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Study: Americans Gear Up for Black Friday by Fapping

What else are they supposed to do on that line? (Photo: Getty)

If your typical reaction to Black Friday mayhem is a highly nuanced and mature jerking-off hand motion, you may actually be onto something. It turns out that the hours between Thanksgiving dinner and the next day’s bout of mall madness are prime yankin’ it time.

PornHub released some interesting statistics yesterday regarding Internet porn consumption. Some highlights: naughty online activity decreased significantly throughout christendom on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day last year; American porn-watching decreased by about 8 percent on Valentine’s Day this year; and the least popular holiday for porn is New Year’s Eve, which is surprising, because that particular day of the year is usually all about disappointing endings. Read More

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Survey Says Your Boss Is Probably Looking at Porn Right Now

Experts. (Photo: Shermanave.com)

Next time your workplace computer network feels a little sluggish, don’t be so quick to blame Time Warner. It might be infected with a digital STD thanks to your company’s pervy higher-ups.

A recent survey showed that corporate malware is often caused by senior managers peeping at porn on their work computers. Forty percent of malware experts polled said they’d removed the stuff from a boss’s machine, Time NewsFeed reports. Read More

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No Uglies: ‘LoveRoom’ Ensures Only Hotties Will Rent Your Extra Bedroom

All of the users definitely look like this (Screengrab: loveroom.launchrock.com)

Airbnb users who are sick of hosting uggos will be pleased to learn there’s a new startup in town whose goal is to let temporary tenants and landlords match up with hotties they’d like to bang.

Specifically, LoveRoom is “a platform where single people from all around the world can rent their living space to others they find attractive,” founder Joshua Bocanegra told us. “If you like using Airbnb and you like using Tinder, you’ll really like LoveRoom.”

What could possibly go wrong? Read More

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Get Your Morning Off to a Great Start With This Alarm Clock That’s Also a Vibrator

Looks innocent enough. (Photo: littleroosterstore.com)

Like something out of a Sex and the City 3 fanfic tweet, you can now use a high-tech vibrator as an alarm clock.

This cunning clock is guaranteed to put a little moaning in your morning (that’s supposed to be read in a Samantha Jones voice, in case you couldn’t tell). Known as the “Little Rooster,” it costs $64 and promises to stay put between the thighs all night long. Then, the device turns on just in time to turn you on, buzzing you awake so you can start your day feeling as relaxed as humanly possible. Read More

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Hunter Moore Petulantly Insists California’s Revenge Porn Law Can’t Possibly Work

Mr. Moore (Photo: Nate Igor Smith)

The state of California recently signed a bill that makes revenge porn illegal. Violators who circulate naked photos of their exes without permission and with the intent to cause mental anguish could face six months in jail and fines up to $1,000.

It’s obviously a step forward for revenge porn victims who have their lives ruined, but Is Anyone Up proprietor Hunter Moore doesn’t the law is going to help. The “most hated man on the Internet” lashed out against it saying the wording isn’t wide-reaching enough. Read More

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Oracle Employee Charges $33K Worth of Lap Dances to His Company AmEx

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You know how when you go to an important work conference, all you can think about is stopping off at a nearby titty bar afterwards to appreciate some local flavor? One Oracle employee can certainly relate, as the San Francisco Chronicle reports that his company is currently being sued for failing to cough up the $33,545 he spent on lap dances during last year’s Oracle OpenWorld Fest, a giant conference that takes place yearly in San Francisco. Read More

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Wow, Your ROI Is Huge: Advertisers Finally Turned On to Porn Sites

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Prudish and old fashioned advertisers have traditionally eschewed advertising on porn websites out of fear of tarnishing their brands or turning away more staid clientele. But with the fact that porn accounts for 30 percent of all web traffic–and advertising on porn sites is much, much cheaper than running banner ads on places like Google–a handful of pioneering companies have taken to slipping into virgin territory by placing their ads alongside videos of people banging. Read More