This slogan is more effective than even the ol’ right hand. Hand sanitizer really is the perfect addition to any masturbation station. But be careful you don’t get this squirt bottle confused with your lube! [CVXN] Keep reading »
Isabelle Caro, a French model who literally became the poster girl for anorexia, passed away last month at age 28. Her acting coach confirmed the model died on November 17, although Caro’s specific cause of death is unclear. Isabelle’s skeletal body appeared on Milanese billboards in 2007 under the words “No Anorexia” as a warning to the modeling industry about eating disorders (warning: the image is rather gruesome). She also talked with Jessica Simpson about her illness on the pop star’s reality show, “The Price of Beauty,” last year. Isabelle reportedly struggled with anorexia from age 13 and wanted to educate, even scare others, from falling down the same rabbit hole as she did. Her death is terrible news, but sadly unsurprising given the way anorexia ravaged her body. Rest in peace, Isabelle Caro. [People] Keep reading »
“I must, I must, I must increase my bust” is so
1985. And inserting silicone or saline implants in your chesticles is so
last decade. At the forefront of breast enhancement technology? The Top Charming Breast Simulator will vibrate and rub the ever-loving s**t out of your tits until they swell with delight. Charming? Charming! Keep reading »
Climbing into a warm bed covered in flannel sheets can be like heaven on earth on a cold, winter night. These nine sets of flannel sheets and bedding will keep you cozy and fabulous through the winter months.
Electronic neck massagers are the perfect way to end a long day of holiday shopping and gift wrapping, right? Uh, maybe not. A 37-year-old Florida woman, Michelle Ferrari-Gegerson, was found dead on her bedroom floor on Christmas Eve after her electronic massager wrapped around her necklace and strangled her to death. Authorities are not yet giving information about the make and model of the massager, but we should be expecting a recall any day now. I’m still not sure I understand how exactly that happened, but consider me terrified enough never to use an electronic neck massager ever again just in case it should decide to strangle me while I’m relaxing. Good lord, that’s an awful thought. [Palm Beach Post] Keep reading »