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After Losing Her Virginity, Teen Accidentally Texts Dad

18-year old Elizabeth (Lizzy) Frisinger was super-excited to lose her virginity. So excited in fact, that after doing it on a beach during a class trip, she immediately fired-off a text message to a friend raving about how it was “gr8.”

    Unfortunately for Lizzy, a slip of the finger sent the message not to a friend, but to her Dad. He immediately booked her a return trip back to Cleveland. Class Trip over.

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    Somehow this seems like a great marketing opportunity for Delta. I can see the ad campaign now:  “Delta Air Lines: Rushing Home America’s Deflowered Daughters since 1924.”

    Tired of Being Rejected by Real Women, Scientist Invents Robot Woman to Reject His Advances

    Inventor Le Trung, 33, has created Aiko – a female robot with “with a stunning 32, 23, 33 figure, shiny hair and delicate features.”

    They often go on drives together, she reads him newspaper headlines over breakfast and works in his home 24 hours a day. Aiko (her name means ‘love child’) also reacts to human touch and can be tickled.

    Le claims their interaction has not strayed to the bedroom, but does add that a few “tweaks” could easily turn her into a sexual playmate. He further explains, “Her software could be redesigned to simulate her having an orgasm.”

    For right now though, Aiko is programmed to aggressively reject all sexual advances

    leaving us to wonder if perhaps Le based Aiko a little too closely on his own interactions with real women.

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    The best part is around 1:10 when she slaps him and says “I do not like it when you touch my breasts.”

    There’s definitely some psychological trauma coming out here between inventor and creation. I don’t think Doctor Frankenstein ever had this particular problem.

    photo: Barcroft Media

    full story: UK Sun – link

    4 Ways to Enhance the Kissing Experience

    Sure, kissing is an engaging activity, but did you know you can do other things WHILE kissing to broaden the experience?

    Here are a few ideas:

    1. Hum. Humming while kissing causes a vibration in both partners’ mouths. And who doesn’t like vibrations?

    2. Blink your eyes. When you do this it looks like you’re kissing an old time movie star.

    3. Move your hips around in big circles. This is a subtle way to test your partner’s sense of balance, which may be an indicator of just how acrobatic they can be in bed.

    4. Hum a song. This is different from number 1 above. If you are a really good at carrying a tune, you can hum a romantic song to heighten the experience.

    Photo: Mimi K

    Principal Kisses Pig. Pig Unimpressed.

    A middle school principal made good on a promise to kiss a pig this Monday.

    San Benancio Middle School principal Gina Uccelli had vowed to pucker up for the porcine pet if her students raised $17,000 in a magazine fundraiser.

    They ended up raising $18,000 in all and she fulfilled her committment in front of the whole student body.

    When asked to comment, the pig remarked, “Eh. It was okay. I’m just disappointed they didn’t raise enough for the next prize up at $25,000. Now that would have been something to see.”

    photo: Vicky TGAW

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    British Art Gallery Bans Air-Kissing

    An art gallery in London is rejecting the usual launch party customs by banning guests from air-kissing and calling each other “darling”.

    Based in the West End, Spectrum Fine Art is hosting a tongue-in-cheek anti-London Fashion Week party.

    Any guests spotted air-kissing or wearing absurd or impractical outfits should expect to be thoroughly reprimanded.

    The BBC reports:

    The idea behind the unusual launch party is to “demystify the cult of the new British arts graduates – bringing the work of the next generation of artists to the public”, and to keep it away from the “unscrupulous self-publicising super collectors”.

    Among the the stipulations for Thursday’s opening is that no guests will be able to ask the fat content of the canapes, while comfortable clothing will be the order of the night.

    Anyone caught looking over the shoulder of the person they are speaking to, in the hope of finding someone more interesting or important to talk to, will be told off for rudeness.

    The Artists of Fame and Promise exhibition runs at the Spectrum Fine Art gallery in Great Titchfield Street from 23 September to 23 October.

    photo: Way of the Rocket

    from the BBC News | link

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    Mistletoe’s Scandalous Scandinavian Origins

    As the holidays approach, many of us look for every opportunity to maneuver ourselves under the mistletoe in the hopes of logging a little extra kissing time before the New Year . But while engaged in this noble pursuit, how often do we ponder where the tradition of locking lips under a sparse little plant hanging at parties actually began?

    The custom of kissing under the mistletoe originated in ancient Scandinavia. Originally, the mistletoe was a plant of peace – if enemies met by chance beneath it in a forest, they would cast aside their arms and hold a truce until the next day. This tradition, combined with one of the earliest Norse myths, evolved into our current practice of locking lips under the mistletoe.

    The myth that started it all is the story of Baldur and his resurrection.

    According to About.com’s David Beaulieu:

    Baldur’s mother was the Norse goddess, Frigga. When Baldur was born, Frigga made each and every plant, animal and inanimate object promise not to harm Baldur. But Frigga overlooked the mistletoe plant — and the mischievous god of the Norse myths, Loki, took advantage of this oversight. Ever the prankster, Loki tricked one of the other gods into killing Baldur with a spear fashioned from mistletoe.

    The demise of Baldur, a vegetation deity in the Norse myths, brought winter into the world, although the gods did eventually restore Baldur to life. After which Frigga pronounced the mistletoe sacred, ordering that from now on it should bring love rather than death into the world. Happily complying with Frigga’s wishes, any two people passing under the plant from now on would celebrate Baldur’s resurrection by kissing under the mistletoe.

    So the next time you find yourself making-out beneath a mistletoe, remember to give a silent high-five to Baldur as thanks for your romantic fortune.

    photo: Magalie L’Abbé