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I’m not the first, nor will I be the last, to suggest publications like Cosmo are A1 sources of misinformation. But like a moth to a flame, or more accurately, like those annoying motorists who slow down to take in all of a car wreck’s gory details, I can’t help but peruse issues of Cosmo while waiting in line at the grocery store. And I’ve been known to check out the website too. Apparently I just need to know the “Seven Things All Men Need to Now About A Woman’s Menstrual Cycle” or some such clap trap.
Anyway, so while surfing the good ol’ world wide web, I came across 10 Things Men Don’t Want To Hear In Bed, just the kind of piece that piques my interest even though I know it shouldn’t. Now, far be it from me to question the intelligence of the average Cosmo reader, especially since I’ve already confessed to being an occasional Cosmo-dude myself, but what the ???? Who’s this Ryan fellow who wrote this? Which editor gave this a green light?
Look, if you don’t already know that asking a man “Is it in yet?” or that saying “My ex used to” are not aphrodisiacs, I’m willing to go out on a limb and say you’re stupid. Or you’re not old enough to read much less have sex.
Now, I don’t know if you guys have the same problem with those lists as I do but……really?!?!?! 50 Things?!?!?! Who has time to read 50 tips?!?! I know a lot of men who don’t know 50 things much less 50 things to tell a woman. And who’s trying to remember 50 tips for the boudoir? What a waste of time and resources. Environmentalists should be up in arms. I’m guessing less is more isn’t one of the 50 things/tips.
Geessh. 50 tips. Here are two tips: Don’t read Cosmo. And as much as possible, ladies first.
Ladies, here’s something men don’t like: SKS. What’s SKS you ask. Watch the video to find out.