The great philosopher Yoda once said “Do or do not, there is no try.” At first this sounds like a nice motivational phrase, but when you really think about it, it doesn’t make much practical sense. For example, whoever truly believes this saying and lives by it must have a lot of poorly fitting pants in their closet. Of course you can try things, it’s perfectly acceptable to try. Trying is part of doing. It’s right at the beginning for a second or two before you’re officially “doing” something. If there was no “trying” then you could never sexually experiment with things. Someone who says “Do or do not, there is no try” probably wishes they had a different philosophy when they all of a sudden jam a dildo up their butt all at once going full force into a new experience. That’s why people “try” stuff because sometimes “doing” is a little too much of a commitment and if there’s a decent chance you won’t like what you’re trying then you want to be in a position where you can back out easily without going straight to an emergency room with an object in your anus. Trying is the key that sparks ignition in the engine of doing.
|It's always nice to try something new before jumping in headfirst with no safe word.|