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Plates By The Slice

Be My Boyfriend: Pizza Guy
This guy ate 362 slices of pizza. We want to eat him. Read More »
Pizza Party Rap
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Genius Invention!
A pizza box that turns into paper plates. Read More »

As a New Yorker, I consider pizza one of the main staples of my diet. It helps that I can get a slice on almost every corner at any hour of the day. There’s even a pizzeria in spitting distance from my front door. They know me by name. It would only make sense for me to own slice-sized plates to eat my favorite food off of. This set of four triangular stoneware plazzas (that’s the word I just made up for them) will impress the guests at your next pizza party. You can ditch those paper plates, which the grease just soaks through anyway. Serving pizza just got classier. [$40, Uncommon Goods]

Caption This: Lovely Manly Lumps

Caption This: Hair Pyramid
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Caption This: Ladies' Night
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Caption This: Private Eyes
These private eyes are watching you. Read More »

I need someone to explain the parts protruding from this body. Is this a human male? Is this the result of excessive steroid use? I eagerly await your captions, Friskyverse. [WOW]

Just A Picture Of Paul Rudd Sucking On A Penis

Miley's Penis Cake
Miley Cyrus munched on a penis cake at her BF's birthday party. Read More »

Oh, hi there. Here’s a picture I found of Paul Rudd sucking on a penis. Just because … well, does there need to be a reason to suck a d**k? NO. See Paul and his penis in its full NSFW glory after the jump. Keep reading »

The 6 Types Of Attraction

How To Be Romantic...
...without being creepy! Read More »
Asexual?
Don't worry, there's an online dating site for you too! Read More »
First Celebrity Crush
Mine was Benny from "The Sandlot." Who was yours? Read More »
Bisexual Dating
What it's like to date as a bisexual woman. Read More »

Seriously, I wish someone would have taught me about the six types of attraction way earlier in my life. Like when I was nine. So I would have known the difference between my Squishes and my Crushes. It would have saved me so much trouble. I think I am going to start referring to all my friends Squishes. [Transgender Student Life]

[Editor’s Note: These drawings were originally found through Tumblr. We tracked down what we think is the original source. We’ve reuploaded the image without the watermark.]

5 Marriage Tips From Grandma And Grandpa

I'm Getting Married!
Read Andrea's last column before her big day. Read More »
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Finally, some relationship advice that’s actually useful. Selma and Kenny, who have been married for 72 years (holy crap!), offered up five tips (actually six — but who’s keeping track) for their grandson Brian and his new wife Sue on their wedding day. Be good to each other, keep your fridge stocked so you won’t be “hungry or starved,” save your money, keep your house clean, travel (so you can take a picture of your husband flirting with a topless woman) and don’t argue (unless it’s about not arguing). My God, I love these two — especially when they talk in unison. I need them to make more advice videos. [Telegraph UK]

To Keep People From Unfriending You On Facebook, Don’t Be A Douche

FB Friend Dealbreakers
These Facebook infractions will get you unfriended. Read More »
Facebook Stalker?
5 signs that you're a Facebook stalker. Read More »
Facebook ruins self-esteem
A new study confirms it. Read More »

Last week, we shared some of our biggest Facebook friend dealbreakers. You know, like Thou Shalt Not Post Status Updates About Your Child’s Poop. Stuff like that. This week, there’s a study about how to keep people from unfriending you (in case you haven’t been able to figure it out on your own). A survey conducted at Arizona State University and published in the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships found that to keep your Facebook friendships intact you should respond to messages, avoid disrespecting people and don’t post photos that are going to embarrass or offend. More specifically: Wish your FB friends a happy birthday, don’t stalk, don’t post your highly personal emo poetry and take it easy on the inside jokes. These “rules” vary slightly by  age group and may shift depending on how close you are to a Facebook friend in real life. But generally speaking, these unspoken rules all fall under the umbrella of “Don’t be a douche.” Any further questions? [Live Science]

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