We live in a world where there is endless entertainment right at your fingertips. Unfortunately, it comes at the cost of our sex lives.
According to a new study in the U.K., people are increasingly using video streaming services between 10 and 11 p.m. That may not sound like anything special, but typically that’s around the time most couples are going to bed and getting it on. The study suggests that rather than sexing each other, people are streaming videos in bed.
On the other hand, good job for having such good programming, British media.
If there’s one thing The Guys prize about ourselves, it’s our giant, throbbing brains. We’ve spent the past several years training hard, working both lobes evenly and drinking to prune the weaker brain cells to become thought-mongering mentalists.
And it appears that it was all for naught.
According to a study launched by the BBC, brain training games–like those for the Nintendo DS–do not actually improve brain function … unless that function is to play brain training games better. Otherwise:
- Our math still sucks.
- Our cold fusion machine still only makes espresso.
- And, we’ve yet to solve a single case in our Batmen Detective agency.
What’s next, BBC? Are you going to tell us that we’ll never beat Olympic records using Wii Fit? Because that’s real athletic training … with practically weightless controllers … on a balance board like what most decathletes use … sonnova—
In case you haven’t noticed, the United States is engaged in an economic crisis two wars a gas crunch a bake-off a presidential election. In fact, we’ve been engaged in this election, and nothing else, for over a year now–and we’re tired of it.
If it weren’t for the schadenfreude that is Sarah Palin blooper tapes, the American public would have moved on to something else by now. (Did the new American Idol season start, yet? We’ll watch that at this point.)
Everyone knows who they’re voting for already, and those that rely on the debates to form their opinion could fit in the college rec halls where they hold those things. Even Ohio has moved up their election, just get the damn thing over with, and that’s Ohio! There’s nothing else to talk about in Ohio and they want this crap done.
Unfortunately, we’re stuck in this rut until November 5, when we start the new news cycle: “What did the President-Elect say today?” How will you survive until the inauguration in January? Read on to learn how to tune out the election. Continue reading How To: Tune out the election
British television viewers are upset about The Passion, a lavish new series about the rollicking life and times of Jesus Christ. What has them so … crossed?
SPOILER ALERT: The TV Romans nail Jesus to the cross in a fetal position, not in the traditional Creed-rockin’ out pose.
According to The Daily Mail article, the BBC “is being accused of ignoring evidence in the Bible and gratuitously offending Christians who cherish the image” of Jesus dying horribly.
As we approach Easter, let’s remember how we do and don’t scourge lords and saviors. No need for any embarrassing mishaps, eh?