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Mel B’s Scary Sex Tips For Unfulfilled Women

by | 9th, June 2009

scary-sexIN this week’s Groser magazine – sorry, Closer – Mel B continues to find it too hard to move on from her Scary past and tells readers about her “pocket rocket” sex toy.

Now married to a Stephen Belafonte, Scary Mel B tells one and all:

“I read about new research that showed 75 per cent of women don’t have an orgasm during sex! Oh my God! That amazed me, because having a good sex life is absolutely essential in my opinion. My advice to women who are unfulfilled in the bedroom is to invest in a sex toy. I use a little vibrator called a Pocket Rocket – and it does the trick every time.”

Can Mel be saying that’s she is unfulfilled in the bedroom and is saved from being from of the 75 per cent by her vibrating love missile?

If so then we applaud her moment of candour, a welcome relief from the usual loadsa shaggin’ celebrity rhetoric. And the good news is that it matters not what age you are unsatisfied at because the pocket rocket is an equal opportunities facilitator:

“The good thing about sex toys is you can use them by yourself or with your partner. My husband and I have a great time together – I’m not sure if it’s because we’re the same age, but we both have very high libidos.”

It’s a day of revelations from our Mel. Put that bag of blue pills down, sir, and take up something your own age to get the libido raised faster than a Frenchman’s arms.

And the tips don’t stop there, folks:

“If you feel like getting intimate with your partner, it’s important to be relaxed. I often have a candle-lit bath first and listen to some soothing music. Next, put on some gorgeous lingerie – I’ve got a big collection that’s just for the bedroom. Make sure there are no distractions, then go for it!”

But do dry off first – if your pocket rocket is plugged into the mains it may be the shuddering thrill to end all shuddering thrills…

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