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Lady Gaga, Blood, Semen, Sweat

Lady Gaga was quoted last year as saying that she wanted her new perfume, due out in 2012, “to smell like blood and semen”. To her, the semen represents sex and blood represents primal urges.

In a recent interview with Australian radio host Jackie O, she admitted that the rumours of her eau de blood and semen were true.

She also admitted that she had extracted some of her own blood to add to the concoction.

She claimed it would be “like the sense of having [her] on your skin”.

Real Talk.

And This is Baby Facebook
An Egyptian man has recently named his newborn daughter ‘Facebook’ in honour of the role that the social networking website played in the recent uprising in Egypt.
According to her father, Facebook Jamal Ibrahim will grow up in an Egypt blessed with a greater freedom that Facebook.com helped the Egyptian people obtain.
To him the name Facebook means liberty, happiness and a brighter future. When I call my daughter Facebook it will be because constant use of Facebook.com has entirely eroded my imagination and desire for regular human interaction.

Auckland University Student Needs More Hobbies, Less McDonald’s
An unnamed student at Auckland University undertook a study to determine whether getting the large fries at McDonalds, as opposed to the medium, actually guarantees you better value for money.
He came to the conclusion ‘not really’. He then also got in touch with The New Zealand Herald and told them about it. The Herald not only printed his story, but also conducted follow-up research to confirm his results.
The Herald then conducted the same test at KFC but concluded that the KFC large is significantly larger than the medium.

Imagine that!

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