Yes.. Another video out take from Venice Beach.
What his cash carry-carrying habits say about him — as seen in the October 2008 issue of Cosmopolitan magazine
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More video outtakes…
Two woman’s thoughts over drinks in Santa Monica, CA about long distance relationships.
Some more video out takes from the Venice Beach shoot. The sound quality is not great, the pictured mic was on the ever talented Bernie’s camera — but you can still make out (no pun intended) from this clip what the cute guy has to say about Love & Lust!
I was inspired to talk about this subject based on an article in the October issue of Cosmopolitan.
Has this ever happened to you?
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Guys share the worst thing they’ve said to a woman. Also, the worst pick-up line we’ve heard in awhile. Watch this episode of “That’s What He Said” to learn what NOT to say to a woman.
I saw this report this morning — I must say I do agree that drinking alcoholic beverages will lower your inhibitions and possibly lead to risky sexual behaviors — it’s also conceivable that it may happen with just one or two drinks!
ScienceDaily (Sep. 4, 2008) — Binge drinking (5+ alcoholic beverages at one time) is associated with risky sexual behaviors. A new study is one of the few to examine this association by gender in an urban clinic for sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). Read Full Story Here
Guys: have you got a hot mom? Chances are your wife will be a looker, too. The same goes for daughters of hunky fathers.
Women tend to date guys that look like their fathers, and sons go for gals that look like their mothers, according to a new study of facial similarities between romantic partners and their parents. The paper is published this week in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B (DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2008.1021).
Tamas Bereczkei, a biologist at the University of Pecs, Hungary, and his colleagues mapped the faces of 67 young, long-term couples at their university, as well as each parent, measuring facial proportions such as the ratios of face length to width, nose length to face height, and mouth width to height.