New Winnie-The-Pooh Book • German Geeks Learn How To Flirt

• The first authorized sequel to Winnie-the-Pooh and The House at Pooh Corner will be published October 5th, 2009, under the title Return to the Hundred Acre Wood. •

• As part of an ongoing prostitution case, a Guatemalan woman testified today that she was smuggled into the U.S. and forced to live as a sex slave in Los Angeles. • The announcement of Candace Parker's pregnancy has led some to speculate on how her pregnancy will affect the future of the WNBA. • Female cheetahs, lacking a regular reproductive cycle, ovulate only after hearing the male cheetah's "stutter bark." Talk about sex on command! • An elderly couple died only 90 minutes apart in a hospital in Ohio. • In a recent interview, Hugh Hefner discusses his daughter, the girls next door, and "staying young." • Last September, a drunk Australian man approached several women on the street and stroked a latex vagina he was carrying around with him. What's up with Australians and their sex toys? • A new procedure may help to stop heavy menstrual bleeding for women approaching menopause. • What is it with dalmatians lately? A British woman is trying to sell her collection of 3,500 black-spotted items, which includes dalmatian-spotted toilet paper. • Experts are speculating that Americans may pick up a few "recession pounds" due to an increased desire to eat cheaply, and thus give up healthy foods, like fresh fruit and vegetables. • In 2006 the U.S. hit its highest birthrate in four decades. • A new study shows that couples who are more physically affectionate have higher doses of oxytocin, the "love hormone," which may help to lower stress. • A German university is now offering "flirting courses" for IT engineers where they can learn skills like mastering the flirtatious text and impressing people at parties. Do they not have Cosmo on the Continent? •

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