We shared the contents of our dirty little minds on Tuesday, inspired by the hilarious new movie “The To Do List,” starring the fantastic Aubrey Plaza, so now it’s time for you to let us know what’s on your list. Is it a new place, a new position, or just finally following through with that person you’ve had your eye on since winter? Whatever it may be, cast your vote in our poll and sound off in the comments about what you’ll be putting on your sexual to-do list this summer!
What's On Your To-Do List?
- New People: The local bartender, yoga instructor, hot person you meet on the morning commute, a casual encounter on Craigslist. Time to broaden those horizons, because anyone's fair game! (52%, 243 Votes)
- New Positions Or Kinks: Role playing, the Kama Sutra, light bondage, in front of a mirror, spanking -- I want to try it all (48%, 222 Votes)
- New Places: Behind a waterfall, on the beach, in the woods while camping, under the stars in your backyard, on the hood of a car -- anywhere with a flat surface works. (0%, 169 Votes)
Total Voters: 464
Here are my first memories of my sisters.
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Welcome to a new semi-regular feature on The Frisky in which we comb through all the new releases in books and music, and present you with our top picks. We’re calling it “Like This, Love That” — think of it as a human “Amazon Recommends,” or that friend of yours who’s always on top of the newest and the latest. Check out our picks for this week — including a novel about the modern day single dude and the latest dance party from the Pet Shop Boys — after the jump! Keep reading »
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Today in Precious Creature news, please join me in watching this riveting video of a terrified Chow-Chow trapped on a window ledge in Brooklyn. I’m not sure what this little dude was doing. Perhaps he was hungry? Maybe he wanted an Italian Ice. Most likely, he was hot under all that fur, smelled some barbecue wafting from a local block party, heard the stereo bumpin’ The Gap Band and wanted to join in. Whatever the deal is, glad you made it out, little guy. [Gothamist]
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Gillian Jacobs is a truly awesome human being. When she’s not therapizing her cohorts as Britta on “Community” or killin’ it on the local comedy scene in Los Angeles, she’s taking time to answer a few of our random questions about everything from celebrity crushes to personal theme songs and more. I’ve always thought Gillian was great, but her diplomatic answer to my Blue Ivy versus North West showdown sealed the deal. Check out the full interview with her after the jump!
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The Toast is a long email chain about force-ranking the Mitford sisters. The Toast prefers free weights to circuit machines but also enjoys a good sit. The Toast doesn’t care how much you or Marilyn Monroe weigh. The Toast is happy, then dignified. The Toast is not haunted, but would welcome a visit from ghosts.
Amazing. Start here with this piece about dreams by Jen Doll, move on to this conversation about Wendy Davis and her sneakers, then read the whole thing in its entirety. [The Toast]