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A woman fails to come home one night. When she gets home the next morning she tells her husband she stayed at a friend’s house.
The husband calls ten of her best friends and none of them know anything about it.
A man fails to come home one night. When he gets home the next morning he tells his wife he stayed at a friend’s house.
The wife calls ten of his best friends. Eight of them confirm it and two say he’s still there!
The person flipping the coin has a significantly higher chance to calling the outcome. Stack the odds in your favor by volunteering to be the flipper.
Wired's How-To Wiki highlights the findings of researchers at the University of British Columbia and how you can take advantage of being the coin flipper.
The trick is to practice flipping the coin enough that, like a knife thrower, you become in tune with how many rotations it takes to get the side of the coin you want.
The resident doctors used in the study were given five minutes of coaching and some pointers and they raised their chances of getting the coin face they wanted to 68%—a significant leap over chance for a mere five minutes of practice.
So sometimes I finger my butthole when I masturbate…I'm not gay, but does this make it seem like I'm gay? I just like the feeling…I once used a dildo but it just makes it more exciting and encouraging…but does this make me gay?
No. My husband and I incorporate that sort of thing in our sex all the time. He's obviously not gay :-) If it feels good to you, go for it.
UKRAINE -- Young Ukrainian activists are gaining popularity in the country for staging topless protests that involve rude gestures, obscene slogans and scuffles with security guards and police.
The women - slender, long-legged beauties with traditional Ukrainian flower wreaths in their hair - say they are promoting women's rights and fighting for democracy, but some critics claim they are merely seeking fame and undermining the feminist cause.
"If sexuality is used to sell cars and cookies, why not use it for social and political projects," said Anna Hutsul, 26, the chain-smoking leader of Femen. "Sometimes you need to show your breasts for ideological reasons."
The group has become so popular that Hutsul plans to launch a political party & run for parliament.
They campaign against prostitution & discrimination of women, but also weigh in on hot topics in Ukraine such as the tax code, freedom of speech and foreign borrowing by the government.
Sometimes, it seems, they are merely looking for a pretext. "We don't really care, we just want to show our boobs," said the group's blog about one protest.
Femen began in 2008, when activists wearing bikinis jumped into a fountain in Kiev in protest at the shortages of water in student dormitories. Then activists started bearing their chests at rallies.
Today, all of their protesters are topless - something the police routinely fine and briefly detain them for.
The group was pushed into the spotlight this year when activists flashed their breasts in front of cameras at a polling station where future president Viktor Yanukovych was expected to cast his ballot in presidential elections and shouted: "Stop raping the country."
Femen sabotaged Ukraine's top fashion show last month when two bare-chested activists climbed on the runway holding posters that read "The Runway is a Meat Shop" and "Model, don't go to Brothel".
"The way we present our message and the message itself contradict each other," agreed Ms Hutsul, an economist by training. She does not take part in protests in order to have a "serious person" representing Femen.
The group caused a diplomatic scandal last month when activists undressed near the statue of Bolshevik leader Vladimir Lenin & urged Russian prime minister Vladimir Putin to stop interfering in Ukrainian politics.
The group's top activist, Inna Shevchenko, 20, insisted she could be both a feminist and a sex bomb.
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