10 of the Most Ridiculous Cosmo Sex Tips Ever
Who came up with these?!
Ridiculous Cosmo Sex Tips
For the most part, they provide tips and tricks that are actually quite useful and fun to try in the bedroom. But sometimes, they let a few very outlandish tidbits seep through the cracks.
We're here to discuss those wacky words of sexual wisdom the publisher has gifted us with.
Keep scrolling for 10 ridiculous pieces of Cosmo sex advice you should never follow!
That's one way to feed your appetite.
The Butterfly Kiss Effect
The thought of that sounds somewhat serial killerish. Just us?
Light as a Feather, Stiff as a D
This one practically speaks for itself.
Light His Saber
Unless he actually has a lightsaber for a penis, this probably isn't going to end well.
Press a Fork
We have the sneaking suspicion a Disney princess by the name of Ariel wrote this one.
This is a literal sex tip in my Cosmo magazine pic.twitter.com/dvbrSsdkvx— urethra franklin (@allyson_meghan) November 10, 2013
Sneeze It Out
Forget cumming, it's all about sneezing.
Why not use legos instead?
lol cosmo sex tips are the best pic.twitter.com/IWHBRM3Bbh— (((Loryn Brantz))) (@LorynBrantz) November 20, 2015
Handle Those Balls
Sex is a contact sport.
Cosmo's sex tips are the funniest thing. 😭😭😭 pic.twitter.com/nlmbHkbTzU— Big Font Energy (@NerdEfiko) March 1, 2015
Wild Windstorm Sex
Because nothing's sexier than being penetrated during a vicious storm.
Cosmo always has the best tips! like when they realized that the ultimate fantasy is having sex during a windstorm... pic.twitter.com/ptZcLWLweo— Myra (@YourPalMyra) June 12, 2015
Hand Some Mistletoe
Mistletoe? In the shower?
I'm ultimately convinced that Cosmo's sex tips are written by people who've never actually had sex. pic.twitter.com/VBBKeNZd3w— Gingerbread Witch (@RosesMcClover) November 8, 2015
We Want to Hear From You
What's the most ridiculous piece of sex advice you've ever seen from Cosmo?
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