Chad Kroeger has announced that he's reined in his libido for Avril Lavigne - by allowing her to confiscate his 'Rolodex'.
Yes, not even falling back on the dated 'little black book' phrase, Kroeger apparently stores his old hook-ups in a Rolodex - that weird piece of office stationery from the 90s.
Speaking to Men's Health magazine, Kroeger said, "I don't think my libido has changed. I just think that my Rolodex has been confiscated. And I'm OK with that."
Kroeger went on to reveal that not even his fiancee listens to Nickelback - and claims this is a relief, as he doesn't want her hearing his 'racy' lyrics.
He added, "If a naughty Nickelback song came on, my fiancee would probably ask who it was. She'd be like, 'Who's this? This is good. I like it.'
"I'm terrified that some day she's going to listen to some of the things I've written, and I'm going to have some explaining to do.
"There's going to be a whole question-and-answer period following that one."
Let's not forget that this is the same man who once famously described himself as a "walking penis" to Playboy magazine.
Chad Kroeger: self admitted 'walking penis'.
"We've always been very close to our crew, so we've had a lot of fun getting them to do silly, stupid things that could possibly cause them to hurt or injure themselves in some way," he said in the interview. "We were in Germany years ago - this was one of my favourite stories - and we were just bored. There was a heat wave going on in Germany.
"In a back room in the venue where we were playing, there was an old fan with a metal blade... And we paid the drum tech about 600 deustchmarks [to] stick his Johnson in the fan."
Chad added, "He took the money… I can still hear the 'bleh-bleh-blehhhhhhh' of the blade slowly spluttering to a stop, and this blood-curdling scream. It was fantastic.
"Somebody had video footage of this somewhere that needs to be resurrected and shown at the guy's next birthday party."
Check out a fan-made lyric video to one of Nickelback's 'naughty' songs below:
Sex machines of music - who couldn't keep it in their pants?