Feb 25, 2009

Doing it in the car

I’ve been driving for over a decade now, and I’ve had my fair share of doing it in the car, whether the vehicle is mine or the other guy’s, or while parked in a discreet place or cruising down the street. I’ve even done it in the family van while it was parked in the garage and the family was asleep in the house!

Well I have to say that after all of those experiences, I find that the risk of getting caught always outweighed the pleasure I derived from those escapades. Some people get a kick from the thrill caused by the thought that somebody will catch them in the act, but I definitely can say that it’s not something I seek. (Anxiety and libido don’t mix well for me.) Then again, getting your manhood serviced by someone’s mouth while you’re driving is certainly a pleasure that might be worth repeating. :-)

The second eyeball I had from IRC was actually an SEB that happened in the van of the guy I met. That event was also the first time I experienced somebody catching us, though it was just a passerby who smiled wryly at us. Whew!

I’ve also had my share of run-ins with the cops, the latest being in December 2007 while I was parked in Malate with a guy I met in Bed. Apparently, Manila’s "Finest" routinely patrol the streets and inspect parked cars. Fortunately, I’ve never been caught red-handed in those run-ins and I hope I stay lucky in that regard.

Anyway, here are some tips I can give you should you like to have your own car escapades.

  • While it seems that the most obvious thing to do is to park the car in the darkest and most remote corner of wherever, doing so actually raises suspicion and attracts unneeded attention from people. So don’t do it.

  • While tinted windows may give added protection, it also increases attention. So don’t park suspiciously if you have tint.

  • If you can stand the heat (and I can tell you it gets warm), don’t leave the car engine running while parked just to leave the air conditioning on. Running engines also raise attention, obviously.

  • I’ve found from experience that the best place to park is one where there’s very little pedestrian traffic but with plenty of other cars parked such that your car won’t look out of place, and one where there is no regular police patrol.

  • When parked, the two of you should stay in the driver and passenger seat. It’s harder to give an alibi if you’re both in the back seat should someone come up to you guys. If you’re going to recline the seat, don’t recline it too much that you can’t see what’s in front of you, and adjust the rear-view mirror such that you can still see anybody approaching from the back.

  • It may seem unintuitive, but parking right under a street light at night might be an option. Very few people would think suspiciously of a car parked under a light. Just position the car such that the light isn’t shining directly into the windscreen. The glare from the street light would also deepen the shadow hiding the two of you.

  • Avoid any rhythmic action that would be magnified by the car’s suspension system—especially if it’s already creaky.

  • Rehearse possible alibis if you’re confronted by the cops (like you’re waiting for a friend or you’re waiting for the MRT to start for the day before you can drop off your friend, etc.). And unless you’re caught red-handed, feign innocence always.

  • Don’t do anything all out like completely stripping your clothes. Always make sure that you can cover or straighten yourselves up at a moment’s notice.

  • Best advice that I can give: treat car hanky-pankies as a form of foreplay instead of as an end in itself. It’s much safer that way.

Got any advice or experiences to share? Go place them in the comments section! I’ll just leave you with this entertaining (as always) anecdote from McVie. His experience has got to be the most outrageous car escapade story I’ve ever read! :-)

16 comments:

joelmcvie wrote on February 26, 2009 at 1:05 AM:

And thank god hindi na naulit muli! =)

 
Mugen wrote on February 26, 2009 at 5:46 AM:

Don’t do anything all out like completely stripping your clothes. Always make sure that you can cover or straighten yourselves up in a moment’s notice.

Aww corny na. Hahah. Seriously, I never had any experience doing it inside cars. :)

 
MrCens wrote on February 26, 2009 at 5:55 PM:

"Avoid any rhythmic action that would be magnified by the car’s suspension system—especially if it’s already creaky."

... what would be the movement then? slow motion? hehehe :(

 
Vince wrote on February 27, 2009 at 1:51 AM:

McVie, buti na lang! Then again, wala ka nang makukuwento. Hehehe.

Mugen, and some people say that condoms are corny. ;-) I say better be safe than sorry, right? (But you gotta try doing it in the car at least once just for the experience.)

MrCens, puwede! Slow and sensual? Why not? But if you really want, you can go fast. Just make sure the shock absorbers can take it! :-)

 
joaqui_miguel wrote on February 28, 2009 at 12:33 AM:

Reading your guidelines makes me think back when I did it in a car and damn, with the number of guidelines we did not follow, good thing we were not caught. :)

 
Knoxxy wrote on March 3, 2009 at 10:54 AM:

Thanks for the tips! I'll keep them in mind when I do try it. =)

 
Tristan Tan wrote on March 4, 2009 at 12:55 PM:

Sigh. I miss those days. ;)

 
Vince wrote on March 5, 2009 at 12:16 AM:

Joaqui, you must be one lucky dude! Care to share your own observations or tips? :-)

Knoxxy, just remember to be careful and safe always.

