The Married Kama Sutra Hardcover – 31 Oct 2013
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"A hilarious look at conjugal bliss amidst life with the kids, the dishwasher, and other post-nuptial trappings." - The San Antonio Express-News"
"A hilarious look at conjugal bliss amidst life with the kids, the dishwasher, and other post-nuptial trappings." - "The San Antonio Express-News"
"Simon Rich and Farley Katz capture several vignettes in this perfect-as-a-stocking-stuffer gift for your favorite couple." --- The New York Times
"The long married...may find more satisfaction in this not-so-sexy but quite hilarious volume." - More"
"A hilarious look at conjugal bliss amidst life with the kids, the dishwasher, and other post-nuptial trappings." -- "The San Antonio Express-News"
"We could go on and on about the stratospherically accomplished, Brooklyn-based funnymen behind a new, illustrated ode to modern love, "The Married Kama Sutra" (Little, Brown). It's a too-true-to-life parody of sex after marriage, with witty depictions of the behaviors couples fall into that render the phrase 'long-term romance' oxymoronic." -- Elyse Moody, Elle
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"Divinely funny." Elissa Schapell, ""Vanity Fair"""
An illustrated 'sequel' to the famous Kama Sutra: a humorous guide to the positions of married life.See all Product Description
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From page one you relate to the text and it just carries on through the book.