Switzerland is totally cutting edge when it comes to sex accouterments. A couple weeks ago, the country announced it would begin selling pregnancy tests in vending machines. Its latest sex-nological improvement will be the addition of drive-in sex boxes in Zurich’s red-light district. What exactly is a drive-in sex box, you ask? It’s like a parking spot surrounded by metal fences where Johns can park while being “serviced.” The idea is that it would give prostitutes more privacy to work in broad daylight and protect nearby residents from having to see anything lewd. It would be even cooler if they had movies playing in there, too. Just a suggestion. [Daily Mail] Keep reading »
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According to Jennifer Love Hewitt her 36C breasts are worth millions. “The Client List” star told US Weekly:
“I need, like, an insurance invitation. If somebody was like, ‘Hey, you know what? We would like to insure your boobs for $2.5 million dollars,’ I’d be like, ‘Do it. Love it! Why not?’”
But then she reconsidered the value of her favorite body parts and told USA Today, “These things right here are worth $5 million!”
Aim high, JLH! I have a feeling Hewitt’s phone is going to be ringing off the hook this week with offers.
She wouldn’t be the first celebrity to take out a policy on her most precious parts. Click onward for more celebs and the body parts they insured. [Huffington Post]
As if I wasn’t already obsessed enough with the new Arcade Fire album, The Suburbs, it just got better. You can visit this website to create a personalized, interactive music video for the song “We Used to Wait.” Just enter your own suburban childhood address and the magic of Google images will have you flying over your old street. I got kind of choked up when I saw San Rosendo Dr. and the cul-de-sac where I used to ride my bike, the place where my brother and I built forts, and even my swimming pool. It took me all the way to the window outside of my old bedroom! Hello, nostalgia, I love you. [Stereogum] Keep reading »
Uh oh! The cast, crew, and producers of “Jersey Shore” may be in trouble with the law. As many infamous guidos who came before them, they are being accused of racketeering. A woman identified as J.P. is suing Viacom, 495 Productions, and the “Jersey Shore” cast for an incident which occurred during the filming of Episode 108. You may remember it better as the episode where Ronnie knocked some dude unconscious. Keep reading »
After the jump, some more members of the celebrity vegan brigade who we think may need a good steak.
I will preface everything I am about to say with a request: please don’t make fun. OK, now that we got that out of the way, I am still obsessed with the little known but fantastically ridiculous ’80s film “Teen Witch.” As I was discussing the movie this weekend with my gay best friend—I find myself doing this fairly often—he told me something about the film that blew my mind. Find out what after the jump. Keep reading »