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"Men fantasize about having sex in different places," says Dr. Scott Haltzman, author of The Secrets of Happily Married Men. While routine sex has its place, he sometimes wants to do something different—and that's good for you too. One day, head to Ikea in search of a faux bear-skin rug (spare him the trip) and get wild in front of your fireplace. Or simply straddle him on the couch while the kids are at a sleepover — just make sure the TV is turned off behind you.
Secondly, Jack is an awful writer. Like…truly horrific. There are a lot of errors in this book. Also, something that annoys the fuck out of me…there are several instances of him saying “I probably should have mentioned this before…” or something along those lines. Dude…you wrote a book. You can edit that shit before you publish it. If you “probably should have mentioned this before”, go back and fucking mention it. You have that power.
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