Following their series of print PSAs for MTV reminding everyone that "sex is no accident" GREY Germany present a few animated spots that, ahem, hit the spot rather nicely. See, Germans do have a sense of humour after all.
Tuesday, December 20, 2011
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Despite what Twitter has been saying all day, Jon Bon Jovi is, in fact, very much not dead... Living On A Prayer even. So just Keep The Faith and Never Say Goodbye. If he goes one day, it'll be in a Blaze Of Glory on a Bed Of Roses, In these Arms and not with all that Bad Medicine being dished out online. In the meantime, here's a little Somethin For The Pain.
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What you see before is a rad pic of Victoria Secret's Angels being all sexy for the holiday season and fittingly, Darling Brew's Xmas edition of their yummy craft beer. It tastes a lot like Cinnabon apparently. The beer, not the angels. Though I'm sure I'm not too far off the mark there. You would have seen Xmas Brew at the Neighbourgoods Market on Saturday, but only for a moment. It sold out in 45 minutes! So, a big THANK YOU to @Cederdog for holding on to a case for some of his favourite peeps. To those of you who know me, you should prob come past for a sampling of what will absolutely be a mouthgasm of note!It's gonna go quickly. As for the rest of you, well, you'll just have to keep your eyes peeled for this most festive of craft beers.
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Doors - an enormous 10-story public art installation made from 1,000 reused doors by South Korean artist Choi Jeong-Hwa. Why? Well, he says he can't draw or paint. Go figure. Head over to the Creators Project to find out more about him.
Posted by He who says hmm... at 11:15 AM
According to Sarah's lusciously sharp-witted tongue (get your mind out the gutter, boys... oh and that girl in comfortable shoes, you too!) apparently "if you donate $25 to do good stuff for people in Haiti you could win a chance to have me say naughty things on your outgoing voice mail." Need I say more? Here's the website with all the info you need.
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What makes this awesome isn't that it's a reminder of our humanity, it's that Gifts For Strangers has grown from 20 people in Toronto last year to hundreds in 23 cities across North America just this week. Get your city involved. Check out giftsforstrangers.org
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