Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Wow, uh -- this looks intense.

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Creepy McCreeper'son.

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Women are more attracted to men with muscles.

Muscular young men are likely to have more sex partners than their less-chiseled peers, researchers at the University of California Los Angeles said on Monday.

Their study, published in the Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, suggests muscles in men are akin to elaborate tail feathers in male peacocks: They attract females looking for a virile mate. "Women are predisposed to prefer muscularity in men," said study author David Frederick of UCLA.

"Most research is focused on what men find physically attractive in women and the career traits women find attractive in men," Frederick said by telephone. "Much less research is devoted to what women find attractive."

Women were more physically attracted to brawny men, especially for a fling. But when it comes to finding a long-term partner, they tend to pick a regular man over a mate with huge biceps.

He and colleagues interviewed 99 male undergraduates about their sexual histories. Muscular men were twice as likely to have had more than three sex partners than less-built types. » Article here

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Wow, check out how these car doors open.

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Good computer posture is important.

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Dude flies to wedding a year early. Whoops.

Teacher Dave Barclay flew thousands of miles across the Atlantic to Wales to attend his friend's wedding, only to discover he was a year early. Barclay, 34, was told about the wedding earlier in the year and assumed it was to take place in 2007.

It was only when he had flown into Cardiff from Toronto, Canada, and rang the bridegroom seeking details of the venue that he discovered the wedding was in 2008. "I am a year early -- yeah, my mates are loving it, aren't they," he told BBC Radio Wales.

The groom, Dave Best, had emailed his friend at the start of the year. "He just said July the 6th and I assumed it was this year because if you tell the guy July 6th, they're going to think it's this year," Barclay said. Barclay, who has been teaching in Toronto for three years spent £500 ($1,015) on his premature flight. » Article here

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Pole vaulting landing gone bad.

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Here's a clever advertisement.

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Teen breaks into neighbor's home to watch porn?

A teen is in trouble after he was caught breaking into a neighbor's home to watch pornography. A woman said she caught her 15-year-old neighbor sitting at the computer watching porn. She said it's not the first time the boy has broken into her home.

On two other occasions the woman said she came home to find her computer on with multiple windows of pornography open. The boy, who is not being named because of his age, confessed to police that he's broken in four times. He also admitted to stealing a Playstation, which has since been returned. He is charged with two counts of burglary and one count of grand theft. » Article here

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...isn't it ironic, don't you think?

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[semi-sorta funny] Sluts on YouTube!

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Fake cop arrested after trying to pull over real cop.

A driver posing as a police officer tried to pull off a bogus traffic stop, but he ran into trouble when the other motorist turned out to be a real off-duty detective, police said.

Robert Lane, 25, was arrested on charges of criminal impersonation and aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, Suffolk County police said.

Driving an SUV fitted out with flashing lights, Lane stopped the New York police detective on the Sunrise Highway on Tuesday afternoon, Suffolk police said. They said Lane told investigators the detective had cut him off.

The detective became suspicious after Lane drove up alongside him, identified himself as an officer and flashed a small police badge, Suffolk police said. The detective showed his own police ID, told Lane to pull over, followed him when he didn't and called authorities, according to police. » Article here

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This guy really needs a vacation.

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Drunk drives seven blocks with body lodged in his windshield

A 50-year-old man who died in a hit-and-run crash Sunday night. A woman who also was struck in the 11:57 p.m. crash, meanwhile, was reported in life-threatening condition today.

Police say a 40-year-old Green Bay driver was drunk when he hit the two pedestrians, then drove about seven blocks home with the man's body lodged in his windshield.

The driver, Steve Warrichaiet, parked his 1995 Dodge Intrepid in the garage at his home, then called police about six hours later, saying he had been involved in an accident and believed he had hit someone. Police are seeking charges of homicide by intoxicated use of a motor vehicle, drunken driving, causing injury while driving drunk, hit-and-run causing death, hit-and-run causing injury and hiding a corpse. » Article here

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Handsoap, shaped like 'baby hands' = kinda creepy

Buy some here.

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Watch out for that pole...

(fake or not, I chuckled)

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