Babeland’s Breakfast in Bed Sex Tips with Clinton St. Baking Co.

Posted on: January 25th, 2013 at 11:23 am by
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Sex and pancakes – arguably two of the greatest gifts to mankind.  This weekend, the masters of each field are teaming up to provide free tips on how to burn cals between the sheets and then pack them on the morning after, thus perpetuating the cycle!  Yep, Clinton Street Baking Company and Babeland are hooking up for a little sex synergy on the Lower East Side. There may be another use for that famous maple butter after all… but we digress.

Here are the details if you want in:

Breakfast in Bed Sex Tips with Clinton St. Baking Co.
Saturday, January 26, 1:30pm, Free
Babeland LES, 94 Rivington Street

Plan the perfect Valentine’s Day with the tips you’ll learn in this Babeland Quickie covering pleasure, positions, and pancakes! Clinton St. Baking Co. (two-time winner of New York Magazine’s best blueberry pancakes award) will dish on how to create a tasty breakfast to enjoy in bed. Enjoy muffins and mimosas, and arrive early; the first fifteen guests will receive goodies. Who says breakfast can’t be romantic?

http://babelandandclintonstreet.eventbrite.com/

As with swimming (and Cyclone rides), we recommend waiting a half-hour after eating pancakes before diving back into bed, and be mindful of potential buns in the oven.

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