Posts Tagged: No Shit

Science Discovers The Revenge Fuck

"'People really do use sex as a way to get over or get back at their ex-partner in the aftermath of a breakup,' said study researcher Lynne Cooper, a psychologist at the University of Missouri."


Meanwhile, In Britain…

"Throwing "'swine flu parties' in an attempt to get immunity against the virus while it is a fairly mild form is not a good idea, doctors say."


Apple Profits Not Coming From iFart

Here's something that will shock you to your very core: Even if Apple is making a profit on its App Store, it makes considerably more money selling iPhones and iPods! I know, right? RELATED: Rob Walker would like you to create these two apps.


Is Sex Worth It?

"Sex costs amazing amounts of time and energy. Just take birds of paradise touting their tails, stags jousting with their antlers or singles spending their weekends in loud and sweaty bars. Is sex really worth all the effort that we, sexual species, collectively put into it?" —Spoiler: Yes.


How Weird Is Too Weird For Republicans?

U.S. News and World Report: "South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford might get that chance to take a hike on the Appalachian Trail after all. That's because GOP presidential strategists say his weird behavior regarding his five-day absence over Father's Day weekend has ruled out a chance of him running and being taken seriously." Really? That's where the GOP draws the line on being taken seriously? The party of Sarah Palin and Newt Gingrich? Amazing.


Smoke 'em if you got 'em. Or send 'em this way.

Turns out that the more money you make, the less likely you are to smoke. Unless you happen to earn less than $12k a year, in which case you fall right in the middle, and probably have more serious concerns, hierarchy-of-needswise.


Science: Dudes Will Do Stupid Stuff For Hot Tail

Psychologists at the University of Queensland, in Brisbane, Australia studied the behavior of male skateboarders and made a rather stunning discovery: Men do stupid things in the presence of a pretty girl.


Study: Popular People Are Popular

Science says: "Prominent people stay popular for longer than they ought to because they serve as conversational fodder, which in turn drives more media coverage."