How Not to Get Your Husband to Have Sex With You



Gets really mad if refused sex
  • Gets really mad if refused sex

More advice for the women here—we just can’t pass this one up.

There are tried and true methods to get your husband to have sex with you: Start talking about the things he’s good at, an impromptu and relaxing neck and shoulder massage, maybe dig that sexy garter-corset-fishnet ensemble out from the bottom of the drawer and put it on. The list could go on.

What definitely will not work is to get stupid drunk and beat him up.

This method could however, get you arrested, just like Vera Baaske, 44, of Sandusky. And she called the cops herself.

According to NewsNet 5, Baaske and her husband enjoyed a Sunday of shopping, followed by a stop at a bar for a drink (In Vera’s case it may have been several drinks).

Upon arriving home, the Missus was in the mood and wanted to have sex in the basement (we don’t know why the basement—no explanation was given for that).

Mr. Baaske declined her advances, which sent his wife into a rage and she ended up on top of him on the floor, yelling, pummeling, and spitting. For some unknown reason, Mrs. Baaske then called the cops and asked them to come to the house because of a domestic dispute. They did.

Police found Mr. Baaske’s face and neck scratched up, but Mrs. Baaske said he was the one who attacked her. The couple’s daughter however, witnessed the event (yes, their daughter needs a place of her own, and quick), and set the record straight. She said her mother gets very angry when drinking.

Mrs. Baaske dried out in jail for a night, and was charged with domestic violence.

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