What do you look for in a mate? Is it kindness? Empathy? Low-level psychosis paired with extreme bouts of narcissism? A sense of humor? Well, if it’s the last two entries, you might want to consider dating someone who is a professional laugh-maker, like Gilbert Gottfried.
Unfortunately, Mr. Gottfried is both married and carrying a large chip on his shoulder about women not wanting to sleep with him because he’s funny. But he’s got it all wrong.
You know how curmudgeonly “experts” have been trying for years to take away Farrah Abraham’s thunder by claiming that shows like 16 and Pregnant and Teen Mom glamorize teen pregnancy? Well according to a new study, shows about young adults ruining their lives in exchange for OK! covers and Twitter accounts certified by MTV may actually be lowering the teen birth rate, thus totally justifying your guilty pleasure.
Good news for the vaping community! A new study, produced by the environmental health consulting firm CHANGE LLC, claims that the secondhand risks from e-cigarette vapors are minuscule, and we should all just be chill about co-workers using them in the office.
SeekingArrangement.com, the Sugar Daddy website that hooks up poor/younger/more attractive women with rich/older/not so attractive men looking for a mature relationship-slash-good times, has come out with a new study titled “Fastest Growing Sugar Baby Colleges of 2012.” (We’re guessing these occasional “studies” lend an air of legitimacy to the site, perhaps as a safeguard against the very obvious charge that their service promotes online prostitution and Internet solicitation services.)
While the list is topped by Southern schools, we want to preemptively apologize to parents of NYU and Columbia students.
If you were planning to sneak off and check your work email during the Thanksgiving holiday, don’t bother. Just do it right at the dinner table, like everyone else.
A new study from Xobni and Harris Interactive found that 60 percent of people check their work email over the holidays, and a third of Read More