People Reveal How They Felt When They Saw Their Partner Naked For The First Time

Shirtless man on a hotel bed seeing a woman disrobing
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It's interesting what people are initially attracted to about a person.

Some are drawn instantly by one's appearance based on a person's general attractiveness or how they dress and groom themselves.

Others seem to be turned on by one's attitude–like how a person presents themselves in public and how much confidence they exude without an air of pretentiousness.

If and when the object of one's affection is romantically obtained, the way in which the next step in the relationship progresses could be a sexy success or a total deal-breaker.


Curious to hear strangers recalling a deciding moment, Redditor JokeRadiant3881 asked:

"How did you feel the first time you saw your partner naked?"

These were triumphant reactions.

For Lack Of A Better Word

"I literally said 'woah' out loud."– ALIEN_Human_HYBRID

Romantic Thrill Ride

"Like a kid at Disney world. Hadn’t been on any rides yet but was excited to be there nonetheless."

– -Praetoria-

Headrush

"don't remember, no blood flow to my brain at that point."

– DoctorNotAnEngineer

Revved Up

"Horny."

– Shaggy_Poop

Complete Looney Tunes

"Remember that cartoon dog where his jaw hits the floor, tongue rolls out, and his eyes bulge out to the sound of an old timey car horn? Basically that."

– squaredistrict2213

Confidence levels were challenged but these Redditors were pleased with the results.

We Are Not Equals

"Felt sorry for what I had to offer in return."

– CurlyBill03

MILF Love

"Same! I’ve had four kids and had a lot of extra skin and sag. Man did NOT care. He seemed just as stunned as I was."

– TooTallMcCall

Embracing It All

"I felt the same way for a bit, with my hubby after baby. But every time I'm naked, even though I don't like where my body is at, he looks like he hit JACKPOT. So I feel better, knowing he thinks I'm hot, sexy, beautiful, even more so then before because I'm the mother of our child."

– DiamondEyedBarbie

Physical endowments were admired.

Life In Real-D

"She had deceptively big boobs."

– HappyDodge2

Object Appeared Larger Than Expected

"I felt like WOWZA im one lucky girl."

– Professional_Hour702

Breakfast Show

"Well, I’m 54 and got out of a marriage where my ex never felt comfortable being naked around me. My new fiancé has no problem getting naked and gives me a little show each morning she gets dressed. And she’s got an amazing body at 55!"

– macgiv

I'm very self-conscious when it comes to my body, but nothing says sexy like seeing the physical response from another man giving me a huge thumbs up, so to speak, after seeing me in my birthday suit.

Verbal affirmation isn't all that it's hyped up to be.

But body language? Now that is everything.

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