We’re approaching winter. So while it might not exactly be picnic season, we’re beginning to think there’s no reason to stop outdoor dining, especially after seeing the squeal-worthy goods from Boxal. The eco-friendly packaging company creates cheeky cardboard picnic boxes, each complete with biodegradable utensils and plates, plus recycled napkins. These aren’t any old cardboard boxes, mind you. The Urban Picnic set sports an illustration of a boom box, while the Office Escape mimics a briefcase. Even if you’re not going to eat outside … how cute would it be to show up at your girlfriend/boyfriend’s place with a prepared meal and a classy box to pack it all up in?
I just read a depressing thing. According to a poll by Wet intimacy products, 80 percent of women say they would not have sex with one of the male cast members of “Jersey Shore.” To this I say—only 80 percent? What the eff is wrong with the other 20 percent of women who took this survey? I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. Best case scenario, you get called a grenade, hyena, or slut by a total jerkface on national TV and then they play catch with your chicken cutlet or call you a cab two minutes after they pull out. Worst case scenario, you get an incurable STD or knocked up with one of these loser’s spawn. Do. Not. Do. It. Keep reading »
Here is the video for Virgin Atlantic’s new global campaign and I have three things to say: 1) I am terrified of flying
; 2) I have never done drugs; 3) but I imagine tripping looks something like this, which is just about the worst thing I could imagine while flying. Giant dancing forks, a flight attendant whose chest magically opens up and gives birth to another flight attendant, and drowning in a martini glass aren’t quite my cup of tea. [YouTube
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“Does desire melt away with age? I’m waiting for that day to come. Sexual desire is like aging—a lot of it is up here … I don’t have a fella but if [my husband] Allen [Ludden] — or Robert Redford — were around, we’d have a very active sex life … I married my first husband because we wanted to sleep together. It lasted six months and we were in bed for six months.”
—Betty White may be 88 years old, but she tells AARP magazine that she still thinks about sex as often as a teenage boy [People] Keep reading »