Find out the worst things people say during sex

The Asian Age With Agency Inputs

Life, Relationship

From ‘what’s your name again’, to ‘I’m going soft’ here are phrases no one wants to hear while having sex.

Here are the top mood-killers to hear from their lover and it turns out what tops the list is – the wrong name. (Photo: Pixabay)

While sex is an integral part of any relationship, a new survey by Saucy Dates reveals that for men and women, each gender has their own turn-on and turn-offs.

While sex is always a mix and match of passion and fumbles, it can throw up hilarious and cringe worthy moments.

They compiled a list of top ten worst phrases to hear from the partner while romping in bed.

Here are the top mood-killers to hear from their lover and it turns out what tops the list is – the wrong name.

Shouting out somebody else’s name was also men’s pet peeve as it was ranked number one for them as well.

Coming in second for the worst thing a woman to hear is “I can’t do it”, not the most tactful let down.

And in third place is a clear signal the night’s passion is coming to an end; “I’m going soft”.

The next three were all questions one should not hear in the bedroom while the fourth was “Did you do this with your ex?”, a sure-fire way to ensure whatever it is will never be happening again.

This next one only applies to women with female siblings, but should still be avoided at all costs: “What's your sister like?”

The third question, while not an obvious faux pas, still seems to be a source of annoyance with “What should I do next?”

Another think that ranked high was the cruel phrase of is “I don’t love you”, which will abruptly end any love-making.

Also, “I'm breaking up with you after this”, came soon after.

Furthermore, while daddy talk may seem hot, mummy issues are definitely not with ninth worst ranked phrase “Can I call you mum?”

One both men and women can relate to is “You're almost as good as my ex”, a not so sexy compliment.

For men, they revealed the worst thing to hear from women is also being called the wrong name, closely followed by “I need a poo”.

Logistics show that “What’s the time?” comes a close third while “Is that it?” follows soon after. “Get it over as quickly as possible” is also high in the list.

Referencing parents, even for men, is a turn-off with “Do you think your Mum has ever tried this position?” in sixth place.

The words men surely dread make the list with the penultimate phrase: “You're a bit small”. Men also seem really hung up on the name thing, with it making a comeback in last place with “What was your name again?”