What happens when you offer oral sex in exchange for an order of McDonald’s Chicken McNuggets? I’m sure you’ve asked yourself this very question a number of times as you passed the golden arches, dreaming of eating an order of heavily processed chicken product, but not quite being able to scrape up the $3.41 for the luxury. We’ve all been there. But who among us has had the guts to find out?
Los Angeles woman, Khadijah Baseer, had the courage to find out. The 31-year-old stood outside her local Mickey D’s drive-thru and told a number of male customers that she would blow them if they bought her an order of Chicken McNuggets. Her venture did not go well. She never got any nuggets. All she got was a lousy misdemeanor solicitation charge. We admire her for trying. We dearly hope she was at least trading her services for a 20-piece nuggets. Otherwise she was severely devaluing herself. [Oddity Central]
First of all, we need to discuss: the French have Weight Watchers? Whatever happened to French Women Don’t Get Fat? Zut alors! Excuse me while I call Le Boyfriend toute suite to inform him of this stunning factoid, as his most beloved leisure time activity is to sneer at Americans licking Cheeto dust from between their fingers.
But of course, since France does have Weight Watchers, they will find a way to make it sexy. Super-sexy. Phallic-foods-enticingly-fed-into-glossed-and-lipsticked-mouths-super-sexy.
See images from the French Weight Watchers campaign after the jump:
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Southern Baptist pastor Ed Young and his wife of 29 years, Lisa, decided to camp out on the roof of his Texas church to “bring the bed back in church.” Yes, they want to spread the word about marriage and intimacy with their “24-hour bed-in,” which will include live webcam interviews and questions answered via Facebook and Twitter. Oh, and they also want promote their new book, Sexperiment: 7 Days to Lasting Intimacy With Your Spouse. Ed says that the “sexperiment” is not a publicity stunt, and was inspired by John Lennon and Yoko Ono, Jesus and his father, God, the inventor of sex. They want to spread the message that couples (married ones only) should have sex for seven days straight, God’s way, the right way, but only after reading the book. I think the question on everyone’s mind is are they actually going to do it up there? I mean, if you’re gonna talk the talk … [LA Times]
Vajazzling is so 2010. According to Completely Bare owner and “Real Housewives of New York City” cast member Cindy Barshop, it’s all about merkins this season. Her two new lines of luxury pubic wigs will be sold at Completely Bare waxing salons for outrageous prices. Yay! The first, called Foxy Bikini, is a combo wax job/pubic wig treatment wherein the woman is waxed bare and her original pubic hair is replaced with a wig made of fox fur that comes in various shades. Including pink! The other is the Carnivale Bikini, which is a vaginal headdress made of brightly colored feathers. “Feathers aren’t just for birds anymore … they’re also perfect for vaginas,” Cindy said. Um, I strongly disagree with this statement. I am not wearing fox fur or feathers down there. Et toi, ladies? [TMZ]
For 10 years, I struggled with my sexual orientation and what to call it. I searched for labels that seemed to fit me best — bisexual, lesbian, fluid, queer? I had been with my first girlfriend for over two years, but still didn’t identify as gay because I continued to be attracted to men.
When I started dating men again at the age of 26, I wasn’t really falling for any them. One night, while I was having sex with a new guy for the first time, I burst out into tears because I realized I was a lesbian.
It wasn’t the intercourse itself that made me come to this realization, it was that being with a man emotionally and physically didn’t feel right. I wasn’t emotionally capable of loving a man. I had feelings of lust, even romantic attraction to the guys I dated, but I never felt that magic spark that bring couples together. Keep reading »