Scientists may have stumbled upon the long-awaited viagra for women: apples.
Our friends from SINN & SKINN were in Las Vegas last week for the AVN Awards and while there they challenged two hot pornstars, Cali Carter and Tiffani Taylor, to put a condom on a banana without using their hands.
The girls had their own idea.
Rather than just put a condom on a banana, they decided to put on a show with the banana!
Honestly, watching this video is the most fun anyone has ever had with a banana.
Cali Carter and Tiffani Taylor have skyrocketed up my list of favorite pornstars. Way to go, girls!
Does it mean that I’m obsessed with sex if I think that Cali Carter and Tiffani Taylor going HAM (hard as a motherfucker) on this banana was a more effective healthy eating PSA than the one that Michelle Obama shot with the Miami Heat?
Big thanks to SINN & SKINN for getting Cali Carter and Tiffani Taylor together to destroy that lucky, lucky banana.
How can a babe like Gabrielle Union who has always come off as super sweet and cool really be going out (and getting married to) the NBA’s biggest villain, Dwyane Wade?
For those of you who don’t follow the NBA, Dwyane Wade is pure evil. Anyone who disagrees with this statement is also pure evil.
But just because she loves world’s biggest jerk Dwyane Wade doesn’t mean that I can’t still love her. And thanks to an appearance on CONAN last night, I’m totally ready to forget all about the whole Dwyane Wade-issue.
How did Gabrielle Union win me over? It was as simple as admitting that she watches porn, works out with pornstars, and that pornstars are the inspiration for her hot body.
I know, it seems too good to be true but it is. Watch Gabrielle Union talk about her porno diet with Conan O’Brien and Andy Ritcher:
Vegetables have proven to improve the taste of semen, improve the taste of vaginas, and contribute to an overall healthy life. Now a new study suggests that eating lots of vegetables can make you more attractive. Continue Reading
I’ve always dreamt of having the power of telekinesis. Move things with my mind. But I would want telekinetic powers that burned calories so I wouldn’t become massively fat while I was jacking it all day with my mind.
Unfortunately science has not invented telekinesis…yet…but Kotaku is reporting that a man in Japan has figured out The Masturbation Diet. Lose weight by masturbating and watching what you eat.
Sounds too good to be true, right? Well, yeah. It is. Allow me to explain. Continue Reading
Cereal is something we’ve always tried to stay away from here at the Sex.com Blog. Which is tough because we love Seinfeld and Jerry Seinfeld always made it look very delicious.
The reason we’ve always tried to stay away from cereal is because of its anti-sexual past. Cereal anti-sexual? Yes, cereal has an anti-sexual past. Get ready for a little history lesson.
Ferdinand Schumacher created the first breakfast cereal in 1854 with a hand oat grinder in some dingy Akron, Ohio basement. Originally, breakfast cereal was intended to be a cheap replacement for breakfast pork.
Anyways, fast forward a couple of years to John Harvey Kellogg at the Battle Creek Sanitarium in Michigan. The Battle Creek Sanitarium was a health resort whose practices were based on the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Kellogg believed that masturbation and sex were the cause of most health problems. So to cure people of their natural sexual urges (and by extension, illnesses), Kellogg fed his patients Corn Flakes. Because nothing kills the urges like a meatless, flavorless, sugarless breakfast.
Ironically, Kellogg also regularly gave the patients of the Battle Creek Sanitarium yogurt enemas. We’re not sure what the purpose of the yogurt enemas was but one thing’s for sure, that’s some kinky shit.
Because John Harvey Kellogg used cereal to kill the sex drives of his patients, we’ve been anti-cereal since the mid-20th century. However, now there’s a cereal made to improve your sex life. It’s called SexCereal and it’s completely changed our position on eating cereal for breakfast. Let us tell you all about it.