Monday, August 4, 2014

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News: Maybelline Introduces New Ideal-Woman Rubber Mask To Use In Place Of Makeup

From The Onion.




Maybelline Introduces New Ideal-Woman Rubber Mask To Use In Place Of Makeup

NEW YORK—Touting it as their most stylish and advanced beauty product to date, officials from global cosmetics brand Maybelline unveiled Thursday the Ideal-Woman Rubber Mask, a flexible facial covering that can be worn over the head in lieu of makeup.

“Instead of spending hours each morning applying multiple cosmetic products, now women can simply roll out of bed, grab their stunning latex polymer beauty mask that has been molded to accepted standards of female beauty, and stretch it snugly over their face and hair,” Maybelline spokeswoman Jessica Healy said of the one-size-fits-all contoured masks, which designers carefully crafted with rouged cheeks, pouty full lips, high cheekbones, and a small taut chin for maximum physical appeal.

“In the short time it takes to line up the mask’s mouth, nose, and eye holes with your own features, you’ll easily achieve a look that would have otherwise taken hours to create, allowing you to confidently go through the day without ever having to pause to reapply.”

Maybelline executives noted that the Ideal-Woman Rubber Mask is only available in Caucasian.

18 Archaic and Amusing Terms For Sexual Intercourse (Of The Day)

From Mental Floss and Daisy.
"Here are the most adorable terms for sexual intercourse from the last 600 or so years. Many of them have origins so obscure they hardly make sense at all, but that doesn’t detract from their bawdy adorability in the slightest. When it comes to the ol’ houghmagandy, a little mystery goes a long way."

Play nug-a-nug (1505)

Play at couch quail (1521)

Ride below the crupper (1578)

Fadoodling (1611)

Princum-prancum (1630)

Dance the Paphian jig (1656)

Dance Barnaby (1664)

Shot twixt wind and water (1665)

Blow off the groundsills (1674)

Join giblets (1680)

Play at rumpscuttle and clapperdepouch (1684)

Lerricompoop (1694)

Ride a dragon upon St. George (1698)

Houghmagandy (1700)

Pogue the hone (1719)

Have one’s corn ground (1800)

Horizontal refreshment (1863)

Get one’s ashes hauled (1910)


(more terms here)

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