Bare Naked Survivor
What can you say about a movie called "Bare Naked Survivor" except...Tits Ahoy! This bosom-proud parody of the CBS game show takes six women (five former Penthouse Pets and a lone Playboy Playmate) to the Pacific island of Butta Cheeka in a joyfully silly exercise in tropical survival of the sneakiest.
In many ways, "Bare Naked Survivor" is the ultimate family film, spanning the generations and genders with its appeal. For young boys at the age when they are tripping down that hormonal obstacle course called puberty, "Bare Naked Survivor" offers rock-solid proof that the notion of girls being "icky" is the great lie of childhood. Of course, pre-pubescent boys will get a kick out of the topless frolicking for the sheer sake of watching something they know they shouldn't (even if they are too young to understand why the viewing taboo is so strict).
If you fancy a shag - turn your webcam off
If you fancy getting naked and sweaty with your girlfriend, it might be a good idea to turn your webcam off. Or at least turn it away from the action, or hang your underpants over the lens.
Unless of course you're faking the whole accident thing, and you really want to get your girlfriend into Readers Wives.
Taco Bell robber nabbed after waiting for chalupa
A youthful thief on a bicycle and brandishing a toy gun held up a Taco Bell through the drive-up window but had to wait so long for a chalupa that he ended up getting caught, authorities say.
The robber pedaled up to the fast food outlet's window just after midnight on Monday. Waving what appeared to be a gun, he threatened the staff and demanded money and a chalupa, a soft taco-style specialty.
Thai masseuse says holds secret of bigger breasts
Khemmika na Songkhla says she has enlarged the breasts of thousands of Thai women over the past 14 years -- not with chemicals or silicone but by using traditional Thai massage.
Six days of muscle manipulation and $380 in fees will, she says, make any woman's breasts between one and four inches bigger. Customers seem happy and even some doctors say the century-old technique may work, although it costs the equivalent of 100 days pay for unskilled workers in Bangkok.
Man cited in Cookie Monster assault
A man's plan to have his young daughter meet the Cookie Monster crumbled when he was arrested for allegedly assaulting the furry blue Sesame Street character.
Police say Lee P. McPhatter, upset that the Cookie Monster would not pose for a picture at the Sesame Place theme park, shoved and kicked the employee inside the costume. McPhatter, 22, of Waldorf, Md., denies the allegations.