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The Hartford and New York City metro areas rank among the best U.S. cities to find a ‘sugar daddy’, according to SeekingArrangement.com, a dating website that pairs eligible ‘sugar daddies’ with ‘sugar babies’. Approximately 2.21 of every 1,000 adult males living within a 50-mile radius of Hartford is a sugar daddy, making capital city the […] [Read More]
Hopefully this kid got an extra juice box after the game — he deserves it after heaving this impressive half-court shot. In the video above, you can see little Austin Worthen of Keyes, Okla. banking a long, long range three-pointer. It’s pretty cute watching the diminutive baller put his whole weight behind the shot, but [...] [Read More]
A JetBlue flight bound for Las Vegas landed unexpectedly in Amarillo after a “medical situation” arose involving the captain. [Read More]
Torani, the company that makes specialty syrups available at most coffee shops, has announced its newest flavor: Chicken ‘n Waffles, which will be available in April. “Torani Chicken n’ Waffles syrup adds that ‘is it chicken or is it waffles’ allure to cocktails, lattes, sauces, and any deserving recipe. Just add 1/2 – 1 oz. [...] [Read More]
Small amounts of chocolate have already been proven to be good for your heart, but it may be able to help you slim down, according to a study in the Archives of Internal Medicine. The study suggests that regular chocolate consumption could lower a person’s BMI, an obesity indicator. The link remains between the sweet [...] [Read More]
Dubai gets all the cool stuff; weird man-made islands, all the air-conditioning you want, inflated hotel star rating systems, and now, an emergency pizza button. So you are sitting in your high-rise rental, you’re getting hungry, but you’re too lazy too cook dinner, just press a button on a specialized electronic fridge magnet and the device uses [...] [Read More]
A model who lost a hand and an eye to an airplane propeller did not “reject” an insurer’s settlement offer of $200,000 as Courthouse News reported Tuesday morning – she neither accepted nor rejected it, but asked a judge to clarify the meaning of the policy, NBC and the Dallas Morning News reported later Tuesday, citing the CNS report and Lauren Scruggs’ attorney. [Read More]