Mantenna - Monday, February 2

February 2, 2009

Pats quarterback Matt Cassel gets urinated upon, Zack Snyder dishes about the possibility of a Watchmen sequel, and the 10 sexiest videos of girl-on-girl's the Mantenna!

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10 Extremely Hot Girl-On-Girl Kissing Scenes

Two girls locking lips and sucking face is the ultimate male fantasy. There is nothing hotter than two fine-looking babes playing a game of tonsil hockey. TV producer knows this and use girl-on-girl action as a way to increase ratings. And thank God they do. Manofest has watched hours and hours of television to find the 10 hottest girl-on-girl television scenes. [Manofest]

Models Now 50 Percent Off

Models across the world are feeling the effects of the global financial crisis and are now offering their services at a massive discount. Anna Chyzh, a 23-year-old model from the Ukraine, told Reuters that she needs to work even though she is being paid much less than usual. She said fees are “"Half price! It's half-price everywhere, in Milan, even in New York."So if you’re in the market for a model, get ‘em while they’re going cheap. [Reuters]

Matt Cassel’s Got Peed On

Patriots quarterback Matt Cassel was out in Tampa when a drunken fan tried to cut in front of him in line for the urinals.  Everybody knows Cassel is a stickler for bathroom etiquette. However, the fan was not so level-headed.  He followed Cassel to the urinal and purposefully wetted down Cassel’s pants.  The bouncers threw him out, and Cassel went back to partying.  One can only assume that he hunted the drunk down later to administer a National Football League-level beatdown. [With Leather]

Zack Snyder Talks About Watchmen Sequel

A few new Watchmen images hit the net today, as well as some interesting interview gossip straight from the mouth of director Zack Snyder himself. In discussing whether or not he’d ever do a sequel to Watchmen, Snyder talks about the necessity of more source material, such as a graphic novel follow up to Watchmen. Seeing as that’s not likely to happen in the near future, neither is Snyder’s involvement in another film. He seems to think that none of the actors from the film would be interested, either, though his underestimation of an actor’s greed is unparalleled. [Cinematical]

Erykah Badu Twitters Her Baby's Birth
This weekend Erykah Badu and boy toy rapper Jay Electronica sent out Twitter messages of their daughter's birth in real time. Badu started the experience by telling more than 4,500 of her Twitter followers, "Everybody stand back. No hospitals. No doctors. No medicine. We're waiting for the midwife to show." Yuk. [Pitchfork]

Tommy Lee's Helicopter Forced To Land By Police


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Tommy Lee is tangled in a police investigation after officials forced his helicopter to land amid reports the aircraft was flying erratically. The Motley Crue drummer, who was not piloting the plane, was reportedly told to land at the Van Nuys airport in Los Angeles at approximately 10:45 a.m. on Sunday after the LAPD alerted flight officials. Police went on a search for the pilot, who was found at a nearby hotel approximately 10 minutes after landing and taken into custody to issue a blood alcohol test after admitting he had been drinking. [MTV]

Iconic Citreon DS to Make Its Return in Geneva

As part of its 90th anniversary, Citroen will announce plans for the revival of it's legendary DS range, starting with the DS3, to be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in March and set for sale in the middle of 2010. The mid-segment 2012 Citron DS4 will follow, going on sale in the beginning of 2011. The top-of the-line 2011 DS5 will follow at the end of the same year. The new DS range of vehicles will be positioned higher than their corresponding C3, C4 and C5 stablemates, and will likely feature more striking designs and luxurious appointments. We'll catch our first glimpse of the Citroen DS3 in less than a month. [Automobile Magazine]

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