Outdoor sex is considered a risky endeavour at the best of times; none more so than for Zimbabwe native, Sharai Mawera, who was mauled to death by a lion this week as her and her boyfriend were having sex outdoors in their local African village.
Ever wondered if sex had more benefits than just the pleasurable experience? A correlation between happiness and sex has been highly publicised in recent years, but new research is suggesting that regular sex can increase your brain power.
Lube: it is still undiscovered territory for some Irish students, yet many older people also appear to be unaware of its benefits. A woman approached me in work the other day, alongside her terrified husband. Grinning and, with a somewhat sinister glint in her eye, she said: “I’m looking for a birthday present for himself.”
“All I wanna do is f**k your body. Ooooh oooh oooh oooh. Tonight’s your lucky night, I know you want me. Ooooh oooh oooh oooh.”
Being single is not all that bad. Most people enjoy the freedom that comes with a relationship-free life. People need not worry about their actions offending their significant other, and they get to stretch out in the bed. I certainly would be an advocate for a ‘relationship-light’ diet for everyone. However, there comes a time when you have been single for just that little bit too long. Suddenly, you realise that you have developed habits and signs, indicating that you are eternally single.
First they’re not together, now they are. First she wasn’t sleeping with him, then she was, now she isn’t. First they were living together, now they’re not. But maybe they are.
One of the new shock books on the market, “Six Weeks to OMG” has captured the imaginations of women across the UK, and is spreading across the world. “Get skinnier than all your friends,” the front cover declares. After hearing my sister squeaking indignantly at the computer screen, and my mother ranting about how such a book got published, I had a look online myself. Many sites have picked it up, inviting nutritionists in to look at what the book says you should do in order to lose weight. Lose [...]
“Abortion tears her life apart,” the billboards scream. “There’s always a better answer.”
Huzza! Exams are over, the sun is out and if you’re anything like me you’ve already cracked out the shorts and you’ve started getting your tan on. If you’re not the brightest bulb in the box, don’t fret, I’m here to divulge the dos and don’ts to ensure you have the optimum summer fun.
A new iPhone app, (totally not sleazily entitled) ‘Girls Around Me’, has caused controversy this week after being accused of offering encouragement to online weirdos. And we all know they come in bucketfuls. The app was designed by i-Free Innovations for the purpose of locating “dateable” women in your surrounding area. Based along the same lines as Foursquare or Facebook with geo-location services, it will scan your area in order to find suitable women – by gathering their information and geotags from popular social networks. What could be wrong with [...]
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