Turn to page 45.
Post the contents (and comment on their relation to your sex life in 2012, if you wish).
I actually changed out the meme a little, as it's interesting but I'm not interested in speculating on my sex life. Instead, I will present trivia.
In case anybody wonders, the word "frustri" in Esperanto means "to frustrate" (in a psychological sense). That was on page 45 of the nearest book, which is my English-Esperanto dictionary. However, that's not a sentence, so let's try again.
HUO QUBING: Mu Shu, don't talk such nonsense!
-from Mulan: Five Versions of a Chinese Legend, With Related Texts, by Shiamin Kwa and Wilt L Idema, Hackett Publishing Company, 2010.
"Mu Shu", incidentally, is Mulan (and to be exact, she takes the name "Mu Shu" and not "Fa Ping" in this version); this is from "Mu Lan Joins the Army", a 1903 Peking Opera script and one of the many, many ways the legend of Mulan has been reimaged over the centuries.