KAMA SUTRA????

Hong Kong
October 25, 2006 2:10am CST
useful or not?
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25 responses
• India
5 Apr 08
yep!! it is useful but it always depends on u and ur partners comfort. Books do not always provide you with every information. Some things gotta be learnt from experiences. This one is a really gud book and it shows you alomst every position that cud be done to have that different feeling in bed everyday so that you feel relaxing without boredom(lol)
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• India
28 Dec 06
alot it gives us real pleasure and gives us choices
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@ruki22 (102)
• Philippines
15 Dec 06
yap it is useful. i hope i have one with me so i can use it handson. LoL
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• India
28 Dec 06
its so usefull in our life.
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• India
25 Dec 06
yes it's useful.but it should b keep away from children.
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@kaniam (582)
• India
19 Dec 06
A Shameful Affair Mildred Orme, seated in the snuggest corner of the big front porch of the Kraummer farmhouse, was as content as a girl need hope to be. This was no such farm as one reads about in humorous fiction. Here were swelling acres where the undulating wheat gleamed in the sun like a golden sea. For silver there was the Meramec—or, better, it was pure crystal, for here and there one might look clean through it down to where the pebbles lay like green and yellow gems. Along the river’s edge trees were growing to the very water, and in it, sweeping it when they were willows. The house itself was big and broad, as country houses should be. The master was big and broad, too. The mistress was small and thin, and it was always she who went out at noon to pull the great clanging bell that called the farmhands in to dinner. From her agreeable corner where she lounged with her Browning or her Ibsen, Mildred watched the woman do this every day. Yet when the clumsy farmhands all came tramping up the steps and crossed the porch in going to their meal that was served within, she never looked at them. Why should she? Farmhands are not so very nice to look at, and she was nothing of an anthropologist. But once when the half dozen men came along, a paper which she had laid carelessly upon the railing was blown across their path. One of them picked it up, and when he had mounted the steps restored it to her. He was young, and brown, of course, as the sun had made him. He had nice blue eyes. His fair hair was dishevelled. His shoulders were broad and square and his limbs strong and clean. A not unpicturesque figure in the rough attire that bared his throat to view and gave perfect freedom to his every motion. Mildred did not make these several observations in the half second that she looked at him in courteous acknowledgment. It took her as many days to note them all. For she signaled him out each time that he passed her, meaning to give him a condescending little smile, as she knew how. But he never looked at her. To be sure, clever young women of twenty, who are handsome, besides, who have refused their half dozen offers and are settling down to the conviction that life is a tedious affair, are not going to care a straw whether farmhands look at them or not. And Mildred did not care, and the thing would not have occupied her a moment if Satan had not intervened, in offering the employment which natural conditions had failed to supply. It was summer time; she was idle; she was piqued, and that was the beginning of the shameful affair. “Who are these men, Mrs. Kraummer, that work for you? Where do you pick them up?” “Oh, ve picks ’em up everyvere. Some is neighbors, some is tramps, and so.” “And that broad-shouldered young fellow—is he a neighbor? The one who handed me my paper the other day—you remember?” “Gott, no! You might yust as well say he vas a tramp. Aber he vorks like a steam ingine.” “Well, he’s an extremely disagreeable-looking man. I should think you’d be afraid to have him about, not knowing him.” “Vat you vant to be ’fraid for?” laughed the little woman. “He don’t talk no more un ven he vas deef und dumb. I didn’t t’ought you vas sooch a baby.” “But, Mrs. Kraummer, I don’t want you to think I’m a baby, as you say —a coward, as you mean. Ask the man if he will drive me to church tomorrow. You see, I’m not so very much afraid of him,” she added with a smile. The answer which this unmannerly farmhand returned to Mildred’s request was simply a refusal. He could not drive her to church because he was going fishing.
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• India
28 Dec 06
Yes its useful.
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• Indonesia
21 Dec 06
what is kama sutra?
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@deejlux (524)
• Italy
20 Dec 06
don't know...for clean any doubt,why don't we try it? :P
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@GLOBALSHEEN (1005)
• India
12 Dec 06
Some perverted fool wrote it.Any thing unnatural will make the real essence of life dry up.You will lose the taste of life in a short while if you try to follow all those things what that fool has written.Young generation gets diverted from thier studies if they read all those dirty stuff.That should be banned.This is a negative point in India. People link all those things to spirituality and starts looking at it from a higher perception.Even such vulgarities are carved on the temples in India and trying to give a philosophical meaning to it.All rubbish substandard philosophies.You will be so embarassed when you visit those temples along with your children.
• India
16 Dec 06
Definitly it is God vs Devil or purity vs sin. Those who read or practice will have to pay heavy prises at the end.Thier entire life will get screwed up.
@longbangod (1786)
• Philippines
5 Apr 08
In some point and for married couple it is but other people are doing it as experimental outside marriage. In this way it is not useful!
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@ruud1988 (40)
• India
18 Dec 06
useful...ancient style of havin fun
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• India
15 Dec 06
i like the practical approach of that writer
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@xxdregas87 (3266)
• Italy
11 Dec 06
not
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@1fatpig (785)
• Australia
15 Dec 06
I perfer 4 + 9 + 11 + 12 + 15 + 18 = 69
• Hong Kong
16 Dec 06
??? What does that mean exactly?
• United States
17 Dec 06
it means he is gay. if you look at the number 69 it resembles it.
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@enemies (739)
• India
21 Dec 06
I recently purchased a copy thinking that i could try a few positions with my girlfriend (were in the honymoon period so i thought i'd make the most of it...) but you'd need to be a gymnast to do 90% of the positions in it! Where can i get something a little more user friendly that will be fun as well? Sensible answers from experienced people, not spotty virgins or pervs that don't know an A-hole from a letterbox!
• Hong Kong
25 Dec 06
I know,the positon are difficult for most people,easier to read than do it.
@djbtol (5496)
• United States
15 Dec 06
Mostly just hype, good for selling books.
• Hong Kong
16 Dec 06
True,and I think it's just the gimmicks,not so useful/eay to follow.
@edigital (2709)
• United States
11 Dec 06
It was useful in encient age, something intresting written by "Batsayon " an indian writer 200 years ago and still available with favorite.
• Hong Kong
11 Dec 06
I've never tried what the book says,I was just wondering what u guys feel about it.
@cnetboss (2476)
• Philippines
28 Dec 06
sex - kama sutra
Some of the positions are very useful
@bevanamit (645)
• India
24 Dec 06
yes very useful