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Forget what you know about sex

GENTLEMEN, we need to talk about your performance in the bedroom. Chances are you think you’re pretty good at sex, and your clever partner probably makes all the right sounds in all the right places so your ego gets a boost. Yup, there’s a fair chance she’s faking it. A study from the United States has revealed four in five ...

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The ten best suburbs to live in

EARLIER this year, Sydney was announced as one of the least affordable cities to live in the entire world, behind global metropolises like New York and London. So it comes as no surprise that the city which boasts one of the most beautiful harbours in the world is nowhere to be seen in a new survey ranking the best Aussie ...

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Kim’s weird insult: What does it mean?

THERE’S a new word on everybody’s lips today thanks to Kim-Jong-un’s colourful slapdown of US President Donald Trump. Google searches of the word “dotard” have reportedly surged after the North Korean leader used it to describe his American nemesis. So what the hell is a dotard? The Merriam-Webster dictionary Twitter account, known for its hilarious Trump trolling, moved quickly to ...

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How Yes vote has been ‘derailed’

MANY in the Yes campaign must be wishing they could rewind the clock to Saturday, September 10. A day when 30,000 people marched through the streets of Sydney in cheerful agreement of same-sex marriage. Less than a fortnight later and, on the back of a horror week, the pro-same-sex marriage campaign is in damage control. A sacking, a rant and ...

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Billboard divides 1.3 billion people

A CONDOM ad featuring Sunny Leone, India’s most Googled celebrity and a former porn star, has divided the entire country. Manforce, the contraceptive company behind the condom ad, has been accused of using the Hindu festival Navratri to boost sales. The company came under fire for billboard ads throughout the state of Gujarat which read: “This Navratri, play, but with ...

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Pill testing at Australian music festival

A CANBERRA music festival will become Australia’s first to provide pill testing for festival goers. The ACT government has decided to allow pill testing at the Spilt Milk festival to go ahead on November 25. Attendees will be able to access the free service provided by the Safety Testing and Advisory Service at Festivals and Events (STA-SAFE) consortium. The testing ...

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Frances Abbott gets ripped for bikini comp

SHE MADE headlines this week after declaring her support for same-sex marriage on Instagram. Taking to the social media site, she told followers that she “doesn’t care for politics, but I really do care for love” while wearing a VOTE YES T-shirt. But while pledging her support, the 26-year-old has also been gearing up for her debut as a bikini ...

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Foul fluid in airport soap dispensers

VISITORS to the Detroit Metro Airport found themselves in a sticky situation when they tried to use a soap dispenser and a “bodily fluid” leaked out instead. Crews were working to replace all the dispensers Thursday as officials said an “unusual substance” was found in the soap at several locations, according to WDIV-TV. Cops are not identifying the substance but ...

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Baggage handler caught swapping luggage tags

IF YOU flew out of Singapore between November and February and your luggage was somehow “misplaced,” you might have Tay Boon Keh to blame. Keh, 63, who worked as a baggage handler at Singapore’s Changi Airport, has been charged with 286 counts of mischief after it was discovered he was purposely swapping luggage tags seemingly for the thrill of it, ...

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Stop doing this in Southeast Asia

WE KNOW this sad story all too well. Young, carefree Aussie heads over to Thailand or Bali for a tropical holiday. They soak up the sun, hit the surf, sip on cocktails, buy a Bintang singlet and hire a scooter to get around. It is a rite of passage that many young Australians enjoy. Until it kills them. This week, ...

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