“I thought these photos would be a fun way to spread Christmas cheer. I think the pictures turned out fun and sexy!”
–Courtney Stodden on her super sexy sensual E! Entertainment photo shoot. You can see the full photo spread here. Spoiler alert: there’s one of Court covered in fake snow. I guess this is what she meant when she said she wanted to do tasteful nudity. [ONTD]
You knew you should be examining them every month and plucking your nipple hair, but a new study found that squeezing your breasts regularly may prevent cancer. The study done at University of California at Berkeley concluded that compressing breast tissue may prevent malignant cells triggering cancer. “Here we show that physical force can play a role in the growth — and reversion — of cancer cells … Malignant cells have not completely forgotten how to be healthy; they just need the right cues to guide them back to a healthy growth pattern,” said Gautham Venugopalan, a leading member of the research team. Got that ladies? We need to squeeze our boobs to remind them to stay healthy. No problem, we’ve got that covered. And we’re sure the men in our lives will be happy to help.
This study made me curious about what other ways I might be unintentionally neglecting the well-being of my boobs. Click through to see what I discovered. [MSN]
I dare you to make a batch of these naughty gingerbread cookies and bring them to a holiday party. [WOW]
Long Island woman Christina Ianntielli is suing her former employer for harassing her with his “flabby” moobs and torso. The 24-year-old former Comptroller says the that 33-year-old President of Empire Digital, Scott Brodsky, would sniff her hair, strip off his shirt, jiggle his “flabby” bits and say, “Who would want to date this?” As if that weren’t repulsive enough (my boss once ate a hard-boiled egg in front of me and I felt harassed … I can’t imagine the chub scenario), Brodsky allegedly gave Ianntielli “gifts and raises” and demanded sex in exchange.
“If he’s trying to get me to have sex with him, he’s saying the most ridiculous things … How does he even think that would work?” Iannitelli said. (I’ve often asked myself the very same question, just, thankfully, not at work.) Keep reading »