|Worried Husband NEEDS Advice!
Nov 9, 2004
Dr. Bob, My wife wants sex. I got two lapdances from stripper on business trip. She clawed at the top of my bald head with her long fingernails. I think her fingers had also touched herself during the dance. Don't know if her nails broke the skin on my head. Back at the hotel I didn't see anything. Please help me decide what to do. I will send a donation to your foundation tomorrow regardless, but I would very much appreciate your help. I can't resist her much longer and I don't want to infect her either. Cat-scratched!
Response from Dr. Frascino
Hi Worried Husband,
My advice is simple:
1. If your wife wants sex, consider yourself lucky!
2. I see no HIV risk from the lap dancing cat pawing and clawing your bald noggin.
3. To prevent future problems, consider bringing a nail clipper with you or wear a Stetson hat next time you stop at the Badda-Bing.
4. Write to the folks who make Rogaine and Propecia and ask for a refund
5. Stop worrying, pop a Viagra, grab the wife, the lube, the trapeze, your favorite 10 or 12 sex toys and hit the sheets for a marathon sexathon.
Thank you for your donation!
Even if I knew that tomorrow the world would go to pieces, I would still plant my apple tree today.
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