Tongue-in-cheek “tips” range from “If you really love someone, you will stab them and send them to Hell” (inspired by Buffy the Vampire Slayer) to “Revealing the awful truth about the world is like an instant love charm” (inspired by Wall-E and others).
But our favorite by far was the “Variety is the spice of life” category, which details the first-sex scene between Daenerys Targaryen and Khal Drogo in author George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Fire and Ice, better known as the inspiration for TV’s Game of Thrones. But there’s no way HBO could have storyboarded anything this hot:
After a while he began to touch her. Lightly at first, then harder. She could sense the fierce strength in his hands, but he never hurt her. He held her hand in his own and brushed her fingers, one by one. He ran a hand gently down her leg. He stroked her face, tracing the curve of her ears, running a finger gently around her mouth. He put both hands in her hair and combed it with his fingers. He turned her around, massaged her shoulders, slid a knuckled down the path of her spine.
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