Sex Tools

Eric at Classical Values says that what people want to read is weird and sensational stuff. A little humor never hurt either. My take is that if it includes sex and home improvement it ought to work even better. Popular Science meets the National Enquirer.

So today I'm doing a short (very short) review of Make Your Own Sex Toys: 50 Quick and Easy Do-It-Yourself Projects.

Here is what one buyer had to say about the book:

This book is hilarious to read as a couple. I bought it for hubby's anniversary gift. We laughed so much about the ideas that we never got around to trying any of them. Maybe some day when we are bored (which may never happen ;-) ).
Another buyer had this to say:
My husband and I have had many fun nights with this book. Every couple should try this fun book.
And of course if you don't want to do it yourself you can always just buy Sex Toys.

Well what are you waiting for? Get busy.

Cross Posted at Power and Control

posted by Simon on 05.12.09 at 11:13 AM










Comments

I was skimming the headlines of one of the major on-line news providers, and out popped this headline saying that people had more sex during financial downturns. I never bothered to read the article, but now I wonder exactly how they came up with this tidbit. Polling people on the economy and then sliding into questions about your sex life? Maybe it started something like, "I have a series of questions about how the economic downturn has impacted you and your family". Please answer with "More", "Less", "About the Same". After we tell them that we are going out less, eating out less, going to the movies less, traveling less, going on vacation less, they finally get to the sex stuff whereupon we think, "More", please!

Penny   ·  May 12, 2009 6:39 PM

The post title pulled me in.
I've wondered the same thing Penny has. How do they survey people for information like that?

foutsc   ·  May 13, 2009 9:15 AM

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