12:31 am September 19, 2011, by Theresa Walsh Giarrusso
I have yet to see the Jason Bateman/Ryan Reynold’s movie “The Change-Up,” where a hot-to-trot bachelor changes bodies with a married man. (It got terrible reviews this summer.) However, Michael and I are still cracking up about one scene in the trailer.
In the scene Ryan Reynolds in is the body of his married friend Jason Bateman, and he thinks he’s getting ready to get some from Bateman’s sexy wife Leslie Mann. Before coming to bed, she sits down on the toilet and says “I need to cool it on the Thai food” and then she just lets loose on the toilet. (it’s toward the end of the trailer above.)
Reynolds in Bateman’s body is so grossed out listening to her that he doesn’t want to have sex with her when she comes to bed.
So it got me thinking, I wonder if women ever try to purposely turn their husbands off to avoid having sex? Maybe it’s just one night, maybe it’s many nights. Have you ever tried to purposely gross your husband out or turn him off from having sex that night? If so, how?
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