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Jon Hamm’s 8 Most Ballsy Moments

God bless Jon Hamm and his floppy, free-spirited junk. That man’s cock and balls are all over the place and he just doesn’t seem to mind at all. Not that we’re complaining. We enjoy gawking, trying to understand what’s going on his pants.

But apparently the execs at AMC don’t share in our joy of Jon’s junk. A confidential source said that Hamm was instructed to bridle his balls for this season of “Mad Men.”  Keep reading »

9 Celebrity Men Adjusting Their Junk

When Rihanna touches herself onstage, everyone thinks it’s so sexy. But celebrity guys don’t get the same love when caught with their paws on their packages. These pics of Mark Wahlberg getting up in there surfaced today. Hey, sometimes we all need to rearrange things in the crotch area. I don’t mind watching Marky Marky touch himself, do you? Click through to spy on some more celebrity men adjusting their junk. [Buzzfeeed]

Your Daily Junk-Touching Career Opportunities

Were you looking for a new career? Perhaps one that allows you to touch random stranger’s junk? We thought so. Allow us to present you with this helpful Venn diagram of possible junk-touching career options. Enjoy! [F**k Yeah Venn Diagrams] Keep reading »

The Clothes You Never Wear Are Hurting Your Relationship

Confession: I am a collector of things. I have a hard time parting with random people’s business cards, clothes I haven’t worn in years, and even pens. A new survey by classifieds website Kijiji.com found that 81 percent of couples view unused items lying around the house as a source of tension in their relationships. In the survey, 27 percent of men and 17 percent of women say their partner’s clothes and fashion items cause the greatest conflict. I suppose this is as good a reason as any to clean out the ole closet. Keep reading »

Why We Keep Things

In a study by Stanford researchers, when people were given the choice between an iPod and $100, most chose the money. But when they were given an iPod and asked whether they’d like to trade it for $100, they were more likely to keep the iPod. Clearly, the amount of money the iPod is worth wasn’t an issue, nor was how much the subjects liked the iPod, and researcher Brian Knutson calls this the endowment effect. Basically, when something is yours, you want to protect and keep it, even if you don’t really like it. This explains why I have a junk drawer of things I don’t really want or need — I haven’t evolved enough to stop hoarding. [LiveScience] Keep reading »

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