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'The Married Kama Sutra' Is A Comedically Unsexy Look At Real Relationships

Sometimes when married couples feel they're lacking spice, they will turn to the Kama Sutra- an ancient Indian erotic and emotional guide to fulfillment in relationships. Most people are familiar with the newer illustrated (or sculptural) versions of the text, featuring graphic and seemingly impossible sexual positions meant to be tried by adventurous couples. But not every marriage is ready for some Sting-style tantric sex. Some married couples are more interested in stuff like "sleep" and "quiet."

That's where Simon Rich & Farley Katz of The New Yorker come in. The creative duo claims to have "unearthed" a sacred Kama Sutra text that's dedicated to married life. And it's both hilariously and sadly accurate. The illustrations, by Katz, transport the classic Kama Sutra illustration style with modern marriage plights and speed bumps. The results will resonate with most of your legally partnered pals. If you want to see more, you can pick up the book on Amazon.

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9 Brutally Honest Cocktail Recipes To Get You Into Weekend Mode

We've been following Chaz Hutton on Instagram for his insanely funny Post-It graphs, so we were delighted to find his work featured in The New Yorker last month. These handy satirical drink recipes are geared at millennials, but martinis will get a person super drunk regardless of generation. Drink responsibly.

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This Nine-Year-Old Is Kicking A** In The New Yorker's Caption-Writing Contest

Sometimes kids can really surprise us adults with their witty intellect! Every week The New Yorker holds a contest to see who can come up with the wittiest caption for a specified cartoon. Unfortunately, you have to be at least 13 years old to enter or vote on the submitted captions, but this nine-year-old has written some unofficial captions that we think would crush the competition. 

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"The New Yorker" pays tribute to the legend of Mitt Romney driving to Canada with Rick Santorum Seamus the family dog strapped to the roof.