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A new study done by the online dating site OKCupid found that women who have iPhones are getting laid way more than Blackberry or Android users. Even male users. On average, of the almost 10,000 people surveyed, the iPhone-toting ladies have an average of 12.3 sexual partners by age 30 while ladies using Blackberries have about 8.1 and Android gals have about 6.1. The male sex partner stats are respectively 10, 8.1, and 6. Wait, how is it that the ladies are getting laid more than the dudes? And even more importantly, when is AT&T going to end the monopoly so that we people, ahem, with other wireless services can get an iPhone and start scoring? [Fast Company] Keep reading »
Is anyone else disturbed by the extremely odd shape of Tori Spelling’s cleavage? The more I look at her mountains and valley, the more it looks like the Batman symbol. I vote for her to put those babies back in the cave. After the jump, some more crazy celebrity cleavage and what it reminds us of.
“She is going to be 18 on 15 August. Thank God, because then this whole palaver will be done. She lives in a mansion by herself. A 17-year-old getting $40,000 a month is outrageous to me—that’s on top of them paying for the mansion. She lives with her nanny, and Grandma Wendy and Kim [Kurt Cobain’s mother and sister] live two doors down, but there’s no drug testing going on. It’s a lot of money for a normal person. It’s enough money to kill her, if she is doing drugs, enough money to be gone by the time she’s 22.”
It never ceases to amaze me what great lengths human beings will go to when trying to get a person up to their place for a possible post-date makeout session. The logical thing would be to say something straightforward like, “Let’s go back to my place and rock each other’s worlds for hours and hours.” Instead we come up with these far-fetched and implausible excuses like, “Hey, wanna look at my plants?” I know … not my finest moment. But he said yes. Of course. After the jump, some of the most ridiculous “come up to my place” excuses we’ve ever heard … or told. Please share yours in the comments. Keep reading »