Go ahead —knock him out!
Contrary to popular belief, here's what I think.
As the saying goes: Keep your friends close, and your enemies closer...but we're willing to bet that Joy McCall's BFF wishes she would have put some extra distance between her and her supposed friend — who had been sleeping with her 12-year-old son behind her back. Yikes!
Amanda, an Amazon model, gets paid to satisfy small guys' fetish.
We all have those strange little things we're attracted to that can turn our heads faster than Ryan Gosling walking into the bar. Maybe it's the way a guy laughs, how he stands with his hands in his pockets, or, um, his arm hair. Whatever. The point is it's strange and it's random but you're totally into it. (And guys definitely have their fair share of weird turns on.) So we invited 15 women into the zero-judgment zone to spill the most arbitrary things that turn them on. Let's get weird, ladies.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but the photos I found the other night left me speechless (and rather sick to my stomach).
You do a million little things every day from the moment you wake up to the second you go to bed. Even though you don't realize it, everything you do (or don't do) isn't just having an impact on who you are and what you will be, but they also have a hand in to whom you're attracted. You might think the teeny tiny things that make up your life are insignificant, but you're wrong.
The University of Cincinnati conducted a study on how looks relate to health. Researchers followed 15,000 American men and women from the age of 10 till they were 24 to 35 (now that's dedication). They tracked both their physical and mental health. The connection between attractiveness and better health was and remains astounding. The best-looking candidates were least likely to be troubled with ADHD, depression, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, asthma and tinnitus. These findings were published in the Journal of Evolution & Human Behavior.
Woman who shot her lover after accusing him of cheating granted $10,000 bond.
A man created an Excel spreadsheet to log his wife's excuses for rejecting sex ... and sent it to her. (It's as awkward as it sounds).