John Stamos has to fend off selfies after sex

Mar 20, 2015 at 11:06 p.m. ET
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Have mercy!

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Be honest: If you were with John Stamos, you'd want to take a selfie, right? Who wouldn't? You're with the iconic Uncle Jesse from Full House! Get that ish on social media, stat!

Apparently, that need to document being in the presence of a star is more problematic for Stamos than we ever could have guessed — in Ali Adler's new book, How to F*** a Woman, Stamos talks about how some women "have wanted selfies" after sex.

And that's not all they want. Some even try to snag a souvenir before leaving, Stamos said.

"One girl really wanted my shirt," he dished. "Like a souvenir."

Those aren't the only sexy secrets Stamos is sharing these days. He also opened up all about how he makes the magic happen in the bedroom.

"I'm 51 years old," he said. "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."

And that's not all. It turns out Stamos is, shall we say, attentive to his partners.

"When music clicks you can feel it," he added. "You have to listen to other musicians. With women, you have to listen to their bodies. I'd rather have a woman have 10 orgasms than me have 10 orgasms."

According to Us Weekly, Stamos hasn't been publicly linked to anyone since his split with ex-wife Rebecca Romijn in 2005. That hasn't stopped him from dating, though it sounds like he could stand to work on those communication skills outside of the bedroom — he went on a dinner date with Amy Poehler last year, but she had no idea it was a date.

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"I asked her out on a date and we had a really nice time," Stamos explained. "Then I hear she thought it wasn't a date. It was a date in my eyes."