Mantenna - Megan Fox Denies Using Botox

July 8, 2011
Megan Fox denies using Botox, Xzibit claims planking is racist, and cuddling surprisingly makes men happier… the Mantenna always looks on the bright side of life.

Megan Fox Denies Using Botox

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A cuddle a day (or more) makes a man in a long-term relationship happier, according to a new study. Researchers at The Kinsey Institute studied 1,009 couples from the U.S., Brazil, Germany, Japan, and Spain who had been in a relationship between one and 51 years. Half the couples in the study had been in a relationship for 25 years. The participants filled "out a psychological questionnaire on their relationship satisfaction, sexual satisfaction, and factors such as length of relationship, health, and physical intimacy." The results of the study revealed that men in long-term relationships who are kissed and cuddled a lot are happier and more satisfied with their sex lives. Women who have been with their partner more than 15 years "also reported greater sexual satisfaction." The findings were actually the opposite of what researchers expected. Julia Heiman, a psychologist and the director of The Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction at Indiana University, said, "The really useful message is, don't make presumptions about the genders, because there's no way to be sure you're going to be right in any way." Fellas, it's time to get your cuddle on.

Wild Drunk Pictures of Mark Cuban During College Surface

While apparently sifting through his Google+ profile, the cool cats over at Deadspin stumbled upon a large number of weird and wild pictures of Mark Cuban during his rugby years at Indiana University. In classic Cuban fashion, after the site emailed him to see if it was okay to post the wacky stills on their site, the Dallas Mavs owner responded by captioning the whole slideshow instead of ignoring the embarrassing online request. Cuban wrote: "All of these pictures are from old Indiana rugby parties from back in the day, from before and after I played for the team...Did we do stupid shit back then? Absolutely. Even then, we knew it was stupid. We also knew it was harmless. We could beat the sh*t out of each other on the field and know that we would come together afterwards and drink and be stupid and be friends. Anyone who has played the sport will tell you what a beautiful thing it is." The picture Cuban took of his homies doing the world-famous Indiana University Elephant Walk has to be the strangest of the lot. What's the world-famous Indiana University Elephant Walk? Hit Deadspin to find out, guys. You've been warned.