Monday, September 11, 2006

Man, my TA is a dick face

25 percent of Russians have sex while driving

About 25 percent of Russians have had sex while driving, a poll released by KRC Research and Goodyear revealed. And this is just one of the things that make them the worst drivers in Europe.

According to the research, Russians do not use seatbelts, break speed-limits, drive through red lights, drive drunk and have sex while driving much more often than other Europeans do.

The odd thing is they don’t think all this is bad. According to the poll, 36 percent of Russian drivers regularly cross speed limits. This is the highest rate in Europe, the Delovoi Peterburg newspaper reported. Russians talk on the cell phone while driving more often than drivers in the other 14 European countries polled. About 30 percent of those polled in Russia have driven drunk before.

Russians also do not pay enough attention to their physical condition when they are going to take the wheel. Only 9 percent of those polled in Europe will drive if they don’t feel good in comparison with 23 percent of Russians.

23 percent of drivers in Russia scold others while driving, and another 23 percent can break in centre strip to surpass the other cars. And finally, over 60 percent of those polled in Russia do not check the condition of their tires. Article here.

Tom Cruise may not be the father of Suri?

Rumors are running wild on the internet about Suri Cruise, specifically her slanted eyes. There is a big theory, which almost seems true, that Chris Klein got Katie pregnant before they broke up.
The theory/source claims: Katie Holmes split with her exboyfriend Chris Klein in March 2005, she may or may not have realized she was pregnant with his baby. She started dating Tom in April, 2005, and according to this tale, when Tom found out she was expecting, he not only didn't mind, but he insisted on taking credit for the pregnancy. They abruptly got engaged in June 2005. Since the baby was scheduled to be born too soon into their relationship, Tom and Katie faked the birth date. She actually gave birth months EARLIER than the announced birth. She wore padding for the last few months after the REAL birth, and made sure she was photographed. In case you don't remember, Suri's announced April 18 birth was oddly undocumented - there were no hospital records or specifics. Where was Suri born? Tom and Katie didn't want their baby photographed because it would be apparent that Suri wasn't newborn. After a few months it's not so easy to recognize a baby's exact age. Source.

Britney Spears AD in Tokyo subway, ewwww!

Python swallows an entire sheep whole

A little bloating after a big meal is an occupational hazard for pythons. But this unfortunate creature found itself unable to slink away and sleep it off. In fact, after swallowing a pregnant sheep, it couldn't move at all.
Firemen in the Malaysian village of Kampung Jabor, about 190km east of Kuala Lumpur, easily caught it after it was spotted on a road. Conservationists were yesterday still deciding whether to keep the 90kg snake in a zoo or release it back into the wild.

Pythons eat no more than once a week but when they open their incredible hinged jaws, anything is fair game. This 5.5m python found its eyes were definitely bigger than its belly. Article here.

Will you please play with me? Please?

[Obvious] Snoring affects a couple's sex life

The Great British Snoring Survey found that snoring can be such a bane in the bedroom, and that it not only affects one in four couples, but also is the reason why 25 percent of them prefer sleeping in different bedrooms.

50 percent of the couples surveyed also admitted that snoring affects their relationship.

And, while most people are not willing to admit that they snore, the survey found that the condition affects seven in ten men, and four in ten women.
Relationship expert Denise Knowles, from Relate, said that it was true that snoring can affect a couple's sex life, as it was leaving them physically and emotionally drained due to lack of sleep.

People deprived of sleep suffer physically and emotionally. Marianne Davey of the British Snoring and Sleep Apnea Association also confirmed this and said that snoring can put a huge strain on relationships.

However, experts warn that excessive snoring is not something that should be ignored for it can be a sign of ill health, with snorers more likely to have high blood pressure. Sleep apnea, an extreme form of snoring, is associated with higher heart disease risk. Article here.

God’s Gym? I wonder what he can bench press?

50 Cent arrested in his Lamborghini

50 (Curtis Jackson) Cent was arrested in New York after he was pulled over by police in an unmarked car while he was driving a silver Lamborghini.
Police tell TMZ they removed Fiddy from his car and cuffed him in front of several witnesses. Because of the crowd that began gathering around the scene, cops determined it to be an unsafe situation so they took him to a police station down the street from the scene. The car was not towed as police tell TMZ there was no reason to impound the car. Police issued 50 four summons: one for an unsafe lane change, one because his driver's license had expired, one because his Lambo is unregistered with the state and another because the car is also uninsured. He was issued the tickets and released." Article here.

Motorcycle on ice

Woman wins $1 million in lottery, twice?

A woman who won $1 million from a state lottery game four years ago has improbably hit the jackpot again.

Valerie Wilson, who works at a Long Island deli, said she won another $1 million on a lottery scratch-off game last month. "The first time I couldn't believe it," Wilson told Newsday. "This time I said, 'God's on my side.'"

Wilson, 56, beat some long odds to pull off her double victory. In 2002, her winning ticket in the Cool Million scratch-off game, which has since been discontinued, was a shot of 1 in 5.2 million, according to the New York State Lottery. Last month, she beat odds of 1 in 705,600 when she got the $1 million prize in the New York lottery's Jubilee scratch-off game.

Overall, her chances of winning both games were a slim 1 in 3,669,120,000,000.

A lottery spokeswoman verified Wilson was a Cool Million winner in 2002, but declined to confirm her latest win until a planned news conference. There have been only two previous repeat million-dollar-plus winners in the lottery's history, according to the state.

Wilson still hasn't quit her job at Emma's Deli and Catering. Despite her unexpected bonus, Wilson plans to keep working until at least December, making sandwiches and ringing up sales.

The prize will be paid out in $50,000 installments over 20 years. Wilson said she used her first winnings to help buy homes for her three children. "This one is going to be for me," she said. "I'm going to live a little bit." Article here.

Women spend 2 years putting on make-up?

British women spend more than two years of their lives applying and removing $41,000/£22,000 worth of make-up, a survey claimed yesterday.

The research found the average woman dedicates 603 days to applying mascara, blusher, lipstick and eye-shadow - and a further 170 taking it all off again.

The poll of 2500 women revealed the average girl's obsession with make-up begins at the age of 14. From this point, they stand in front of the mirror for almost 36 minutes a day - 21 minutes in the morning and three five-minute sessions to re-apply during the day.

In fact, most British women will put a layer on every time they leave the house, go for lunch or go out after work. They will then spend at least 10 minutes a day cleansing, toning and moisturising to remove up to four layers of slap accumulated during the day.

A spokeswoman for Nivea Visage, who conducted the survey, said: "It shows how much importance, time and money is placed on looking good."

The poll also found that 44 per cent of women regularly go to bed wearing their make-up. And the average woman spends $620 /£331.80 a year on make-up and skin-care products. Article here.