Tristan, I don't. I prefer being comfortable in bed instead of in the back seat. :-P

 
Joaqui wrote on March 5, 2009 at 1:07 AM:

It was just one time so I cannot claim to be an expert and give out tips.

Just one tip, if you decide to take off your shirt, make sure to wear it again the right way. I wore my shirt backwards and we almost got caught by some of our friends when we got back to the party. :) hehehehe

 
TerRENCE wrote on March 6, 2009 at 11:25 AM:

can't say im the master of it but i've had a number of "doing it in the car" episodes to comment on this!

i'm very discreet, and i mean DISCREET so i have to find ways of satiating my lust&pleasures that conform to my being in the shadows.

Parking under a street light is really a sensible choice though often thought as a "suicide". The glare really provides an extra cover with the benefit of not raising suspicion which is the main point.

this is just for the first part...need to go...promise to get back on this...gtg

 
Vince wrote on March 7, 2009 at 1:40 PM:

Joaqui, hahaha! I also did that, put on my shirt backwards after a romp. :-)

Terrence, thanks for the feedback. I agree that not raising attention/suspicion is the main point. I'm looking forward to other things you'll share. ;-)

 
TerRence wrote on March 11, 2009 at 2:18 PM:

As promised, here are additional inputs to this post…

Never attempt to do it in an almost or totally empty parking lot. A seemingly abandoned car would attract all the attention in the world.

The first time I had it, instincts told me to just go for it in a semi dark, almost empty parking area. While checking on the vicinity, I was almost sure there were no people around except for the two lost souls in us, or so I thought. A few minutes later, a group of roving guards was around the vehicle flashing their lights peering inside. Good thing though no “action” has started yet. Sits were reclined but we were just talking then, while holding each others hands. When the guards came, I immediately stepped out of the car and acted normally. They asked what we were up to and I said coolly we were just waiting for our friend to come out (the parking lot was adjacent to a residential area). They bought my alibi and said “ok, ingat na lang kayo sir” and I thank them in return. That would’ve been my cue to change location but then I said to myself “what the heck” so I still went for it! The night ended with an experience in tow.

Things would get hot but don’t let the engine running just to keep the aircon flowing.

My partner insisted to keep the aircon. I just taught to myself, if something goes wrong it would be easier to get away since the engine was already running. So we gave in to our desires and did it. The action might have been so steaming hot that after sometime the glass was all fogged up. When it was time to go, we couldn’t leave coz I can’t see through all the condensed steam in the wind shield. In turn, what could have been an easy get away resulted to a cause of delay.

For me, it’s not so much of the excitement of getting caught or anything but it’s the moment presenting itself which seem hard to let it pass away that gets me entangled with escapades like this. Just cautions though, if you ever get into one don’t let yourself get lost totally in the moment. Be quick to think what steps to take in case something happen which is most likely. This pursuit is not for the faint hearted. It takes a lot of courage and wit to be able to pull through, and reap the rewards in the end.

 
Vince wrote on March 12, 2009 at 11:45 PM:

Terrence, wow that's a lot! Thanks for sharing with us your take on the whole doing-in-the-car thing.

I have to agree on the fogging up thing. That happened to me a few times. I guess a fogged up car would attract attention as well. Remember Titanic? :-D

 
TerRENCE wrote on March 15, 2009 at 5:22 PM:

ei vince (and to the other dudes). im sorry if i got so carried away that i flooded the comments section of this post with practically just one blow. hehehe

yes vince, that was the first thing that crossed my mind. it was indeed a titanic moment!

 
Vince wrote on March 16, 2009 at 11:57 AM:

TerRENCE, nah it's ok. I think we can all appreciate all the information we can get! :-)

 
Anonymous wrote on April 24, 2013 at 3:47 AM:

Na experience ko na to in a moving car. buti na lang sa D. Macapagal yu at that time di pa masyado marami kotse dumadaan dun. Gusto ko sana pa suck kaso top rin pala yung partner ko that time. wala na kasubuan na e di isubo. So yun i was sucking him while he is driving. mabagal lang yung takbo nya. from CCP to D. Macapagal to CCP yung yung ruta ng kotse. After sabi nya heaven daw yung experience. di nya alam kinabahan ako dun.