Mike Cation heard a moan, and figured it was just two people in the stands talking loudly. This was two people fucking. The tennis match yesterday interrupted by sex noises was, obviously, the first time Cation had ever experienced this during his four years as a tennis announcer.
Earlier this month, porn actor Aurora Snow detailed how difficult it is for her to rent a place to live in Los Angeles. Turns out some 66 percent of women said that big vocal finish is to make the guy get off faster. Others said they do it to relieve boredom or actual pain during the act.
Being a sport's commentator is one of those jobs that probably sounds like a lot more fun than it actually is. As well as having to keep on top of what is happening, you have to be able to describe it in a such way that people who can't see the action feel as though they can. And, of course, they need to remain unbiased, even if they're secretly routing for one side. One thing commentators probably don't think they need to worry about is having to explain some sex noises during a match.
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By Carly Stern For Dailymail. Loud, obnoxious neighbors can be a real pain - unless they're engaging in comically-loud sex, in which case they can actually be pretty amusing. Stacey Ritzen38, was home in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, around lunchtime yesterday when she heard the incredibly loud moans of her female next-door neighbor.
Though I only watched the movie once six years ago, that scene in Amelie where the protagonist wonders how many orgasms are taking place at that moment — and then there's a montage of screaming women — stuck with me. This scene exemplifies how people think of the female orgasm : as synonymous with noise. A lot of noise.
The elusive female orgasm captured in its natural habitat: my bed. Four big moans followed by some breathing, gasps, and Sexy female voice on telephone, remix of this The big O.
In works set in apartment buildings, characters will inevitably have to deal with their noisy neighbors. How the characters respond to overhearing these noises is up to them, though frequently, they decide to provide their own noises in response to give the loud couple next door a taste of their own medicine. Another popular variation involves the noise turning out to be something completely innocent like moving furniture.