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Via: MSNBC
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This guy has fathered 14 children in the last year through free sperm donations to women he meets online. He says it's a public service to women who can't afford sperm banks. We say it'll be a problem when a good chunk of the Bay Area population is related through this guy.

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Via: The Daily
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There are lots of reasons to be attracted to somebody, but how about smell? New Yorker Judith Prays has invented the Pheromone Party, where partygoers are able to use their smelly shirts to get someone's attention.

At the first one in 2010, forty people were invited, and were all told to wear the same shirt to bed for three nights, without any perfume or deodorant. Everyone brought the shirts with them to the party, which were then put in plastic bags and color- and number-coded. Guests sniffed the various shirts, and if they found one they liked, their picture with the shirt would be projected and that shirt's person would have a green-light to initiate conversation.

The initial party was apparently a huge success, with 12 of the 40 people "hooking up," and half of those beginning long-term relationships. So the next time you're trying to pick someone up at the club, just bring an old dirty shirt and throw it at whoever you think is cute. Same thing, right?

(pics via the 2010 website of The Pheromone Party)

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Via: CrunchyRoll
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Hooters Tokyo is making a play to become the premier Tokyo date spot for Valentine's Day by offering two new parfaits (the "Rocket of Love" and the "Volcano of Love," no double entendre there [SARCASTIC EYE ROLL]) and giving a free Hello Kitty x Hooters pin to the first 1,000 customers that day. We're expecting it to also be Tokyo's premier breakup spot when the guys get caught checking out those tiny tight shirts skirts.

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Via: New Scientist
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In a recent interview, Stephen Hawking was asked what he thought about most during the day, and WORDS YOU WANT TO BE LINKED . The vastness of time and space, no problem. Girls and their cooties? We may never know.

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