I know the question on everyone’s lips…do men fart more than women?
And the answer?
No, women fart just as much as men. It’s just that most men take more pride in it than most women. There is a large variation among individuals in the amount of fart gas produced per day, but the variation does not correlate with gender.
I will never look at Megan Fox in the same way again!
Hit the jump for a fart load more facts.
Seriously, does anyone around here have any ice for my old paw benders?
Bar Refaeli was born in 1985 to an Israeli Jewish family in Hod HaSharon, Israel. Her parents, Rafael and Tzipi, own a horse ranch.
She began a modeling career at the age of eight months, appearing in commercials. She had to wear braces in her early years, postponing her modeling. Let’s just say when she returned to the industry she absolutely killed it!
If you don’t hit the jump, a baby unicorn will cry, just think about that before you decide to scroll on past.
Imagine picking up a Nintendo DS and playing games in 3D without the glasses. Nintendo says a hand held gaming device that will do just that will launch in Japan before the end of March 2011, and that it’ll reveal its so-called “Nintendo 3DS” to the world for the first time at E3 2010 this summer.
Check out the video below:
MOVIE RELEASE DATE: 26TH APRIL 2010
Gumball 3000 ‘Coast to Coast’ is a high speed action packed adventure full of high jinx antics filmed during the 8 days of the 2009 Gumball Rally from Los Angeles to Miami. From ‘sandal skating on the freeway’ to wild penthouse parties this road trip offers viewers a unique passenger ride experience on the worlds most exclusive road trip.
What can I say about Olivia Munn? Both the lads and the ladies love her. Featuring in the new issue of Complex, Olivia finds herself in a sexy Disney-esque world with a crew of cuddly animals. I asked to be the snake in these photos but they said I wasn’t appropriate. Or was it what I asked to do to Olivia with the snake that wasn’t appropriate? Oh well, never mind, more photos after the jump.
For those of you not familiar, ESPN regularly runs a series of segments called “Outside the Lines,” featuring various stories and different “looks” at things inside the world of sports. The latest one, “Pushing the Limits,” takes a look at action sports athletes and what they face on a daily basis in their jobs and personal passions, with a lot of focus on the insane injuries, crashes, and life changing moments they’re subject to.
In association with HBO’s latest hit series “How to Make It in America”, this short film titled “The Get By: Making in on the Streets of NYC”. The doco features native New York City skaters like Jake Johnson, Gino Lannucci, Billy Rohan, and Zered Bassett, and they help explain the the relationship between skateboarders and New York City.