Ladies Ask John Stamos For Selfies After Sex & Uncle Jesse Would Be All About This

I think as grown adults, we all know there are some things in life you just don't do. For instance, you don't sit directly next to someone on the subway when there are a sea of other free seats, because it's creepy. You don't cough or sneeze into the wide open yonder, because that would be unsanitary and positively disgusting. And you definitely wouldn't ask someone, namely John Stamos, to take a quick selfie after sex, because that's well... practically uncivilized. But alas, if you're having sex with Stamos, according to him, you do. You should probably pick your jaw up off of the floor now.

Stamos revealed in his excerpt from Ali Adler's book, How to F--k a Woman, "A couple of women have wanted ‘selfies’ afterwards. One girl really wanted my shirt, like a souvenir." While I can't say that this is even an unheard of development because people have become desensitized to nearly everything at this point, I can sort of gauge that Stamos's mulleted counterpart may have a few things to say about this. After all, Uncle Jesse started the heartthrob legacy for Stamos and yes, he definitely got around. Well, before Aunt Becky came along, of course.

So here's what Jesse Katsopolis probably would have thought about women treating coitus with Stamos as a trip to Disney Land.

But it ain't like he hasn't had practice being risqué himself

Or, like he's shy about how he performs...

And, for an extra bit of insight, Page Six reports that Stamos also said this,

I’m fifty-one years old. I’ve had some experiences but it’s about listening, asking, talking … Maybe some girls are afraid of communicating. But I find most aren’t if you ask, "Does this feel good?" Or listen to her body like an instrument. I guess I do approach sex in a musical way. With me it’s more rhythm than melody with a woman … but it’s all listening. When music clicks you can feel it. You have to listen to other musicians. With women, you have to listen to their bodies.

This testimonial is actually a lot more romantic rather than strictly sexual, and Uncle Jesse is probably somewhere bowing his head in praise, trying not to rip his acid wash jeans. Because, first and foremost, besides oozing sex appeal, he was a stand up, well-rounded, musically inclined guy. Case in point, he really knew how to get to woman's heart, and all he had to do was sing:

Brian Beckwith on YouTube

I mean, really:

And, just for fun, while we're in the Jesse and the Rippers' spirit, here's this gem for the road:

Full House Forever on YouTube

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