I couldn’t think of a more perfect woman to star in an underwear commercial than Sports Illustrated model Bar Refaeli. But a recent ad she did for Hoodies, a men’s underwear line, was deemed too hot for daytime TV in her native Israel. The premise of the commercial is simple — well, not simple, exactly. Bar has sex with a mustached puppet who remarks that “It couldn’t get any better than this … or could it?” Enter his fantasy — two more Bar clones join him for a foursome, then a “Bar Wash,” a hot tub romp, a photo booth session and finally, a game of strip poker where the puppet loses his Hoodies boxer briefs. Keep reading »
It was only a matter of time before authorities found Kenneth Herold’s missing Rolex … in his masseuse’s vagina. Lady parts were not designed to be used as storage lockers, yet that hasn’t stopped countless women from stashing valuables in their front hole. Christina Lafave was one of those women. Keep reading »
“One thing I’ve noticed is now that I’m having less sex my body isn’t as toned. The more sex I have, the more defined my arms and stomach get…I always ask for a critique on my [sexual] performance. I always want to better myself in every way … I’ve had an orgasm in the air before. Alone. And together.”
Miranda Kerr, who appears mostly naked in the latest issue of GQ UK, doesn’t look like she’s lost much muscle tone since her split from Orlando Bloom, but she insists she has. Really, I’m more concerned with the idea of asking your sexual partners to critique your performance. So much room for error! And when she says she’s had an orgasm in the air, does she mean on an airplane or just, like, in mid-air? I’m sure there will be many volunteers to help Miranda get more sexercise the very moment the world becomes aware of her dry spell. [NYMag.com]
So, you want to get deep on the concept of casual sex? Look no further than Collective Love, a site that searches casual sex classifieds (like Craigslist’s “casual encounters”) in your area and applies a markov chain algorithm to generate text using the ideas and feelings expressed by the ad posters. What does that mean exactly?
According to the website, it’s an attempt to use “the relative anonymity of the internet” to bring forth “humanity’s hidden thoughts” and extract “the semi-conscious impulses from beneath the veil of cultural repression, liberating long lost desires, giving them oxygen and sunlight.” Keep reading »
Attention theatre nerds and “How I Met Your Mother” fans, alike. Gather ‘round, my children and see what happened on Thursday night’s episode of “Inside The Actor’s Studio.” In honor of the series finale of “HIMYM” and the Broadway revival of the legendary “Les Mis,” Jason Segel and Neil Patrick Harris performed an impromptu version of “The Confrontation” with Segel singing the part of Jean Valjean and NPH as Javert. Most impressive: they did it a cappella. They are true performers. I feel like this could happen for real. [People]