Friday, May 29, 2009

Never take advice from woman's magazines.

Help. My bathroom is being overrun with woman's magazines. From Shape to Fit. From Woman's Day to Parents, we have estrogen inserts fluttering around our bathroom like feathers on the wind. And they're all right there in my toilet side reading tin, just tempting me to read them. And so I do.

I have quickly come to realize that every article in a woman's magazine can fit into one of three categories: 1. How to have better sex 2. How to get skinny while not dying in the process 3. How to not destroy your children. And of course, many of these articles delve into two or all three of these categories.

I was reading Redbook the other day during one of my so called "reading times" when I came across a very disturbing article. "Sex Up Your Mole Check"

I'm no sexologist and I'm no dermatologist, but what I am is a mole-avoidologist.

Sex up your mole check? I'd rather not.

Some things are just not meant to be "sexed up".


granny.yospe said...

What does that mean? Sex up your mole check? I don't get I too old?

Cheeseboy said...

If I recall, I think the article was about how you and your partner can check each other for moles while making it a sexy experience.

Tammy said...

This is what happens when you are married to the coupon queen! I know she also gets free magazines.

Cathi said...

Tam, You're right. Most of the magazines we get are free. We do have a few non-girly magazines such as ESPN and Ensign. Both ones I had to pay for.

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Tammy said...

Look Abe! I got Cathi to comment! :)