John Stamos: Selfies With Hollywood Hunk Include TMI Boudoir Scenes Light-Years Away From ‘Full House’ [Video]

When John Stamos is asked for selfies, the request doesn’t just come from Full House fans. Known as one of Hollywood’s hunkiest leading men, John got very, very candid about his romantic life for a new self-help book authored by Ali Adler, reported Page Six.

Adler, known as a TV writer for Glee and Family Guy, has written a book that focuses on intimate relationships, How To F*** A Woman. He sought help from the entertainment industry’s known expert, Stamos.

As a result, the self-help guide offers an inside look at what life is like inside the boudoirs of John’s leading ladies in a very personal way. Stamos admits that in addition to requesting selfies after they have been intimate, women want souvenirs.

“A couple of women have wanted ‘selfies’ afterwards. One girl really wanted my shirt, like a souvenir. I’m fifty-one years old. I’ve had some experiences but it’s about listening, asking, talking … Listen to her body like an instrument…When music clicks you can feel it. You have to listen to other musicians. With women, you have to listen to their bodies.”

But it’s not all peaches in champagne and perfume, adds John. He’s had his share of awkward moments, and for at least one, Stamos blames himself.

“I had an experience where a girl I was dating for a month, we finally got to the place where it was ‘the night.’ It was going to happen,” he recalls. “And I’m very self-conscious, I have to take, like, fifteen showers, make sure my breath is great.”

But at the most inopportune moment, he found something weird in the way.

“This was me going, ‘[Bleep], I really care about this person and I really want to continue this, but what the [bleep] is this.’ You know what it was? It was my gum that I’d been chewing from before because I wanted to make sure I had good breath.”

Outside of those romantic interludes, Stamos continues to be asked to reminisce about life on Full House, as the Inquisitr reported.

Fans of the popular family situation comedy just don’t want to let go of their hopes for a reunion special. And now new reports indicate that just might happen.

Because the series continues to do so well in reruns, when it comes to the all-important ratings, Warner Bros. TV is considering a new version of Full House, according to TV Guide.

Stamos, who played the wise and witty Uncle Jesse, is in favor of it, with extra incentive due to his partial ownership. Others who may be involved include the show’s creator, Candace Cameron Bure, and Bob Saget.

What do you think? Would you like to see Full House return with a new version of the popular show, featuring John Stamos? Post your comments below.

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