroke ... ???
3-Apr-2016 09:00 Message #4627961
Country and Western or "Seeds and Deeds" (Dewey Redman).
Dustybin  Male  Suffolk
3-Apr-2016 09:16 Message #4627964
PollyValentiniusPoppy  Female  Worcestershire
3-Apr-2016 09:51 Message #4627984
Country and Western, opera or anything by Queen would have me running for the hills!

Soul-Provider  Male  Hampshire
3-Apr-2016 10:08 Message #4627986
National Anthem :-)
Pixalated  Male  East Anglia
3-Apr-2016 10:14 Message #4627988
I would think Heavy Rock would put a stop to the getting down and dirty stuff mind most welcome At the CLIMAX bit lol
Minnie-the-Minx  Female  Hertfordshire
3-Apr-2016 10:33 Message #4627996
oh, I dunno, you could stand up to the national anthem.
Pixalated  Male  East Anglia
3-Apr-2016 10:38 Message #4627997
Just had a second thought about music to play at the mutual would have to be the climax of the 1812 overture the bit with the bells and cannon firing lol
AndyMacG  Male  the West Midlands
3-Apr-2016 11:04 Message #4628013
My thoughts entirely Smiley320, why let the music spoil the moment if you're getting down n dirty anyway, you'd be making your own music i would imagine, passionate music at that ;-) lol

Andy Mac
Justaguy  Male  South East London
3-Apr-2016 12:15 Message #4628034
Rap, Heavy Metal, Country & Western, Opera, anything by Barry Manilow, Celine Dion etc

Would put me right off you should be like a good boy scout and be prepared with not only a condom but some suitable tunes loaded on your phone that you could play instead
barney  Male  Surrey
3-Apr-2016 12:25 Message #4628037
The Wedding March.
Hierophant  Male  East Anglia
3-Apr-2016 12:43 Message #4628040
Anything by Celine Dion. Actually I'd rather no music.
Can I have tea rather than a euphemistic cup of coffee?..
wonderoushen  Female  Gwynedd
3-Apr-2016 12:46 Message #4628041
Almost anything would put me off, but particuarly the sort of music people think is romantic, Frank Sinatra and all that Bad Dad Music, I'd be out of the door, as I would if it were marching band music or a barber shop choir. Really cheesey "soul" music like Hot Chocolate would put me off too.
joolsy  Female  Essex
3-Apr-2016 14:05 Message #4628054
Me Julie ...shaggy & Ali g jeez that song was the Bain of me life lol ...the chefs used to play that every morning when came into the kitchen to work lol ...I would be larfing too much to be passionate lol

Cisca  Female  the West Midlands
3-Apr-2016 14:39 Message #4628068
Log fires, candles, lights turned down low... for a coffee invitation! Euphemistic maybe but I'd have been out of there long before the music went on. Those kind of set up stereotypical seduction scenes would be enough to put me off big time. Too contrived.
Minnie-the-Minx  Female  Hertfordshire
3-Apr-2016 15:21 Message #4628076
oh dear, that did make me laugh. lol
brisinger  Male  Lancashire
3-Apr-2016 22:44 Message #4628216
Anything by Chris De Burgh, but in particular 'Lady in Red' and I'd be out the door like jack flash. Just a total pash killer.
Eljer  Male  North London
3-Apr-2016 23:07 Message #4628219
Throws me shaggy & Ali g cd out of the window ;)
Cassis  Female  Cambridgeshire
4-Apr-2016 00:22 Message #4628226
Gregory an chants
Cassis  Female  Cambridgeshire
4-Apr-2016 00:23 Message #4628227
That's a new band!!
Actually I meant Gregorian Chants:)
Victoriana11  Female  Buckinghamshire
4-Apr-2016 08:38 Message #4628233
Chas and Dave - I cant stand Chas and Dave - I would politely ask for something it more relaxing.
Aely  Female  Hampshire
4-Apr-2016 18:26 Message #4628293
From experience - Coldplay and Adele. I would guess that Sex Pistols wouldn't do much for my romantic mood either.
Soul-Provider  Male  Hampshire
4-Apr-2016 18:52 Message #4628297
Being attentive all day and showing her with compliments will put her and ones self in the mood,without music.Seduction begins at sunset till bed time,
BottomsUp  Female  North East London
13-Apr-2016 19:48 Message #4629852
Please, please me by The Beatles.
HAPPYMATT  Male  South East London
28-Feb-2019 13:42 Message #4736307
Tom Waites for me especially Blue shoes by the Drugstore Matt

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