It’s Cosmo, shut up, it’s entertaining and possibly educational.
Also, for comparison, here’s 14 things the average guy thinks while going down on a woman. Pretty accurate.
That’s a great question, one the popular TV show of the late 1980s left to the viewer. The title of the show refers to the clear role reversal of the two lead actors, where a woman, Angela Bower (Judith Light) was the breadwinner and a man (although he was not her husband) stayed at home and took care of the house. It challenged contemporary stereotypes of Italian-American young males as macho and boorish and wholly ignorant of life outside of urban working-class neighborhoods, as the character of Tony, played by Tony Danza, was depicted as sensitive, intelligent and domestic with an interest in intellectual pursuits. The traditional male and female roles were further challenged by the character of Mona (Katherine Helmond), Angela’s mother, who was the sexually aggressive and outgoing one, also a role that had become the stereotype of Italian-American males in television and movies. It was perhaps this playful role reversal that made Who’s the Boss? one of the highest rated shows of the 1980s.
During mating season, male koalas can let loose bellows that are way deeper than seem possible due to the koala’s size. This deep noise is pure sex to female koalas, getting their panties all moist and attracts them to the males over long distances, like if you were able to spontaneously croon with the deep baritone of Barry White whenever you wanted. As it turns out, male koalas can produce such sexy vibrations not because of the length of their larynx, but because of folds in the pharanyx just above the larynx, which makes them capable of going as low as 9.8 hz, a frequency that makes Barry White sound like a little girl.
A dress made out of 50kg of chocolate. And now I’m hungry.
I’ve heard good things about RunKeeper and MapMyRun, but if you want more than just distance, Fitbit is good for all kinds of info.