Turns out, asking “Did it hurt when you fell from heaven?” is not a good way to pick up dates. Who would’ve thought?
Everybody’s all about the sex science these days and, while there’s been a ton of surveys and reports in the news recently, here we’ve got an anti-sex report claiming that the science in all those self-help dating manuals is “bunkum.” Dr. Petra Boynton, a psychologist at University College London, declared at the British Science Festival that there is no scientific evidence to back up what most dating manuals have to say—and that cheesy pick-up lines and contrived dating tactics actually don’t work.
The good doctor suggests that instead of intimating that someone’s pants would look great on your bedroom floor—just introduce yourself. As Dr. Boynton said, “All the while, most people are just waiting for somebody to say, ‘Hello.’ ” Brilliant!
In St. Louis, Mo., 200 gay and lesbian activists are headed for the crowd at Busch for an “Out at the Ballpark Kiss-In.” The event, organized by the group St. Louis Pride, promises to fill the stands with LGBT lip locks in protest of the heterosexual bent of the Stadium’s Kiss Cam. The Kiss Cam projects audience members on the giant video scoreboard during their tonsil hockey, and gay activists assert that LGBT couples deserve equal time up there, too. Score!
Kim Kardashian has finally “blown up” at the release of the Kinky Kim: Filthy Love Doll. Her lawyer sent a cease and desist letter to Pipedream Products, Inc. over the sex doll that’s advertised to be “busty bubble-butt bimbo who's had more dark meat inside her than a bucket of fried chicken.” But the manufacturers are sticking to their inappropriate guns, claiming that, “The similarity between the Kinky Kim doll and Ms. Kardashian is purely coincidental.” And we know what that means—Lawsuit!
Two saucy mini-films for Armani jeans have pulses pounding over putting clothes on, rather than taking them off. The commercials feature a scantily-clad Megan Fox and bare-chested Cristiano Ronaldo as they are ogled by upscale hotel staff. Though they are blatant ads for the luxury denim designer, the two shorts are certainly worth taking a gander at. Yum!