Why has no one thought of this before? A man, Sanjib Saha, in Kolkata, India (formerly Calcutta like Mumbai was once Bombay) has been charged with some legal shenanigans after using an impersonator to represent his wife in their divorce case according to Reuters. The real wife was then thrown out of her home and was more than a touch confused.
If you haven't already seen it, check out Katy Perry's video for "I Kissed A Girl." The song is number one on Billboard's Hot 100 and the "I Kissed a Girl" video is a perfect pop confection: slightly transgressive, pinks, full of girls dancing in lacy reds and golds, feathers, guitars.
An OB-GYN in British Columbia was recently suspended for asking out a patient- an ethical no-no according to the British Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons' annual report, which dually notes its recent review of the 28 sexual misconduct allegations of 24 different physicians in 2007. The report vaguely recounts the telltale signs of inappropriate conduct -as if there is any question whether sexual intercourse may be inappropriate during a typical pelvic exam. Also far from surprising: "sexualized touching" appears on the list.
Cheers to another lazy, summery Sunday afternoon. I was laying back and sipping on some chilled Riesling today on the deck in my parents' backyard with my best guy friend, Esco today when I realized something. I've been so boy-crazy lately that I forgot how much fun a platonic relationship with a man is. No humping, no flirting, no tension—just chilling. And bitching about the opposite sex, which is fun since you get a fresh point of view and all of these new defense tactics that men like to employ.
At a mere 173 square feet, the "Eh'haeusl" or "marriage house" has quite a large reputation. The Bavarian hotel, built in 1728, is a fixture in South Germany's history, according to Reuters. What does 173 square feet get you? Three stories, actually: The first floor is the entryway, the second floor the bathroom, and the third, the bedroom. The structure was built by placing a front, back, and roof between the tiny space between two existing buildings. Voila: a cozy home for two. Actually, the space served many a newlywed, as it's name "marriage house," implies: According to 18th-century law, couples who intended to marry needed to own property to do so. The tiny house was quickly constructed and passed from couple to couple to allow lovebirds a way to the altar.
Remember Tyco? More specifically do you remember all the hot water that Tyco CEO Dennis Kozlowski got in regarding misuse of funds? Yeah, he's in jail for it and his wife wants out of the marriage. While Kozlowski maintains his innocence, he doesn't want wife Karen to wait for him. Noble.