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Macho Urinal Game Makes A Splash In Japan

Three years ago the "Toylet" was just a pipe-dream for developers at Japanese video game maker Sega, but now the urinal video game has been rolled out at pubs across the nation. Users target their urine at a sensor inside the toilet which measures volume and speed, with software then matching that to progress i…

By: The Huffington Post / January 22, 2012

Woman Swallows Pen: Incredible Writing Utensil Still Works After 25 Years In Woman’s Stomach

Twenty-five years ago, a woman told her husband and general practitioner that she accidentally swallowed a felt-tip pen. They didn't believe her at the time, and now they're eating their words. In a bizarre medical story, doctors in Britain say that they removed an intact pen from a woman's stomach -- and it still writes, according to…

By: The Huffington Post / December 20, 2011

Who Wouldn’t Rather Be A Mistress Than A Wife?

I tried marriage and I don't understand the attraction. I hated it. It's such hard work. I had to organize the maids, the chef, assistants, chauffeurs, gardeners. All that staff. Exhausting. What really did it for me was when my husband told me he wanted children. Can you imagine? Ruining your figure for babies; those…

By: The Huffington Post / November 14, 2008

Who Are The Women Against Sarah Palin?

"Ms. Palin frightens me both for my country and for my grandchildren." -- Jane B., 73 In late August, Lyra Kilston, 31, and Quinn Latimer, 30, two not-very-political editors for Modern Painters magazine, found themselves suddenly immersed in the Presidential campaign. Enraged over the selection of Governor Sarah Palin as the Republican vice presidential nominee,…

By: The Huffington Post / November 3, 2008

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