These are definitely not your daily paper's crossword puzzles. Conceived by the devious minds at Nerve.com, these 50 puzzles test the old S.Q. (that's sexual quotient). What's a five-letter word for well endowed? In what country is oral sex illegal? Who was the first woman to expose a nipple on TV? Of course, not all the clues in Naughty Crosswords relate to sex. These puzzles test a wide range of knowledge, from geography (63 Across: One of the U.S. Virgin islands) to pop culture (47 Down: Twins who became legal on June 13, 2004) to politics (52 Across: Place where Bill and Hillary started screwing, presumably). Ok, so maybe they're mostly about sex. But that's what makes it so much fun! The Wire-O format makes it handy to write in no matter where you are. With four levels of difficulty and themes ranging from S&M to virginity, Naughty Crosswords revels in the fact that, when it comes to sex, no trivia is too trivial.
|Publisher:||Chronicle Books LLC|
|Product dimensions:||7.75(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.63(d)|
|Age Range:||13 - 18 Years|
About the Author
Nerve.com has been publishing provocative essays and photography, stimulating reporting, and sidesplitting commentary on a daily basis since 1997. Described by Entertainment Weekly as "Playboy's body with the New Yorker's brain," Nerve has won numerous awards, including National Magazine Award nominations, most recently in 2005, and a Forbes Best of the Web selection in 2004. In recent years, Nerve has grown into a successful multimedia company, expanding into film, television, books, print, and