Ever think to yourself, "Gee, you know what would be great? Never having sex again!"
Of course you don't. And that's precisely why you should watch the video above, in which comedian Nathan Timmel outlines exactly what husbands should never say to their wives if they want to get laid.
Husbands, you've been warned.
Here are some other comedians who used their relationship fails for comedy:
After just over a year of marriage, Russell Brand filed to divorce Katy Perry in December 2011. In his opening monologue as host of the 2012 MTV Movie Awards, Brand made light of the split: "Last time I did an MTV show I ended up marrying someone," he said, referring to his meeting ex-wife Perry at an MTV Video Music Awards rehearsal in 2009. "Tonight I'm going to keep my eyes peeled for my next wife."
George Lopez's wife, Ann Serrano, filed for divorce in November 2010 after 7 years of marriage. Several months later, on his since-cancelled talk show "Lopez Tonight," the comedian joked about his split with guest Camille Grammer: "Let's go through a couple of things that are happening. Let's see. You have a new cable show, you're getting divorced, and there's no pre-nup...Wait a minute...that's me."
"New Girl" actress Zooey Deschanel filed for divorce from Death Cab For Cutie frontman Ben Gibbard in December 2011. A couple of months later, as host of the Writers Guild of America awards, Deschanel made light of her newly single status. "Welcome to Nerd Prom," she said. "Male writers, you are so hot with your minds and plaid shirts. Hit on me."
"Cougar Town" leading lady Courteney Cox announced her split from husband David Arquette in October 2010. Both parties filed for divorce in June 2012. When TMZ cameras approached Cox about Arquette's decision to file divorce docs, she sarcastically responded, "He diiiiid? Oh my god, I didn't know."
Twice-divorced late-night host Craig Ferguson's first marriage to Anne Hogarth ended in 1986, and his second -- to Sascha Corwin, whom he wed in in 1998 -- ended in 2004. In his 2009 book American on Purpose: The Improbable Adventures of an Unlikely Patriot, Ferguson took a humorous jab at divorce lawyers: "Divorce lawyers stoke anger and fear in their clients, knowing that as long as the conflicts remain unresolved the revenue stream will keep flowing. I like to believe there is an extra warm corner of hell for these f***ers who traffic in emotional misery."