Freaky Stories: 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Barack Obama’s Pre-Michelle Sex Life

- By Bossip Staff Categories: Freaks, News, We Broke It Here First!

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More Details Revealed About Barack Obama’s Sex Life

More on Obama’s freaky ways…

Barack Obama has a new biography coming out featuring some juicy stories by an ex about the way he gets his groove on. Yesterday we had a few of thedetails, but now there are a ton more. Here’s the full scoop on the way Obama handled conquests, made sex time and the dirty nerd things he said to his women.

We bet Michelle doesn’t like this…

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1. Barack’s first date game: “We sat and talked and ate and drank wine. Or at least I drank wine. I think he drank something stronger. It was one of those dark, old Italian restaurants that don’t exist in New York anymore. It was the kind of place where they leave you alone. I remember thinking how happy I felt just talking to him, that I could talk to him for hours. We walked slowly back to my apartment, on 90th, and said good-bye. After that we started spending much more time together.”

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2. Barack talks freaky (with poetry). Here’s a letter he wrote to his lover: “I haven’t read ‘The Waste Land’ for a year, and I never did bother to check all the footnotes. But I will hazard these statements — Eliot contains the same ecstatic vision which runs from Münzer to Yeats. However, he retains a grounding in the social reality/order of his time. Facing what he perceives as a choice between ecstatic chaos and lifeless mechanistic order, he accedes to maintaining a separation of asexual purity and brutal sexual reality.”

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3. Obama turns you on with tales of getting ripped: “I run every other day at the small indoor track (at Columbia) which slants slightly upward like a plate; I stretch long and slow, twist and shake, the fatigue, the inertia finding home in different parts of the body. I check the time and growl — aargh! — and tumble onto the wheel. And bodies crowd and give off heat, some people are in front and you can hear the patter or plod of the steps behind.”

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4. Barry woos ladies into his room as told by his conquest: “I’m pretty sure we had dinner maybe the Wednesday after. I think maybe he cooked me dinner. Then we went and talked in his bedroom. And then I spent the night. It all felt very inevitable.”

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5. Obama’s sex musk: “I open the door, that Barack keeps closed, to his room, and enter into a warm, private space pervaded by a mixture of smells that so strongly speak of his presence, his liveliness, his habits — running sweat, Brut spray deodorant, smoking, eating raisins, sleeping, breathing.”

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6. Obama showing off the pecs: “(Cook) remembered how on Sundays Obama would lounge around, drinking coffee and solving the New York Times crossword puzzle, bare-chested, wearing a blue and white sarong.”

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7. Barack totally had a shirt with big ta-ta’d women on it: “Today, for the first time, Barack sat on the edge of the bed — dressed — blue jeans and luscious ladies on his chest [a comfy T-shirt depicting buxom women], the end of the front section of the Sunday Times in his hand, looking out the window, and the quality of light reflected from his eyes, windows of the soul, heart, and mind, was so clear, so unmasked, his eyes narrower than he usually holds them looking out the window, usually too aware of me.”

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8. “Sexual Warmth” Obama emits on his lady: “The sexual warmth is definitely there — but the rest of it has sharp edges and I’m finding it all unsettling and finding myself wanting to withdraw from it all. I have to admit that I am feeling anger at him for some reason, multi-stranded reasons. His warmth can be deceptive. Tho he speaks sweet words and can be open and trusting, there is also that coolness — and I begin to have an inkling of some things about him that could get to me.”

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9. Obama’s Ballin’ response to Cook saying she loved him? “Thank you.” Swag.

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10. On his perfect woman: “I can’t help thinking that what he would really want, be powerfully drawn to, was a woman, very strong, very upright, a fighter, a laugher, well-­experienced—a black woman I keep seeing her as.”

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