The New York Post's "Page Six" column reports: Former MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer Tommy Lee says being an oversexed rock star isn't so fantastic. The randy rocker, who's bedded Pamela Anderson, Carmen Electra, Jenna Jameson and countless other beauties, is a bit jaded about all the threesomes he's had. "I have been with two chicks many, many times and it isn't all it's cracked up to be," Lee writes in his tell-all, "Tommyland" (cover), out from Atria Books next month. "There are only so many things you can all do together and there are a few lovely things you can do to both of them at the same time and them to you. But when it comes time for [bleeping], unless there's something out there that I don't know about, you've only got one [sex organ] ... so there's always someone waiting." Lee's solution? "The thing to do is have foursomes," he writes. "Three chicks and just you ... If you have three chicks as into one another as they are into you, you can [have sex with] one and watch the other two go at it, which adds to the overall horniness ... [I] may increase the number of girls, but [I'll] never be with fewer than three."
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