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Porn Site Claims Sagittarians Are Most Likely To Make Amateur Porn

We bet this dude made a TON of amateur pornos. (Wikimedia Commons)

We don’t put much stock in astrology, but a study by amateur porn site Homegrown Video (link NSFW) suggests your zodiac sign might determine whether you’re into making your own pornos.

“Statistics collected by Homegrown Video over a six-month period found people with the astrological sign of Sagittarius, or those born from November 22 to December 21, are most likely to produce and submit a sex tape for public consumption than those of other astrological signs,” the company’s press release says. Read More

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Match.com Pushes Stats About Slutty Redheads In Honor of St. Patrick’s Day

LOL r u guys serious (Photo: Getty)

Today is St. Patrick’s Day, a day when college-aged Americans celebrate Irish culture and its incredible impact on the U.S. by day-drinking, wearing green T-shirts that were made in Cambodia, and fighting each other.

This year, it’s also the day Match.com decided to release some puzzling statistics on red-haired women’s sex lives. It’s no secret that there are a lot of Irish people with red hair. And now, we have a whole bunch of numbers that seem to confirm the old stereotype that red-haired women are more “sexually liberated,” in Match.com’s words, than women with other hair colors. Happy St. Patrick’s Day, Mom! Read More

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Porn Site Claims 1/3 Of Its Amateur Videos Are Created in Bible Belt

The Bible Belt (Wikimedia Commons)

We daintily gasped and clutched our pearls this morning when we learned a third of the videos submitted to an amateur porn site are created in America’s Bible Belt.

As we learned this morning through an email, amateur porn company Homegrown Video measured the demographics of people who submitted videos to their studio between July and December of 2013. Part of the survey involved measuring the number of video submissions they received per state, and they found that 29.6 percent came from the Bible Belt. So much for all those hours of Sunday school, we guess. Read More

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Study: Only 10 Percent of Users Update Their Facebook Status; Rest Are Too Busy Stalking

The only updates we care about. (Photo: File)

It doesn’t look like a lot of you are going to update your status celebrating Facebook’s birthday. A new survey from Pew Research discovered that only ten percent of its 1.2 billion users change their status daily while just four percent do it more than once a day.

With only a few Faebook users sharing their annoying life announcements, it means that the social network is a one-way conversation “buoyed by Internet voyeurs who relish the ability to document their lives with their friends or the public,” writes the WSJ  Read More

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Pinterest Tops Email When It Comes to Sharing Things, Like Quinoa Pizza Bite Recipes

This looks appetizing to some. (Photo: Pinterest)

When it comes to sharing recipes with Katy, Katie and Cait for things you could just buy frozen at Trader Joe’s, Pinterest has bypassed email as a popular method of distributing items of interest.

The caloric dip look book ranks in third behind Facebook and Twitter as the preferred method for sharing stuff (i.e. articles, links and pictures) according to recent findings from ShareThis.  

The survey focused on people’s distribution habits in the fourth quarter of 2013 and found that people’s impulse to sharing things via Pinterest zoomed up 58 percent.  Read More

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Survey: Using Your Smartphone Before Bed Causes a ‘Hangover’ the Next Day

Picture a kill switch on this. (Photo: Twitter)

At this point, we’re all but convinced that our smartphones are out to kill us. Another nail in our coffin comes from a study that claims using your Dots-equipped device before bed can make you feel “hungover” the next day.

According to researchers from Michigan State University, people who used their phones for business purposes after 9 P.M. saw their energy and productivity levels decrease the next day partly because the phone’s blue light messes with their melatonin levels. Read More