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Oh Beyonce, you’ve put me in a bad position this time. I defended you when you took over multiple rooms while giving birth to Blue Ivy; I defended the lip-synching at the Inauguration, but the faux nipples … faux nipples, B? I don’t believe I’ve even heard the phrase before, “faux nipples,” let alone had to type them, or think about whether they are right or wrong.
This week’s release of Star Trek Into Darkness has nerds everywhere sweating through their completely un-ironic Captain Kirk t-shirts. But what’s getting their tighty-whities in a twist is the film’s take on Spock as a Vulcan love machine, locking lips with his Starfleet girlfriend, Uhuru. No matter how much chemistry there is between actors Zachary Quinto and Zoe Saldana, one thing I do not want to see is a Spock sex scene (even if it reveals an erotic use for the Vulcan nerve pinch). In an effort to spare our eyeballs from similar horrors, here’s a list of other pop
Viagra is now available online, Pfizer has announced. The move was done in part to boost sales and in part to "rein in the distribution of fake ED products." (You still need a prescription, so there's no need to worry about your 14-year-old walking around with an unusually prolonged erection.) The upside? More convenience. The downside? No more knowing exchange of glances between you and your dude behind the CVS pharmacy counter. [Philly.com]
The ever-dependable adultery clearinghouse Ashley Madison has revealed the top 1o Philadelphia restaurants where cheaters go to eat with their paramours. The firm says it polled 3,000 cheaters from Philadelphia, and the results are in. Caveat: Trusting information from a company whose sole purpose is to facilitate deceitful behavior may be perilous.1. Barclay Prime2. Morton’s3. Amis4. Mixto5. Tria6. Capital Grille7. La Fontana Della Citta8. Matyson9. Longhorn Steakhouse10. Ruby Tuesday"Steak houses are always a popular affair destination," Ashley Madison CEO Noel Biderman said in a press release. "They're dimly lit and can be more easily excused as a business meeting in
And so he announced his return to Twitter like Anthony Weiner would, with cryptic text messages that don't seem like he meant to send them:That is to say: You can now follow him @anthonyweiner instead, thank you. For more on Weiner, see my recent piece on why the former Congressman's sexual misadventures in fact make him a very promising NYC mayoral candidate.
@anthonyweiner— Anthony Weiner (@repweiner) April 22, 2013
Wednesday, the New York Times Magazine did a favor to the headline writers guild, breaking the news that former Congressman Anthony Weiner is seriously considering a run for mayor of New York City. (The Post Thursday morning: “Weiner’s Second Coming.”) A week earlier, the similarly disgraced Mark Sanford won a Republican Congressional runoff in South Carolina, all but cementing his return to public office. The sudden viability of both candidates would appear somewhat surprising. They are, as the tabloids might put it, damaged goods. Sanford, the former governor of South Carolina, resigned in 2009 after copping to an affair with an Argentinean woman. Weiner followed suit in 2011, after he was caught sending naughty selfies to complete strangers, while his wife was pregnant.
Science has proven that women are more attracted to men with bigger penises! I don’t know if I want to say “Go Science!” or “Du-uhrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.”Male Homo sapiens have an almost disproportionately large penis when compared to other large mamamals. (An adult guerilla’s penis averages 1.5 inches long.) Apparently, it is far larger than it needs to be for its function, but may have become that way due to evolution: Many generations of prehistoric women choosing well-endowed men.
Anthony Weiner, the greatest dick-pic twitterer Congress has ever known, is probably running for Mayor of NYC. A. Because he was a frontrunner in '09, after all; B. Because he's bored and ambitious; C. Because he's got a few million bucks in campaign funds that will expire if he doesn't use them this year. In a long piece that will appear in the New York Times Magazine this weekend--Weiner's first real public offering of himself since the 2011 scandal--the former Congressman has announced he's seriously considering a run, and has spent $100,000 already gauging his chances. Whether he does or not