Office Kama Sutra: Being a Guide to Delectation & Delight in the Workplace

Office Kama Sutra: Being a Guide to Delectation & Delight in the Workplace

by Julianne Balmain, Thorina Rose
     
 

Is your cubicle a lonely desert where only productivity flourishes? Are you smitten by a love goddess in accounting, HR, or sales? Do you long to embrace the muscled Shiva sauntering up to the coffeemaker? Office Kama Sutra reveals the secrets to making every workday a memorable affair. Hailed by scholars as a trove of ancient wisdom, this erotic guide to love in

Overview

Is your cubicle a lonely desert where only productivity flourishes? Are you smitten by a love goddess in accounting, HR, or sales? Do you long to embrace the muscled Shiva sauntering up to the coffeemaker? Office Kama Sutra reveals the secrets to making every workday a memorable affair. Hailed by scholars as a trove of ancient wisdom, this erotic guide to love in the office, available in English at last, will thrill lay practitioners of the carnal arts. Believed by some to have been composed centuries ago, Office Kama Sutra proves that the office fling is far from a new phenomenon. And no wonder. With the average career spanning more than four decades, it is only a matter of time before lusty hearts pair up at work, or wish they could. These pages offer vital tips and advice on such topics as selecting, courting, and especially pleasuring a partner (or partners), as well as what to do in the event of discord, impotence, or other libidinous mishaps. Thought-provoking illustrations detail "The Forty Ways" and other special techniques, while a reversible jacket (see above) allows readers to uncover the secrets of Office Kama Sutra with complete discretion. If congress is to happen at work, and we know it will, then no employee is safe without a copy of Office Kama Sutra, the skill-enhancement guide to workplace love.

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PLAYBOY
The office affair is elevated by Office Kama Sutra, an entertaining book by the alarmingly cute Julianne Balmain. In energetic prose, she outlines positions such as "the determined mollusk pestered by a jellyfish with plenty of tentacles" (simpler than it sounds) and the practice of "polishing the mahogany"—congress on the conference room table.
Publishers Weekly
Administrative assistants can learn how to do the "dance of a thousand sticky notes," while account managers can get advice on heating up "cold calls" in Julianne Balmain's Office Kama Sutra: Being a Guide to Delectation & Delight in the Workplace. This humorous take on the ancient erotic guide covers all bases, from "The Forty Ways" to what the phrase "Can I see you in my office?" really means. The author, who also wrote Abroad: A Travel Journal, even provides a reversible book jacket, in case workers need to pretend they're reading "Getting What You Want at Work: Ten Steps from Fantasy to Reality." (Sept.) Copyright 2001 Cahners Business Information.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780811831383
Publisher:
Chronicle Books LLC
Publication date:
07/28/2001
Pages:
112
Product dimensions:
1.00(w) x 1.00(h) x 1.00(d)

Meet the Author

Julianne Balmain is a San Francisco-based writer whose many books include Abroad: A Travel Journal and Organizer and Office Kama Sutra, a humorous guide to romance at work. Writing as Nadia Gordon, she is the author of the Sunny McCoskey Napa Valley myster

Thorina Rose thought better of office life and became a freelance illustrator. Her whimsical drawings have appeared in numerous publications, including Salon, Outside, Mother Jones, and The Industry Standard. She also worked on Backyard Bouquets for Chroni

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