The affair: Maybe you've considered it. Maybe you're in it. Today's women are acting on the urge, more than ever before, a new survey reveals.Four in five married women has had a fling -- the highest numbers ever recorded, according to one group of researchers. In fact, the numbers of cheating wives now equals the statistics on cheating husbands, according to a study by Tom W. Smith with the National Opinion Research Center.In these ... and the City days, that's hardly startling. "Society has given women permission to be ... ually active, and it's perfectly clear why women do it ... it's for the same reasons men do. They're not getting what they want out of their marriage," says David Kaplan, PhD, a marriage counselor with 15 years under his belt, and now a spokesperson for the American Counseling Association.When asked what was the number one reason that drove them to cheat on their husbands, 75% said "SMALL man-meat". The workplace, working out, the Internet -- women have more ... ual opportunities than ever before. With better salaries and no children, the stakes seem low if they are caught.. Member reactions:
Impressive chop, and nice write up.Congrats on the wood, tiger.
The Chinese have launched their first "breeding" satellite, with the sole mission to carry seeds of vegetables, fruits and other plants into space, expose them to cosmic radiation and micro-gravity in hopes they mutate into better breeds which can be cultivated on earth upon return.I know that every fifth person on earth is Chinese, so they are the experts when it comes to breeding and cultivation. But launching a bag of seeds into space in the hopes that they mutate into something better is like sending Mel Gibson in space and naively hoping he'll come back sober. Or launching Paris Hilton into space in hopes she'll bring back new strains of STDs for scientific research. OK the last one may actually be pretty plausible provided that there's at least some "matable" life on other planets. Still, the Earth could be a safer place if Paris were 'boldly staying where no one has stayed before'
In this contest you are asked to photoshop one of the following:
1) Show how gardening and cultivating (fruits, vegetables, or other plants) will happen in space (on planets, moons or in free space). Including (or not) astronauts is up to you.
2) Spacecrafts made (in part of full) of fruits or vegetables
3) Planets or sun made of fruits or vegetables