Enlightened guys of the world (or those who simply don't want to be stuck with 18 years of child support payments) have long wished for a form of reversible birth control they don't have to describe using the word "rubber."
For time eternal, musicians, writers and artists have had a special relationship with booze. Alcoholism does have a genetic component, but new research indicates something else may be responsible for the drunken antics of your favorite rock stars: knocking back a few makes people more creative.
If you paid attention in high school economics, you already know the theory of supply and demand: the more of something there are, the less value they have. Seems the same thing applies to dating, because new research shows men are more likely to spend money on a woman if he thinks she's his one shot at ... well, let's call it "romantic opportunity." Or sex. We can call it sex. You're so boring though.
The Olympics have all kinds of corporate sponsors, and even the 150,000 condoms made available to athletes in anticipation of gold medal nookie were supplied by just one company: Durex, which presumably paid a hefty fee for the honors.
So when a bucket of non-sanctioned condoms showed up in the Olympic Village, officials were none too pleased.