Joanna Kozlowska is in the hospital after an incident involving her homemade sex toy, fashioned from a food mixer, and the bathtub. Don’t make me spell it out. Let this be a warning to you all: Do not operate sex toys in the bathroom, even if your husband/boyfriend/lover is not tending to your needs. [The Sun, U.K. via CandyKirby.com] Keep reading »
Three residents of the Isle of Lesbos (no thatâ€™s not a euphemism, they really live there) are suing the Greek Gay and Lesbian Union, Olke, over the use of the word â€œLesbian.â€ Although the plaintiffs claim theyâ€™re cool with the lifestyle, they want to stop the confusion and reclaim the name solely for people from the region. Theyâ€™re loud, theyâ€™re proud, and theyâ€™re used to calling themselves Lesbians. But the term actually comes from one of the most famous Lesbians, in both meanings of the word, Sappho, a writer in Ancient Greece who wrote love poems to other women. Despite the ridiculousness of the charges of â€œpsychological and moral rapeâ€ of their label, the case, supported by a member of a local pagan group and two other inhabitants, will be heard in a court in Athens sometime in June. [The Telegraph] Keep reading »
A manâ€™s hair says so much about him — especially if heâ€™s bold enough to be bald. But since every lady loves to run their hands through Greek god-like ringlets (right?), some men in New York set out to see if a perm would have the same power. The gentlemen were simply looking to spice up their look, but thatâ€™s quite a risky move considering the permâ€™s potential resemblance to the jheri-curl (see the video, after the jump). Still, Todd Lamb, an author and humorist from Brooklyn, convinced 15 of his friends to do up their ‘do and he compiled the results in a book called Yo, Check The Perm! Will this guy trend catch on? Perhaps you hope it doesnâ€™t, but after seeing the proof in these pages, the perm might be ready to rise again!
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Earlier we posted a poll about the hooker screwing and killing in Grand Theft Auto IV. I wasn’t entirely sure how I felt about this game, so I haven’t voted yet, and instead asked the guys on my IM why I shouldn’t be horribly offended by them having virtual sex for money with the woman to the left, and then blasting her in the head with a semi-automatic. Their compelling answers, after the jump. Keep reading »
Did you know that today is Couple Appreciation Day? We didn’t either, until, like, three hours ago. Keep reading »
Visiting the gynecologist isn’t supposed to be funny, but, for a few lucky ladies, a yearly checkup is better than an episode of The Office. Radar asked women around the country to share the most funniest experience they’d had at their gyno. You’ll probably laugh until you remember you have an appointment with yours next week.
“I got a ‘That’s weird’ once from a guy gyno. It was regarding an irregular period. It probably doesn’t need to be said that I would have preferred a more clinical opinion than that.” — Julie, 29, New York
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That hottie Cedric Diggory is going to be in another movie! Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire star Robert Pattinson stars in the hotly anticipated vampire movie, Twilight, based on a series of books by some goth writer. Apparently the story is about some teenage girl who risks everything when she falls in love with a vampire! Kind of like our Simcha and her tween crush on The Count. Keep reading »
Three out of four doctors agree that wearing blue (or purple) shoes will make you have a better day. [Trender Bender] Keep reading »
Lube is a many splendored thing. It can slide you out of a rut; it can warm you up when youâ€™re too drunk for foreplay; it can take you into places youâ€™ve never been. Just when you thought lube couldn’t get better, the chemists at KY have improved upon their formula with the new Yours+Mine. The lube, intended for heterosexual couples, has two tubes made especially for each gender. The manufacturers, Johnson & Johnson, claim that when their powers combine, forget sparks, the two will â€œigniteâ€ a new sensation. Hot! Plus the packaging glows in the dark, which isnâ€™t discreet unless youâ€™re at a Kanye West concert, but it will help when youâ€™re fumbling through your nightstand. [LA Times] Keep reading »