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Your Addiction to Facebook Is All Your Brain’s Fault

Lock it up. (Photo: Smedio)

Blame your constant craving of likes, shares and comments on the thirsty section of the brain called the nucleus accumbens.

German scientists discovered that the appetite for improving your reputation on Facebook and how you use the social networking site is linked to a reward center in the brain — the same section that also craves more desirable things like booze, sex and financial gain. Read More

Sext and the City

Sorry, Not Sorry: Millennial Couples Simply Can’t Stop Sexting Each Other

What pretty much everyone's iPhones look like nowadays. (Photo: Blogspot)

We’re about to string some terrible words together, so bare with us: millennial couples just can’t stop sexting each other.

The disturbing results come from a new survey that people who are in a serious relationship or co-habitating are the most frequent sexters — and they do it much more frequently than us singletons.

The survey surmises two plausible reasons for couples’ affection for sexting. One is that it’s a new way of spicing up their boring relations–or perhaps they’re engaging in suspicious activities and sexting other partners. Read More

Survey Says

Smize! Selfies Are Now the Most Popular Genre of Photo

The seflie. (Photo: Hashgram)

Selfies are now the most popular brand of pictures among British youth, thus narrowly beating out the sorority squat and pre-gaming action shots.

A new poll reveals that 30 percent of youth aged 18 to 24 have admitted to snapping selfies. However, more men admitted to taking them than women, so we’d like to humbly request that all of the naughty pictures be submitted to Guys with iPhones. Read More