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This months Cosmo

Woo hoo Gals, this months Cosmopolitan magazine is chocked full of nice tips and tricks to tantalize even the most frigid of geeks. Big Grin It looks like Ashley Simpson on the cover, but more importantly are the words: The Power of Pre-sex, Beyond Kama Sutra, His Butt, and 50 Ways to Have Fun With Your Man. I can't wait to try some of this stuff on my man!!!

The Power of Pre-Sex is this nifty article containing 5 tried and true methods for getting his motor running. It's all about tease and stimulation, or as they put it "5 Tricks that will totally rev his engine". Admit it, we don't want them wanting anyone but us right? So, number one on the hit parade is Let Him See Your Bod. According to their experts You Naked is the hottest gift for your guy, so let him soak it up and he'll sizzle to a higher temperature. It even goes so far as to suggest throwing him on the bed, straddle him, and give him a strip tease. Show a little boobie and cover it up. Show a little inner thigh and cover it up. Then when you finally do get to the point of revealing the goodies, do it nice and sloooow. Then tip two: Use Your Breath. Apparently slowly exhaling in just the right spots will create a temperature change in his skin and heighten arousal. Woooo baby. Number three is Play a little Rough. Men crave seduction as much as a woman and being aggressive or even animalistic is a "sign of lust and an indication that she's as into it as he is." They suggest siezing control and getting him into a "gotta-have-it now lip-lock." Number four: Tantalize with Touch. Cosmo contends guys liked to be touched and not just in that one area. They suggest butt massages and long but gentle scratches up and down their back. In fact mixing up hard massage and long nail strokes and surprize pinches seems to turn a fellar right on. And finally Bring him to the Brink. Yes, just what you imagine. Do what ever it is you do to bring him to the brink and then easing up, not necessarily stopping, but put off the good thing for a while. They say if you do this a few times it can really increase the pleasure of the final moment. That final one sounds like a plan, but I wouldn't classify it pre! Big Grin

This months cosmo has many many more features such as Cosmo's Condom Round-up, This year's Fun and Fearless, Confessions, and February's Cosmo Commandments. ...Available at your favorite newsstand or retail outlet.

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