In the latest episode of “Therapy For Your Pocketbook,”
Diane, an entrepreneur, splurges a bit on her new business, but — $200 for a cappuccino maker?! Finance Expert Manisha Thakor
suggests a formula when buying: break down your yearly income into an hourly wage to determine how much “time” each purchase will cost you. Suddenly that cappuccino maker isn’t looking so hot. [Therapy For Your Pocketbook
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The crack team of dudes over at Asylum wanted to know how they can tell if a porn star is really having an orgasm or just faking it. So, they decided to investigate.
“The female orgasm is an elusive creature. Sometimes you’re able to see it and identify it clearly. Other times, it’s seemingly an apparition — like the Loch Ness Monster or Bigfoot of female bodily functions.
We tapped porn stars Kayden Kross, Katsuni, Jesse Jane, Joanna Angel, Riley Steele, Asa Akira, and Sophie Dee to learn how professionals pull off this climactic trickery.”
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Over at Asylum, the dudes are waxing on a topic we’ve covered quite a bit here at The Frisky — whether or not you should stay Facebook friends with an ex. So what’s the dude perspective? They’ve come up with 10 reasons why you should keep the lines of communication open, at least on the social networking site:
When your girlfriend gives you the dreaded “Let’s just be friends”-speech, don’t overreact. Many guys, in a fit of anger, would proceed to burn every other bridge linking he and his newly minted ex, including deleting her from his list of friends on Facebook. This course of action is a mistake. Put on your “Bruce Willis”-face and remember these 10 reasons for keeping up cyber-appearances. Whether or not you take these directives seriously is, of course, entirely up to you.
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Dude site Asylum asked readers for stories of the tattoos they majorly regret and got this gem from Jessica:
I got my first tattoo when I was 16. I decided I wanted to get my boyfriend’s name on my chest, so it would always be close to my heart. I went to the first tattoo shop that was open. The woman who did it asked me to take a look at the stencil she put on me to see if I liked it. Upside-down, I thought it looked good. The actual inkjob felt like she was cutting me instead of tattooing me. I didn’t know what it was supposed to feel like, so I thought I was just being a crybaby. After I got it done, I went home and looked in the mirror. To my surprise …
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In the latest episode of Therapy For Your Pocketbook
, Connie confesses she’s been keeping her purchases in the closet and under the bed — anywhere her live-in boyfriend won’t find them. Finance Expert Manisha Thakor
says it’s OK to have fun with the money you’ve earned, but when spending gets out of control it affects you and your partner. Show you’re responsible by setting up an account specifically for “Want” purchases. [Therapy For Your Pocketbook
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In the latest episode of Therapy For Your Pocketbook, Susie worries about who will take care of her parents — and pup — if something happens to her. Finance expert Manisha Thakor
says buying life insurance in your 20s is a common mistake. The purpose of life insurance is not to take care of your parents, but your dependents. If you don’t have dependents, skip it. [Therapy For Your Pocketbook
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