The male treasure tail, also referred to as the “happy trail,” “tiger line,” or “garden path,” is the growth of abdominal hair the travels vertically from chest, down the naval, and ending at the pubic area. It is a highly sensual (and sexual!) part of a man’s body. Some treasure trails are more distinct than others, but if there’s one thing […]
(YouTube link) See that big black blob in the water? That’s not an oil slick -it’s a school of fish! Still, when a swimmer gets close to them, it looks like a drop of dishwashing liquid in greasy water as the fish try to avoid a potential predator. Show More Summary
Warning: Spoilers ahead for the first eight episodes of "Orange Is The New Black" Season 2. Please stop reading now if you haven't caught up to this point.What's going on Episode 8 puts Piper back in the crossfire, Rosa gets an amazing backstory and finally Mendez returns. Show More Summary
It's Too Motherfucking Hot: Here's how to survive 90-degree temperatures in Seattle. Reefer Madness: Slog went crazy for legal pot this week! Here's where you can smoke. Here's what the pot packages look like, although they need a little work. Show More Summary
The first and only recreation pot store in the Evergreen state was forced to close on Friday after running out of stock just three days after Washington became the second U.S. state to allow pot sales to adults. But Seattleites shouldn’t fret. Show More Summary
The first legal marijuana store in Seattle was forced to close down on Friday, just two days after opening. The reason — they ran out of pot. Sale of recreational marijuana became legal in Washington this week, just the second state in the U.S. to allow pot sales to adults. The first store in Seattle
Residents are smoking a lot of pot: Six months into marijuana legalization, the Colorado Department of Revenue has issued a new report outlining findings about the size of the newly legal market. It turns out that the demand for marijuana far exceeds earlier estimates; according to the report, statewide demand is at a whopping 121.4 […]
What do some @SeattlePD officers think of @CityAttyPeteH buying legal marijuana? This was posted at the West Precinct pic.twitter.com/UFKldv4PZ7— KIRO 7 (@KIRO7Seattle) July 10, 2014 On Thursday, KIRO Radio's Brandi Kruse ran this story...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON — The District of Columbia could vote and legalize marijuana use within the city and where advocates say it’s a civil rights issue, not a health issue. Reuters reported that the pro-marijuana group DC Cannabis Campaign collected 57,000 signatures to put the measure on the November 4th ballot in D.C., where only 22,373 was […]
He puts the “high” in rehired. The Spokane, Wash. man who caused a buzz in national media after he was canned from his job for smoking legal pot Tuesday has been brought back by the temp agency that originally fired him.
Mark Regnerus, the Christian sociologist infamous for a miserably flawed study about LGBT parents, is upset. He's upset because earlier this month, researchers from the University of Melbourne in Australia released the world's largest study of same-sex parents and their kids. Show More Summary
The first guy to buy legal pot in Washington just got his job back... after his employer admitted they jumped the gun by overreacting to the fact that he's a self-admitted recreational stoner. Mike Boyer tells us... the security company told…
And the one-sided war of words rages on!! After it was announced yesterday that Rosie O'Donnell would be returning to The View as a co-host, professional pot stirrer Elisabeth Hasselbeck had some choice words for her forever frenemy. As if calling in to Fox & Friends on her day off wash't enough, Elisabeth continued her opinionated rage [...]
The type of metal your pots and pans are made of can affect how quickly or evenly they heat, but so can their shape. That's why kitchenware manufacturer Lakeland sought out the expertise of an actual rocket scientist to help design its unique flared pots and pans that better distribute heat for faster cooking and less burning. Read more...
While state-licensed pot stores began selling marijuana only this week in Washington, they have been open for business in Colorado for six months. Possession and consumption of marijuana have been legal in both states for 18 months. In my latest Forbes column, I consider the consequences so far. Show More Summary
His mellow will not be harshed.
"It can also make the difference in today's crowded field of expertly grown pot, where one high is often as good as another."All marijuana is derived from two parent strains: indica, which is associated with a sleepy body high, and sativa, which is believed to make users more energetic. Show More Summary
Q: I hung two IKEA Asker ceramic pots in my kitchen window for potted plants. I accidentally broke one this week and figured, "No problem, I'll just get a new one from IKEA." They are missing from the IKEA website now - have they been...Show More Summary
Whether you're making coffee, ramen or a gourmet Italian dinner, the odds are that you boil at least a pot of water every day. That adds up to a lot of energy use - but UK kitchenware manufacturer, Lakeland recently teamed up with a rocket scientist from Oxford