Books. Bikes. Boomsticks.
Self-Checkout aisles are like wheelchair ramps for introverts.
We'd also get rid of the skinny broads on the cover and get some more interesting looking women than they usually have.
They already do. It's called Maxim.
Pretty safe bet you wouldn't see the incredible childish "va-jay-jay" and we'd actually know what turns us on.
...after prOn an this post... things must be slow in Indy...
The funny thing is that the article, with various "lol typical male" fake headlines like "XXX moves that'll seal his devotion forever" and "The right cleavage for every occasion", is almost indistinguishable from regular Cosmo.
I saw that when I was out with the wife. I brought it to her attention and said "Well, for starters, all those 'sex tips to drive your man wild' would actually WORK."I imagine the "what guys are really thinking" articles would finally be accurate.Gotta love the irony of a women's mag that proclaims (in every issue, no less!) to be able to get inside a man's head yet finds the thought of a male editor laughable.
Articles on "the new spring line-up!" would be replaced with "Stroking or Boring: Which is Right for Your Smallblock?"
I had a girlfriend like that once: first she was stroked, then she was bored.Operative word: "once."
Laughingdog and Holly are today's big winners. They took BOTH my ideas.
You know, it occurs to me that Tamara sure does claim to be reading a lot of Cosmo in the checkout line.Could it be... that Tamara... has a *subscription* that arrives at same time her issue of SWAT does? Hmmm. What if you combined the two magazines? What might we see?"Going Commando? LaRue Tactical's Advice On White Cotton Panties."
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