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An Imagined Conversation With This Model: Let’s Get Horny

Me: Hey, um…

Model: Yes?

Me: You have … uh … well…

Model: What is it? Keep reading »

Lady Gaga Just Looks Horny … These People Really Are

Lady Gaga may have shocked the world recently when she appeared in public with what looked like horns sticking out of her face and shoulders, but she’s actually just horning in on an existing — and, so far, very underground — trend.

Gaga recently appeared in Harper’s Bazaar magazine looking as if she had horns sticking out of her face. Although she said the so-called horns were her real bones, and she had merely been “waiting for the right time to reveal to the universe” who she truly is, some experts are skeptical.

New York plastic surgeon Dr. Barry M. Weintraub has analyzed pictures of the singer and believes her new protuberances are not surgically implanted. Read more… Keep reading »

7 Theories About Lady Gaga’s Horns

We’ve already established that Lady Gaga is a trendsetter. From meat to egg, she always leaves us wondering what she’ll think of next. Horns. Yep. Gaga’s favorite new accessory of choice is the horn. She debuted her facial horns on the cover for her new single “Born This Way” and has continued to sport them on her face and body during television appearances including Jay Leno and “Good Morning America.” Everyone’s talking about whether they’re real or not. She has declined to comment. I personally don’t really care whether they are implants or prosthetics, I just want to know WHY. There’s usually a method to Gaga’s madness, but she hasn’t revealed her master plan yet. After the jump, some theories about what’s up with Lady Gaga’s horns. Add yours in the comments. Keep reading »

Stay Away From Rhino Horns

If your supply of ground rhino horn has diminished, you might want to go without for a while. Two 19th century horns were stolen from a South African museum, and they could be headed to Asian, where rhino horn is a popular aphrodisiac. This is sad for the museum, but it’s even worse for the person who ingests the stolen rhino horns. The taxidermy mounts were prepared by being soaked in arsenic and applied with DDT. Whoever thought ground rhino horn would improve their sex life has another thing coming. [Reuters] Keep reading »

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