HOW TO TALK DIRTY: The Original "How To Talk Dirty Guide" Includes 505 Examples of Sexting, Phone Sex, Hardcore & Kinky Sex Ideas Plus More 3rd Edition, Kindle Edition
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I should look in my wife's spice cabinet. Got to be two dozen little jars of whatever in there. I can't even pronounce a lot of them. So, why next to the proverbial marriage bed is there just so often: a) salt b) pepper. If that. Come on Church Lady. You can do better. Let's cook up something with a little depth here. Mr. Brienne gets us started.
That's what this little Internet book was good at for me: medicine. The kids tell each other that one should take a "chill pill" or "mellow out" sometimes when someone is getting worked up about this topic or that or a particular person that riles. But what if a chill is the very thing ails you? Or, in this case, what ails the relationship or the marriage? This book is a good pill toward erotic wellness and reversing the chill factor.
Not only my first web book here but my first talking dirty book. I've now got four others on my wish list, a couple written by scholarly types and older folk, thanks to Ms. Brienne. This author is young, maybe too young to give a deeper context to why this dark eros thing might be even more important than she knows for the formation of a healthy relationship that can last, if lasting is what one wants. One does get what one pays for in this title and more. I wish this author well. And I'm grateful for an introductory exposure to what it can mean to getting "some aural".
So much has been written of late about the loss of desire among couples who have been together for some time, or what we are told is an epidemic of sex starved marriages among boomers. I get that the author is too young to perhaps even know how important her dirty talk primer might be for some of us, those among the more traditional couples in our sex-negative culture. Yes, how a quick read here might work toward saving thousands of dollars potentially poured down an ineffective marriage counselor rat hole; when a little more desire might fix things.
So, yes, hats off to the young Ms. Brienne here who helps the perhaps overly conservative among us to push off from the dock a bit and begin to get naked with our erotic minds by using the our tongues and the ears that lie between. I wouldn't call it an "ultimate guide"; but it is it certainly a very helpful, naughty beginning. Good job.
The author doesn't leave much for the imagination but if your imaginative enough I'm sure there is nothing you've never thought of or heard of before.The suggested situations and language might be just what you need to push you to the next level. The book is geared for women, hence the title, but from a man's perspective I found the ideas quite stimulating. The suggestive dirty talk can also be looked at as erotic, depending on the scenario, of course. Innuendo can work wonders as well.
This is a fun fun book with lot's of good ideas or reinforcement and a spring board for ideas for those readers more well versed in the art of talking dirty. For the novice to talking dirty this book serves as practically a manual since not much is left for the imagination; it's all laid out in often graphic terms. Follow your fantasies and desires; your heart will follow if it hasn't shown you the way already. It is an enjoyable read to explore and ultimately live out one's fantasies. Author Denise Brienne does a very good job of helping you loose your inhibitions and pretty much covers all the bases and all aspects of talking dirty. In the end, use the suggestions and your imagination and your man will be driven wild in anticipation of the next time you can be intimate. Highly suggested lite reading for hot and heavy ideas to spice up your life.
The author talks about building intimacy and feeling comfortable with your man. When she refers to intimacy she isn't necessarily referring to sex. She stresses the importance of getting to know someone and letting them get to know you. She also appreciates that not everybody is going to be able to start using real hard core language, plus she emphasises that it's not just what you say but how you say it. A whisper in his ear with something quite mild can have the desired affect. Especially if you are shy, because let's face it not everybody is going to be comfortable or confident to start with.
This is a useful guide to anyone who might be interested or feel that they might need a little help. The author does offer suggestions, but also gives tips on how to look elsewhere for help. Although this book is aimed at a female audience, personally I think men could benefit from reading the techniques described in this as well.