Not everyone is aware of the relationship bases regardless of whether they are new in the relationship or dating for a long time now. Some might have heard the terms in high schools and wondered what the girls are talking about! The question lingers in their mind without a proper answer.
If you've lived through the hell of public middle school, you're probably familiar with the markers for sexual experiences: first base, second base, third base, and home run. The inexplicable baseball-themed terms are pretty dated — it'sand we're still defining relationships by "how far" they've physically gone? A meme poking fun at tired sexual expectations has been making its rounds on Twitter, pointing out that relationships involve way more than just sex.
Every single tweet begins with sex as the first base, making a point that it is nothing to be ashamed of. However, what follows the first base is changed by each user, creating some pretty odd scenarios. First base: You say we need to talk Second base: He walks, you say sit down, it's just a talk Third base: He smiles politely back at you Home run: You stare politely right on through.
We all know what getting to first base means, and I hope we all know what counts as a home run, but those second and third base definitions can get kind of tricky. I say we settle and define them! I don't know about you, but I love baseball.
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Skip to content. Some of the girls at my school talk about how their boyfriends got to first, second, or third base with them. I feel kind of left out because I don't know exactly what they are.
You can help confirm this entry by contributing facts, media, and other evidence of notability and mutation. Baseball Sex Metaphors refer to a method of explaining different types of sexual contact by comparing them to various baseball positions. The most well-known of these is the "base" system, which compares escalating levels of sexual contact to different bases on a baseball field, with "home" usually standing for sexual intercourse.