Handjob Handbook by Simon Spotlight Entertainment - review by Couple of Kink

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Handjob Handbook

Book by Simon Spotlight Entertainment

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Handjobs for the novice or experienced

Fun book for couples to bring some new moves into the bedroom. Also a good quick read for someone that has never given a handjob and is ready to safely make your man VERY happy.
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Pros:
Material of the pages, layout, rating system, new techniques.
Cons:
Color and small font make it difficult to read, could come up with some more techniques.
Rating by reviewer:
4
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One would think a detailed handbook on how to give handjobs would not be necessary. I mean how hard can it be? You don't have to do much to make a guy happy once you start playing around down there right? Well, that is true for the most part, but this book gives some reassurance to the young and inexperienced and some new techniques for the seasoned pros.

The book starts with a bit of a background, an anatomy lesson, and some good dos and don'ts. This is mainly for the newcomers to the procedure, of course. This should help set you at ease if you are preparing for your first "job".

Then it starts to get a bit more interesting as it details 25 different techniques. Some are obvious, but there are a few unique ones in there that offer some new sensations that you may not have come up with on your own. However, I think some pictures or illustrations might have been beneficial with some of them, but you can figure them all out fairly easily. Also there is a pictorial rating system that is given for each technique so you can tell at a glance how difficult the technique is as well as a few other characteristics, such as if it is a DIY (Do it yourself) technique.

The book itself has very thick, easy to turn pages that make it easy to handle. The pages are also coated and protected if you choose to bring your study material to the exam. The color choice is a bit odd though as the white letters on the pink background is not the easiest to read.

Overall the book is very short and makes for a quick read. But as I said, we learned a few good techniques that my husband enjoyed helping me test out. And I'm sure he won't mind me continuing to study and practice. This is a fun book for a couple to sit down and go through together, or to read on yourself and surprise your man with some new tricks.
Follow-up commentary
Revisiting this book, there were in fact a few techniques within the 25 included that we would not have come up with on our own. It is just kind of nice to know some different techniques as my husband really likes to change things up, and do different positions and techniques. I'm not sure that I'm able to go into much detail as to the specifics of any techniques since it is copyrighted material. But I will give you some example names of the techniques. For example, there is "The Basic", "Ants Climbing up a Hill", "Squeeze Play", "The Girl Scout", "Taint Misbehavin."

Of the 25 techniques my husband REALLY liked TEN of them, and FOUR that he just didn't really like at all. The rest he thought were OK, but he mainly likes when I change up and do different techniques. It is nice to have them in your repertoire.

And if you like being fun and a bit risqué, the book would make a nice conversation piece on the coffee table as well.
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  • Gary
    Did you learn any off-the-wall techniques in the book; that you would never have come up with on your own? What kind of names do the various techniques have?
  • Mamastoys
    Can you give some more specifics about the techniques you learned? Sounds like a good book bu the small print is a turn off for me! Thanks
  • TinyTease
    How many different techniques does this book cover and were there any in particular that you or your husband liked?
  • PurpleReign
    "The pages are also coated and protected if you choose to bring your study material to the exam."

    Good line. Like Yeti, MT & TT I think a bit more detail would really be helpful; maybe a follow-up review?
  • Couple of Kink
    Thanks for the comments everyone. I don't know if I should get too detailed since it is a book review dealing with copyrighted material. But I will do a followup review and try to include some more iinformation on the quality of techniques included. I'm sure my husband won't mind helping me study some more Winking
  • sbon
    This is the most positive review I've read for this book, but I think I might look to find one that's more advanced...
  • SexyStuff
    Thanks
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