“…the social media site(Face Book) claimed the promoted ad of a baby Brown Booby with the accompanying text – “Some gorgeous shots here of some juvenile boobies” – breached decency guidelines, and removed the offending picture.”
A portable urinal for women has proved a sellout hit among hikers, road-trippers and outdoor campers.
Aptly called the P EZ, this purple silicon device is shaped like a funnel, and, according to its packaging, ‘allows women to go anytime. . . anywhere.’
London: A new study has revealed that women prefer to date men, who can make them laugh owing to evolutionary differences hardwired into their brains.
“On page 45 of Paying For It Chester Brown’s graphic memoir—in the sense of a graphic novel, not in the sense of being explicit, though it is also sometimes that—about paying for sex, there is a cloud of grey dots where a “condommed” penis should be.
But on the four occasions in the book that Brown chooses to zoom in on those parts—his own—they appear pixelated almost beyond recognition.”
The Absolutely True Diary Of A Part-Time Indian, Sherman Alexie’s 2007 story of a Native American who transfers to an all-white school, includes the following passage: “And if God hadn’t wanted us to masturbate, then God wouldn’t have given us thumbs. So I thank God for my thumbs.”
Three sisters from Layton gave birth to three baby boys in the month of July, including two who were born about an hour apart, The Desert News reports.
London mayor Boris Johnson unveils Katharina Fritsch’s Hahn/Cock, the latest artwork to fill square’s empty plinth.