Have you ever been get caught (or almost) mastubating AND felt great panic or embarrassment?

Yes caught (or almost), No great negative feelings
Yes caught (or almost), Yes great negative feelings
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Have you ever been get caught?
« on: July 17, 2012, 06:30:02 AM »
Happened once to me. Masturbating in my rent apartment and janitor rushed in with his keys. I was totally naked (and hard). After this i've had concentration problems in sex things, and some erectile dysfunctions. I ponder this might have something to do with my POIS.


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Re: Have you ever been get caught?
« Reply #1 on: July 17, 2012, 07:18:23 AM »
Masturbation is a natural thing. Even your janitor does it! Except he doesn’t have anyone barging into his apartment. If I was him, I’d probably feel bad for a good long time having entered like that. I’ll bet he knocks three times before entering now.
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Re: Have you ever been get caught?
« Reply #2 on: July 17, 2012, 09:39:44 PM »

That's probably a worry for many people -- that someone will walk in unexpectedly while he/she is masturbating.

Like Daveman said, it's a natural thing to be doing.  The janitor should have knocked before entering.

There was a hilarious Seinfeld episode about that (don't know if you watch Seinfeld) -- so it obviously happens, or is a worry, for many. In the Seinfeld episode, George's MOTHER walks in on him!  Then she ends up in the hospital, in shock!

I agree with Dave - the janitor probably felt awful.  I bet he felt worse that you did.

Try your best not to let his clumsy entry into YOUR apartment affect you. It must have been really traumatic -- but he was the wrong one, not you.