Women Are Almost Twice as Likely as Men to Discuss Their Sex Lives With Their Friends:
According to a survey by the Adam and Eve sex toy company, women are nearly twice as likely to talk about sex with their friends as men.
Almost one in three women . . . or 30% . . . said that they share intimate details about their sex lives with friends.
Only 18% of guys . . . which is a little more than one in six . . . said that they talk to their friends about their sex lives. That means they're about HALF as likely as women to share any dirty details.
Adam and Eve's sex experts say that's because women are more likely to feel emotional intimacy, and want to talk about it with close friends.
A Woman Gives Birth to Sextuplets . . . Just 12 Years After Giving Birth to Quadruplets:
Twelve years ago, when she was 19, Salud Romero of Morelia, Mexico gave birth to QUADRUPLETS. And now, at age 31, she just gave birth to SEXTUPLETS. That's 10 BABIES in just two births.
On Thursday, Salud gave birth to four girls and two boys. She was only 27 weeks into her pregnancy, so the babies are all under two pounds and are all in incubators.
Doctors didn't even realize Salud had six babies inside of her . . . they thought it was five. When the babies were delivered, the sixth was a surprise. Right now all six of the babies are stable, but the hospital said the situation is, quote, "delicate."
When she gave birth to her quadruplets, sadly only two of them survived. She was also pregnant one other time in between . . . but just had one baby. So now, Salud and her husband have nine total children.
Florida's Governor Adopted a Dog During His Campaign . . . Then Returned It Right After He Won:
Americans are pretty good about forgiving public figures . . . look at CHRIS BROWN'S album sales and BILL CLINTON'S standing ovation on Sunday as examples. But there's ONE THING we still take seriously. Dogs.
Which is why Florida's governor, Rick Scott, is facing a PR NIGHTMARE.
Back in 2010, after Scott won the Republican primary to become a candidate for governor, he and his family adopted a brand new Labrador. The campaign put a photo on Facebook asking for name suggestions. They settled on "Reagan."
Scott was elected governor. And since then, there hasn't been any sign of Reagan.
So the "Tampa Bay Times" started poking around, and after several of Scott's media relations people tried to deflect the questions, the reporters found out the truth: Scott had returned the dog to its past owners RIGHT after he was elected.
Apparently the dog didn't fit in well to the house. A rep says, quote, "one kitchen employee threatened to quit" because of the dog, and it, quote, "barked like crazy." That may be true. But it still LOOKS like the dog was just a prop to get elected.