It appears the that the bar has either been raised, or lowered depending on your opinion, in terms of airing divorce grievances. A woman, who is about to engage in a high-profile divorce, used YouTube as a platform for get wicked on her husband. Will things ever be the same?
The head of Formula One racing was recently caught with his pants down. With Nazi-clad hookers. And being paddled. Evidently, this is big with upper class British men. Also, in Indonesia, masseuses are being required to lock their pants.
A man from New Jersey reprogrammed his girlfriend's favorite game to propose to her. She said yes. And the game's manufacturer was so impressed that they're helping with the wedding. Not a bad job of a stunt proposal.
A tape of Marilyn Monroe recently surfaced and was sold for $1.5 million. Evidently, this tape has been urban legend for some time. Supposedly, Joe DiMaggio wanted to buy it. No word on whether or not Arthur Miller was somehow involved.
Do remember when PSAs ruled the airwaves? You were trying to watch an episode of MacGyver and someone wanted to let you know about the dangers of lead paint? Or back when everything had a moral? Well, we stumbled on an old PSA letting us know that everyone can get STDs. Good to know.
According to Madonna, her husband's last diet knocked the wind out of their sex drives. He's on the new cookie diet and that pretty much will be the end of that. It was a good ride. But is a wife supposed to rat out her husband's low sex drive? Or that he's on a diet?
The second season of Rock Of Love is over and Bret Michaels has a new lady, for now. Is this the one? Or will there be the need for a third season?
A men's magazine called Zoo is offering Australian men a way out. The most deserving man can get a free divorce and and introduction to some single women that are ready to mingle. Sounds like a pretty good deal.
The sport of wife-carrying is, believe it or not, gaining in popularity. The Australian championship took place over the weekend and it was a doozy. The 2nd place couple is now on to represent Australia in the world finals. Is it a good way to bring couples closer together or just a good way to get someone hurt?
The Hills' Spencer Pratt has a new gig. He's dishing out love advice at the pop culture brand Radar. This time around he tells a lady if it's OK or not to make her new boyfriend wait for sex.