And right smartly I might add. Following in the footsteps of "Incredible Sex", or perhaps leading the parade, "Little Book of Big O's", another little "up and coming" short, will have you "polishing your boathouse" like a pro in short order. With its British bent, you'll find yourself "pushing out the boat" whilst following its suggestions concerning pampering of the "Cli-Cli" and other related areas. Aimed more directly at birds than blokes, this book contains many of the suggestions found in the short, "Incredible Sex", and like that book, will have you "toying" with new ideas. As we all know, 1 in 3 British women own a buzz buddy, and there are limitless references to using them in many fanciful ways. You may find yourself "tied up" (or down) and perhaps punished for your lack of profundity where these obviously common practices (in Britain) are concerned. Don't get the wrong impression--blokes are not written out of this one. (There are even suggestions on leading "Willy" to the chocolate factory). Decadent dining is a recurrent theme, and there are many references to the correct and preferred method of "snogging" a vertical taco. The big G is discussed in frank terms, as are the ins and outs of its location and discovery. Apparently anything goes with those freewheeling Brits, and suggestions for some fairly uncommon practices abound. Yikes!!! That's got to hurt. Their "positions" are clear yet wildly varied on matters of the common or uncommon. Whilst rehashing much of the information found in "Incredible Sex", this book does contain a few new "tips and tricks" which are sure to leave you breathless and tingling. "Links", which are abundant throughout the book, allow you to find the "aids" you prefer without the fuss and bother of having to go online and find them yourself. Ordering online also assures you don't get spotted by your nosy neighbor as you exit your local Big Willy's with shopping bags full of "toys" and DVD`s. All should be discretely delivered to your doorstep in "plain brown wrappers", I suppose. After all...with all the thrashing about, screaming, moaning and buzzing going on in your flat, you don't want to telegraph ALL your secrets to your flat mates or those pesky neighbors. A doorstep filled with multiple packages from Big Willy's House of Good Vibes just won't do; and surely you don't need knowing glances from the postman (wink wink) although, as suggested in the book, "shagging a stranger" for the fun of it is in no way out of the question. Oh My! By all means, give some of these "not all suggestions tested by the author" tips a go and then remove Benson from the Hedges and relax while smoking an after the romp cigarette. Benson (the postman) will finish his route with a new-found spring in his step and it will work wonders to take the edge off your rug burn. Well, there you have it...a brief summary of "Little Book of Big O's" certainly not to be confused with the "Little GOLDEN Book" series for children, God forbid! Another three star effort for Those Wacky Brits and two thumbs up. Hey mate...Watch where you're putting those things.