A woman from New Jersey picked up a man in her car and began performing a sex act on him (you have exactly one guess which one) and they crashed into something or other. The car was then set afire and she decided to tell Johnny Law that her ride was taken from her at gunpoint. But police are good at figuring out obvious lies and busted her. She should have followed this guide to car sex.
Everyone has sent a text message, perhaps amorous in nature, and re-read it after it made its way into the electronic communication soup. Did you fat-finger a word or two? Did T9 predictively text mangle your words? Once, I ended a text to a platonic friend with "I love you," which is way more embarrassing than saying it as you hang up the phone. I had to write back immediately that I was on a very powerful cough medication. But inadvertently sending a spicy little note to someone... can you imagine the embarrassment?
Lots of people out there find their mothers quite meddlesome when it comes to dating. If stand-up comedy is to be believed, many of these people belong to a particular ethno-socio-religious group. Maybe a group that refers to smoked salmon as Lox. Sure, other cultures do this but outside of Russell Peters they don't have much in the way of a stand-up comedy voice. At any rate, it looks like a mom has decided to drag her son, grinning and bearing, into the world of Web 2.0 dating. PLUS Genetic Sexual Attraction in the Aimee Sword case.
As you likely know, men eat steak and women eat cucumber sandwiches. Dudes and chicks have a hankering for different foods, many studies explore why. Part of the problem is the work of Hollywood's ad wizards and the other part is the disintegration of the family. But food preferences appear to be different in other parts of the world. Why?
As you're probably aware, a number of kooky couples have recently thrown their weddings in retail locations or restaurant chains. Wal-Mart held a contest. A couple did it themselves in a Home Depot. And Taco Bell and TJ Maxx also made the list. But there are worse (and in some ways even awesomer) places to get hitched.
Kissing is one of the best things ever. Per a recent study in Japan, kissing can actually knock out allergies. On a slight tangent, Tiger Woods appeared to suffer from severe allergies at his most recent Masters appearance. Coincidence? Finally, a British teen nearly kicked the bucket after her boyfriend's lips triggered her peanut allergy. So, when it comes to allergies, kissing giveth and kissing taketh away.
Five items a single girl needs in her purse. Saving an embarrassing situation. Seven signs that he likes you, a lot. The need for a marriage attitude adjustment. Spicing up your sex life with Michelle Weiner Davis. Facebook or sex, choose wisely. The Modern Marriage Contest not just for straights any more. Seven wasted TV crushes. And why not to date someone from The Jersey Shore.
A year of chastity. Just how much the web is porn? How to act uninterested in a date? How to turn on a first date. Can you change a dude? And how to stop being so darn clingy.
Straight from the No-Doy files comes a bombshell from the FDA. The Food And Drug Administration has declared that the coffee is not an aphrodisiac. While the FDA has Winnie the pooh-poohed the idea of aphrodisiacs for years, this time around they're saying that Magic Power Coffee may actually be a touch dangerous.
Unless you've been hiding under a rock or sequestered in some kind of freaky-deaky cult ranch for the last few weeks, you know that LeBron James is on a mission to bless a new NBA team with his presence. Despite seeming like just another media circus created by a wildly self-involved professional basketball player, the King's quest for a team is a great lesson in dating.