What’s a six-letter word for “uh-uhh-uhhh-OH SWEET JESUS DON’T STOP”? 3

I love crossword puzzles. My father got me started when I was a teenager and I’ve been working them ever since. Not only are they fun, they’re also supposedly good for your gray matter. But according to an article I just read, I may have been wasting my time. If this article is to be believed, orgasms give our brains a better workout than working crosswords. More…

A palabra to the wise: Al viajar en el extranjero, no seas cabron 1

Travel-guide books are a dime a dozen (and sometimes even cheaper on Amazon). Some are good, and some are not so good. But in my opinion, far too many are aimed at the high-dollar traveler and concentrate on really esoteric crap like finding the best unicorn sushi, or where to go to get your chakras balanced and aligned. More…

A brief guide to SXSW 4

South by Southwest (aka: SXSW; South By; You’re Blocking My Driveway, Asshole) the nation’s biggest music, film and interactive conference and festival just kicked off. For us Austinistas, that means parties, music and – perhaps most significantly – a week of eating at IHOP because all the good restaurants are infested with badge-wearing hipsters in white sunglasses and girl jeans. More…

Man on the moon? No prob. Man who’s never seen porn? Fuhgeddaboudit! Reply

Science is amazing; it’s done things for us that people living 500 years ago couldn’t even imagine. It’s put a man on the moon. It’s cured diseases that once decimated entire continents. It’s even given us blankets with sleeves.

One thing science can’t do, though, is find a man who has never watched porn.

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Dog putting on too much dog? Now there’s help 1

Ever wonder what your dog does all day while you’re not around? Is he sitting on his doggy butt, licking himself where his balls used to be? If so, is he getting pudgy? And if he were to outlive you, do you worry about who’s going to take care of him?

If you ask yourself these questions, congratulations – you obviously don’t have any real worries. And kudos a second time – as minor as they are, they’re still problems but the good news is, they’re fixable.

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