Friday, February 15, 2013

Stupid Ads For Unnecessary Feminine Products Of The Day

Check out these ads for a new Playtex wipes. This is what happens when ad agencies try to get creative with products that don't really need creative advertising. The wipes are for post-boinkal cleanup, but I'm guessing this is yet another product that women don't need to use on their women-parts despite what advertisers say. Can you say bacterial vaginosis?

I'm all for pervy juvenile sex puns, but these made me feel kinda dirty.

News: Woman's Uncontrollable Sex Drive Caused By Rabies

Link from Hannah.
Woman's Uncontrollable Sex Drive Caused By Rabies

This is a story all about a 28-year-old woman in India who everyone just assumed was a nympho. But then she died. Turned out she had rabies.

Complaining to doctors that she was constantly aroused, often with no stimulation, she was referred to a doctor at the Sri Gokulam Hospital. There, staff discovered that the source of her infection was a small bite from a puppy a few months earlier. She died four days later.

Fear of water caused by paralysis of the swallowing muscles is a relatively well known symptom of the disease but hypersexuality is another under-reported but not uncommon symptom of rabies. This occurs when the rabies causes inflammation in the brain.

Pet vaccination programs have been largely successful in staving off the disease in the U.S. But around the world between 55,000 and 70,000 people die of rabies each year.

8 Famous People Who Died In The Bathroom

Adding indignity to injury. From


Elvis's addiction to prescription drugs was well known, and on August 16, 1977, he was found dead on the bathroom floor in his Graceland mansion. A vomit stain on the carpet showed that he had become sick while seated on the toilet and had stumbled to the spot where he died. A medical examiner listed the cause of death as cardiac arrhythmia caused by ingesting a large number of drugs.


Millions came to know Orville Redenbacher, founder of the popcorn company that bears his name, through his folksy television commercials. He sold the company to Hunt-Wesson Foods in 1976 but remained as a spokesperson until September 20, 1995, when he was found dead in a whirlpool bathtub in his condominium, having drowned after suffering a heart attack.


Claude Fran├žois was a French pop singer in the 1960s who had a hit with an adaptation of Trini Lopez's folk song "If I Had a Hammer." On March 11, 1978, Fran├žois's obsession with cleanliness did him in when he was electrocuted in the bathroom of his Paris apartment as he tried to fix a broken light bulb while standing in a water-filled bathtub.


On July 3, 1971, Morrison was found dead in his bathtub in Paris. He reportedly had dried blood around his mouth and nose and bruising on his chest, suggesting a massive hemorrhage brought on by tuberculosis. The official report listed the cause of death as heart failure.


Actor and former boxer Robert Pastorelli was best known as Candace Bergen's housepainter on the late 1980s sitcom Murphy Brown. He also appeared in Dances with Wolves, Sister Act 2, and Michael. Pastorelli struggled with drug use and in 2004 was found dead on the floor of his bathroom of a suspected heroin overdose.


Scandalous 3rd-century Roman emperor Elagabalus married and divorced five women, including a Vestal Virgin (a holy priestess), who under Roman law should have been buried alive for losing her virginity. Objecting to his sexual behavior and his habit of forcing others to follow his religious customs, his grandmother and aunt murdered Elagabalus and his mother in the emperor's latrine. Their bodies were dragged through the streets of Rome and thrown into the Tiber River.


In May 1968, blacklisted actor Albert Dekker (Kiss Me Deadly, The Killers) was found strangled to death in the bathroom of his Hollywood home. He was naked, bound hand and foot, with a hypodermic needle sticking out of each arm and obscenities written all over his body. The official cause of death was ruled to be accidental asphyxiation.


Controversial comedian Lenny Bruce was famous in the 1950s and 1960s for his satirical routines about social themes of the day, including politics, religion, race, abortion, and drugs. On August 3, 1966, Bruce, a known drug addict, was found dead in the bathroom of his Hollywood Hills home with a syringe, a burned bottle cap, and other drug paraphernalia. The official cause of death was acute morphine poisoning caused by an accidental overdose.


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