Sex in the Outdoors

Sex in the Outdoors

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by Buck Tilton
     
 

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Sex in the Outdoors says it all! If you enjoy - or strive to have the opportunity to enjoy - sex in the vast outdoors, then you've laid hands on the ultimate resource. Benefits include: increased self-esteem; increased awareness of bears and other critters; increased fitness of necessary body parts; increased awareness of possible partners; increased interest

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Sex in the Outdoors says it all! If you enjoy - or strive to have the opportunity to enjoy - sex in the vast outdoors, then you've laid hands on the ultimate resource. Benefits include: increased self-esteem; increased awareness of bears and other critters; increased fitness of necessary body parts; increased awareness of possible partners; increased interest in getting it; increased chance of getting it; increased chance of getting away with it. Whether you want it, someone you know wants it, or you have a sex-starved niece or nephew who needs it - Buck Tilton's Sex in the Outdoors promises to deliver the intimate yet practical information all sex-crazed outdoor folks need to know, whether they know they need to know or not.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780897325790
Publisher:
Menasha Ridge Press
Publication date:
11/01/2004
Edition description:
2ND
Pages:
112
Product dimensions:
6.04(w) x 8.98(h) x 0.32(d)

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Despite many interesting tales from the early days of the lonely mountain man concerning sexual liaisons with large mammals other than humans, encounters with wild animals, especially carnivores, should be avoided. Bears, for instance, are capable, like many sex partners, of rapid and unpredictable mood changes. Bears are, furthermore, capable of removing significant body parts, which would limit future sexual liaisons of any kind. If attacked, running away, in this case, is not recommended. Humans, in relation to other species, are remarkably slow. An exception to the do-not-run rule is this: When traveling in the outdoors with someone who runs slower than you do, running away may be considered a viable option. If attacked by a black bear, say the experts, fight back. You won't win, but you may discourage the bear enough to save some of those significant body parts. If attacked by a grizzly bear, the experts continue, play dead. In most cases, you won't have to play very long because soon you'll be really sincerely dead.

Meet the Author

Buck Tilton is the co-founder of the Wilderness Medicine Institute of NOLS and has been awarded the Paul Petzoldt Award for Excellence in Wilderness Education. More than 15 of his books are currently in print. He lives in Lander, Wyoming, where he persists in thinking, "life is far too short to be taken seriously."

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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