Ever hit a guy — on request? Last week, Single Guy blogger wrote about his weakness for a good smack on the cheek. His fetish for pain had us curious to hear your stories of (solicited) slapping.
Mad admits she’s hit a guy or two in her time: “One guy was just cruising for it — he had stolen my new marshmallow flavored pink lip gloss then snuck up behind me and smooched me on the cheek with it, leaving a glob of sticky pink glittery sugary residue on my face. I was so mad I slapped him — so hard I felt his jaw crack. He guffawed and asked for another. I was more than happy to oblige! I think I slapped him three or four times that night.” Read more … Keep reading »
When Prince William graced the cover of this week’s Hello! with decidedly darker locks, some wondered if it was nothing more than a lighting or Photoshop effect. The photo was taken last month, shortly before the prince made a royal tour to Australia where a gust of wind showed off his light, thinning hair. Usually, we’d encourage a handsome man to embrace going bald, but when it comes to Prince William we’re digging the darker, thicker ‘do. What do you think? [via Daily Mail] Keep reading »
“I really hate vaginas. I’m allergic to vagina. But I can’t say I had no idea, because it was a 12-hour shoot, so you kind of get the picture that these women are going to stay naked after, like, five or six hours. But I wasn’t exactly prepared. I had no idea what to say to these girls. Thank God I was hungover.”
– Robert Pattinson, on his photo shoot in Details, which featured a lot of naked women. This quote does not do much to dispel those gay rumors, now does it? See a few more pics, after the jump … [Details] Keep reading »
Oh hey look, it’s my lover Channing Tatum on “Chelsea Lately” earlier this week. I like this interview because we actually get to hear
him talk about that penis burning accident he initially revealed in this month’s GQ
. I just like hearing Channing Tatum say “penis,” especially when referring to his own. It makes me feel closer to him. Anyhoo. Keep reading »
Traditionally, Valentine’s Day is treated as a woman’s holiday. This sexist interpretation is due to the whole love-is-for-the-ladies thing that has been a part of American culture for the last hundred years or so. The classic image of the holiday is a man showing up on a woman’s doorstep with flowers and candy, and nearly every Valentine’s Day product out there is marketed toward men on the assumption that they’re the ones doing the buying around the 14th.
At its heart, though, Valentine’s Day is meant for couples, and last time we checked there were two people in a couple (sometimes three, depending on the laws in your state). Men should really enjoy the holiday as much as women, but for whatever reason, they tend to turn against it. Maybe it’s the actual date that makes us so anti-Valentine’s Day.
Here’s a look at an ideal way to spend Valentine’s Day, from a man’s perspective. Keep reading »
The truth is: men don’t expect much on Valentine’s Day. We know that this is a holiday for women. Most of us accept this as a manly duty, like chopping wood or boxing grizzly bears. There is a quiet sort of pride in making your woman happy. Sure, many of us drag our feet, roll our eyes, and bitch like a junior chubbo with an empty bottle of chocolate syrup. But then we buy flowers, make a reservation, hold your hand, and you light up like New York City at night. Then it’s not so bad. The wine helps.
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