Martha Stewart Shares Sex Tips, Skeptical of Oscar Selfie

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After inviting Reddit users to ask her "almost anything" on Thursday, the mogul also talked about her friendship with Snoop Dogg, movies and TV shows.

Martha Stewart took part in Reddit's popular "Ask Me Anything" feature on Thursday. Even though she told users they could ask her "almost anything," the domestic diva was willing to entertain a variety of questions, from inquiries about sex to ones about movies and TV shows.

When asked if she had any "good sex tips," Stewart offered, "Always take a bath before and after." When another commenter suggested doing it during a bath, Stewart replied, "That's good, too, and don't forget to brush your teeth."

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Many of the other questions were about Stewart's favorite pop culture pastimes. She shared that her favorite movie from the last year was The Wolf of Wall Street and her favorite musician is Pharrell Williams, that she liked the James Bond films starring Sean Connery as well as Daniel Craig's first outing as 007 and revealed that she's a House of Cards fan, saying that binge-watching an entire season of the Netflix drama would be how she would spend a free day.

She also weighed in on parodies of herself. After noting that "none … are very accurate or flattering," she did say she found her episode of South Park "cute" and that she thought Ana Gasteyer "did a good job" with her Saturday Night Live impersonation.

When Stewart was asked about her friendship with Snoop Dogg, she said: "I wish I were closer friends with Snoop Dogg."

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She also shared some skepticism about Sunday's star-studded selfie at the Oscars.

Following a question about which phone the tech-savvy mogul uses and what her favorite apps are, Stewart asked Reddit users, "Do you really believe Ellen DeGeneres took that selfie with her Samsung? Seemed like a lot of people in one little picture from such a short distance!"

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