The Married Kama Sutra by Simon Rich and Farley Katz is a witty attempt to look at the funny side of being together. Given the fact that a marriage always brings new positions with it, this book deals the subject in brilliant and humorous manner 🙂
The book uses same format and style as the original Kama Sutra. We at Gabdig believes that every married couple have experienced these positions, either occasionally or frequently.
The Love Gap Position
When the couple started kissing and making love, and the child runs into the room screaming, because he had heard a scary noise or whatever, it is called the ‘love gap’ position. A classic example of ‘Pyaar mai Deewar‘.
The Dishwasher Position
When the man is loading the dishwasher and the women must come over, because he is loading it wrong. That position is called the ‘dishwasher’ position.
The Push Harder Position
When the women push her man to cleans the area near his feet, just to imply that he too should be cleaning, the is called the ‘push harder’ position.
The Wounded-Hippo Position
When the women need help in moving furniture or other heavy items, and asks help from some local teenager, and the teenager takes off his shirt in front of women, and the husband watches her watching the boy, it is called ‘wounded-hippo’ position.
The Shopping Position
When the women demands that the man buy some new clothes, because he has not brought it in years, and he physically resists as she pushes him into the Mall, is called the ‘shopping’ position.
The Intense Pleasure Position
When the man and the women are at the dinner with another married couple whose problem are even worse then there own and they feel delighted, is called the ‘intense pleasure’ position.
The Hot Air Position
When the man passes gas in front of a women, without so much as an apology, it is called the ‘hot air’ position or the ‘shifting of standards’ position.
The Close Call Position
When the women enters the room and man quickly closes his laptop, because he has been looking into something more interesting than his marriage life, it is called the Baal Baal Bache or ‘close call’ position.
The ‘Leave the kids at Grandma’ Position
When the couple plans to spend some quality time and leave the kid at grandma home. Then they enjoy, have some wine, eat the dinner and ultimately go to much needed peaceful sleep.
The Man-Free Position
When the man travels to a sporting event with his friends, and women in his absence, takes a long hot bath, and drinks wine or whatever pleases her, is called the ‘man-free’ position.
These Positions are too close to the truth. Which position you think is most annoying, comment below.