This has nothing to do with style and beauty... or does it?
Just in time for China's Qixi Festival, a celebration of love and romance also known as Chinese Valentine's Day, a savvy Chinese businessman has found a clever way to market and upcharge everyone's sexy fruit: put a thong on it.
Attention Costco, Trader Joe's, Kroger and Walmart shoppers: Your fruit might be tainted.
Summer is coming, and you know what that means: watermelon. Watermelon slices, watermelon salads, watermelon smoothies, vodka-soaked watermelon chunks. And if you notice gents appearing a little more intrigued than usual, you can credit the idea that watermelon might do erections some good.
Turns out, fruit and cocaine have more in common than you thought! A psychological experiment at the University of Bourgogne revealed a novel way to help people shed extra pounds: Sniffing fruit. You just get some fruit, and then you sniff it. Sniff it. You love it. Sniiiiiiiiff iiiiiiiiiiiit. SNIFF THE FRUIT.
Are you worried that your mons pubis looks like a yeti, whereas most ladies house a pristine and proud (and patriotic?) bald eagle between their legs? Well, fret no more (or continue with the non-fretting) because sex isn't actually the hairless squirting facial bonanza that many pre-teen boys imagine it to be. But…
Doctors at two NYC hospitals will soon start giving patients Health Bucks — $2 coupons that can be used at any of the 142 farmers markets across the city. If these bucks start making people less fat, the pilot program could expand to other low-income neighborhoods.
If only we could get kids as excited about fruit as this dog is. Michelle Obama, please sign this puppy up for your healthy school lunches team. With this dog's help, the United States of America could get back on top!
And now, a bit of sad news to help you mourn your fading Sunday — some poor, anonymous soul at the BBC is allergic to bananas, a fact that has prompted fellow staffers implement a banana-ban in "specific areas of the newsroom."
Stock photography is one of my favorite things about the internet. It's so corny and mysterious and strangely telling—like this weird mirror universe where everyone wears the same camisole and eats yogurt all day with confused white babies. It's like a window into Heaven for the most boring person in the world.
[Jayca writes: "It's a happy cherry! Found it this morning while chomping through a bag of juicy red goodness. Unfortunate picture highlights my nicotine-stained, also-chomped-on fingers, but happy cherry is still awesome!" Image via the Jezebel mailbox.]
Fruit Ninja is not just a video game. It is an educational experience, full of zen wisdom.
The fruit in the Harry & David catalog may not appeal to you, but what about cookies? Cheesecake? Peppermint bark!?!?! Ugh. So hungry right now.