I met a guy a few years ago, and then we lost contact. I'd almost forgotten about him until we ran into each other last year, and for a while I fantasized about him. My fantasy was that I'd go to his apartment, he'd wash my hair over the sink, and then he'd lie me down on the bed and make love to me. Got me off for a long time, really. I'd had the feeling he was sort of into me. I could be wrong, maybe he didn't like me then. But recently we started hanging out and he sure as hell seems to like me now.
As I've mentioned before, a new guy coming into my life is always exciting. I picture him washing my hair, wonder if he's any good at it, and wonder if maybe he's into it too. I wonder if he'll offer to wash my hair without me telling him about my fetish. I wonder how the topic of my fetish will come up, whether he'll laugh at me or find it interesting. I'm sure it'll come up soon, I do want him to know about it because I really want him to shampoo me.
Because this guy is very into the outdoors and loves to go camping, there have been recent fantasies, such as him shampooing me in a lake or river on a camping trip (of course, using biodegradable camping shampoo so as not to hurt the environment).
Oh god, if he reads this he'll probably know I'm talking about him. I'd die of embarrassment. Then again, if he does read it, one would hope it's because he has this fetish too.
Sometimes I wonder how much bearing this fetish-related stuff should have on my guy selection. How important is it for him to be good at washing my hair? After all, the last guy could give a fantastic shampoo, but wasn't always willing to do it, even when I asked him to shampoo me over the sink or something, it fell in deaf ears. Other guys have been more than willing to wash my hair, even loved doing it, but were utter crap at it. Why no balance yet, goddamnit?!? But when I'm choosing between two guys, as I will probably have to do eventually - date this new guy or get back together with my ex - how much should this matter?