There were some very funny replies to this guy who says he knows what women want in bed
To the Times, which has an interview with a chap called Madison James who is apparently a ‘sexual development consultant’.
What’s a ‘sexual development consultant?’ you ask. Well, lots of women are by all accounts hiring him to transform their sex lives but he doesn’t come cheap, costing £1,000 a night or £13,500 for a two-week holiday (basically buy 13-and-a-half days, get half a day free).
What do women want in bed? This man says he knows https://t.co/n8hlAI5PVx
— The Times (@thetimes) March 16, 2019
Or you can save time and money and find out what women really want by looking at the replies on Twitter. They really don’t disappoint.
Freshly laundered sheets, every single night.
— Mel (@melsheptink) March 16, 2019
With someone else making up the bed.
— damselin combatboots (@prettyinblackxx) March 17, 2019
All women are exactly the same and want exactly the same thing. Yes.
— Dr. Peradventure (@Peradventur3) March 16, 2019
Except, it turns out they might. Look!
Clean sheets, silence, nothing pressing to get up for in the morning….unless it’s a holiday and a hotel breakfast to look forward to.
— Moira McKee Shemilt (@DrMoiraShemilt) March 16, 2019
Crisp cotton sheets, cool pillow, books. That’s it really.
— Rev Ruth Innes (@RuthInnes) March 17, 2019
We all want the same thing : Fresh sheets every night , goose down duvet , 800tc sheets , lots of pillows , an open window and a
— Angel (@AngelOTheNorth) March 17, 2019
But surely there’s more than that?
Shocked by the Twitter response to this – I really thought a good WiFi signal would be up there, but I suppose it's either a given or everyone is on 4G?
— MatO (@maniacpony) March 17, 2019
Clean sheets. Clean jammies. A candle or two. My kindle. My cats. Maybe wine if it's not a work night. And definitely no snorers, duvet hoggers, farters or spreaders…..
— Chelle Belle (@MichelleOBrien3) March 16, 2019
Well, a bit more.
Wait – I've got it.
A cup of tea and a good book? https://t.co/4Cqu0lULTU
— Joanne Harris (@Joannechocolat) March 17, 2019
For men to ask us what we want in bed and listen when we tell them.
— Ash // Thebookbakery17 (@thebookbakery17) March 17, 2019
Crisp, clean sheets, squishy pillows, lavender pillow spray and an audio book. https://t.co/xVnwMeUmtK
— Laura James (@Girl_by_the_Aga) March 17, 2019
Some help in the house and a good night’s sleep?
— Alison Millman (@FastnetQueen) March 16, 2019
New sheets, a firm mattress, 8 hours uninterrupted sleep, a coffee and the papers. In that order. https://t.co/jHstcmt9hK
— Claire Cullen Delsol (@DelsolClaire) March 17, 2019
For their partner to treat them as an individual with individual tastes/needs rather than lump them all together
— LadyHexNoir (@LadyHexNoir) March 16, 2019
I’ve always wanted one of those bunkbeds with slide, but adult sized – and with a Teasmade.
— Whores of Yore (@WhoresofYore) March 18, 2019
Cheese on toast. https://t.co/xXcE2luoWS
— Lisa Holdsworth (@WorksWithWords) March 17, 2019
And people had other questions.
Because asking a woman would have been too hard?
— Mad Library Scientist (@MadLibrarySci) March 17, 2019
Not mansplaining what we want in bed, that’s for sure https://t.co/5tyTGJj9Zo
— Jennifer Gunter (@DrJenGunter) March 17, 2019
So glad we have a man to let us know what we want
— Gillian Currie (@GillianCurrie5) March 17, 2019
Of course he does. https://t.co/USIWNCV8Zj
— Caroline Hirons (@CarolineHirons) March 17, 2019
Women want the same thing in bed as they want in any other aspect of life.
For men to stop telling them what they think and want and listen for a change.
— Shanti (@ShantiPixie) March 17, 2019
To conclude …
I don’t think the replies on here are quite the response he was looking for
— Sharon Gathercole (@Sharonwifey) March 17, 2019