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What’s the #1 Thing People Lie About on Dating Apps?

What’s the #1 thing people LIE about on dating apps?  Ex-porn star SASHA GREY has her own show on a new channel for gamers called VENN.  And she polled people the other day.

She asked how many of them have lied about these four things:  Their age . . . height . . . weight . . . and how successful they are.

And the one with the most votes was your level of SUCCESS.  It got twice as many votes as age and weight, which tied for second.

43% of people claimed they’ve never lied about ANYTHING on a dating app.

(You can check out the video on VENN’s YouTube page.  They talk about it from 23:50 to 24:35.)

Do You Keep the Lights Off During Sex Just to Save on the Electric Bill?

I’ve used plenty of excuses to turn the lights off during sex.  NEVER thought of this one though . . .

According to a new survey, one out of 10 people say they like to turn the lights off when they get-it-on . . . to save on the electric bill.

Unfortunately, you’re not really going to see those savings add up unless you’re having a TON of sex.

The survey also found it takes an average of about two months before people in a new relationship are comfortable seeing each other naked . . . and 10% of people NEVER want to have sex with the lights on.

(Study Finds)

Five New Stats on Dating Including Dealbreakers and How Half of Single People Don’t Want Relationships

We’ve got the results here from a new survey by the Pew Research Center on dating in the U.S.  Here are five highlights . . .

1.  50% of single people say they’re not looking for dates OR a relationship.  Keep in mind, though, those numbers are skewed a bit by older people who don’t want to date.  Around two-thirds of single people under 40 want dates or a relationship.

2.  The top five dating dealbreakers for people are:  The person lives far away . . . they have significant debt . . . they voted for President Trump . . . they’re 10 years older . . . or they’re raising kids from another relationship.

3.  52% of people say there are cases where it’s, quote, “acceptable” to have an open relationship, even if they wouldn’t be into it themselves.

4.  51% say it’s okay to break up over the phone . . . 13% say it’s okay to break up with a text . . . 13% say it’s okay with an email . . . and 12% say it’s okay with a DM.

5.  18% of people in relationships today met their significant other through work.  Only 12% met through online dating.

(Pew Research Center)

(NC-17) An Adult Toy Company in Japan Makes a Dumbbell You Can Also Have Sex With

Looking to finally start getting back in shape after taking the past six months off . . . but also don’t want to give up all the SELF-LOVING you’ve been doing with your extra time at home?

An adult toy company in Japan called Tenga just created a new product:  A dumbbell you can also have sex with.  (So they just raised the stakes, Shake Weight.)

The product is a nine-pound metal cylinder that’s indented a bit in the middle so you can grip it for curls and other weight training exercises.

But it’s also got a hole in the bottom, where you insert one of Tenga’s love toys that resemble lady parts . . . so in between your sets, you can get-it-on with your dumbbells.

They’re selling them for $520 EACH . . . and if you really want one, they’ll ship it to you from Japan.

(Sora News 24)

(Here’s a picture of the product and a safe-for-work picture of exercises.)

“Folklore” by TAYLOR SWIFT is the #1 album in the country for a sixth straight week after selling another 90,000.  That gives her 46 total weeks at #1 over her career, tying WHITNEY HOUSTON’s record for a female artist. Overall, the BEATLES have the most weeks at the top with 132.

 Trivia:  Who is the first group to have a new album in the Top 10 in the 80’s, 90’s, 00’s, 10’s and 20’s?  Answer:  Metallica…Metallica’s new album, “S&M 2”, Metallica’s second concert release with the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra, debuted at #4 on the album charts, setting a record for the band. By the way, the other two acts (not bands) that have a Top 10 from the ’80s to the ’20s?  James Taylor and Ozzy Osbourne.

 We haven’t checked in on 32 year old Aaron Carter in a bit. Did we know he is doing Cam Soda shows now? Friday night was his first one. He for sure showered and played some naked guitar on his bed. Cam Soda had plugged Aaron’s performance saying he will ‘eat bananas teasingly and peel some with his feet’ during the performance. ‘He will also masturbate for a live audience for the first time ever.’  Online reaction was great someone tweeted ‘@aaroncarter was my first concert and now the first cam model I’ve tipped to watch their show’. Aaron also has an OnlyFans page, where his followers can pay a $27  a month subscription to see exclusive content from him. 

Days after The Batman began filming again in a studio outside London, star Robert Pattinson tested positive for the coronavirus, and production has been halted. Warner Bros. would not confirm it was Pattinson, but did release a statement. “A member of The Batman production has tested positive for COVID-19, and is isolating in accordance with established protocols. Filming is temporarily paused.” The film is currently still scheduled for a 2021 release. 

 The Godfather: Part III might have earned seven Oscar nominations when it was released in 1990, but a lot of people hated it, and it’s universally considered to be the weakest link in the gangster trilogy. The film’s director, Francis Ford Coppola, intends to right this wrong: On Thursday, he announced that he’ll be releasing a re-edited version of the film–complete with a new beginning and ending–in December. The film’s new title will be Mario Puzo’s The Godfather Coda: The Death of Michael Corleone, which Coppola says was his “preferred title.” He also says the new ending represents “a more appropriate conclusion” to the trilogy.

MICHAEL ROOKER (Yondu in the “Guardians of the Galaxy” movies, and Merle Dixon on the first few seasons of “The Walking Dead”) had the coronavirus, and compared it to a WAR happening in his body.  But Friday, he tested negative. In a Facebook post, Michael said, quote, “I’ve been fighting off COVID-19.  And I have to let y’all know it has been quite a battle. Meanwhile, TIFFANY HADDISH said she recently had it too . . . she thinks . . . but she didn’t experience many symptoms. She posted an interview she did with Dr. Anthony Fauci last week, and she said she’s been tested 12 times over the past few months.

For what it’s worth, Britain’s “Sun” tabloid is claiming DAVID and VICTORIA BECKHAM “secretly caught” the coronavirus while partying in the U.S. and U.K., and are worried that they are “super-spreaders.” On a serious note, BRUCE WILLIAMSON . . . the former lead singer of THE TEMPTATIONS . . . died of COVID-19 on Sunday night.  He was 49.  Bruce was not a classic member, he was with the group from 2006 to 2015.


Christopher Nolan’s new movie “Tenet” made $20.2 million over Labor Day Weekend.  Pre-pandemic that would be a pretty weak showing, but it’s the biggest gross in North America since theaters reopened. “Tenet” hit theaters overseas last weekend, and its global total so far is $146.2 million.  Analysts think it has a shot of making $500 million. “New Mutants” earned $3.5 million in its second weekend, while the RUSSELL CROWE thriller “Unhinged” took in $1.7 million.


One of the more famous golf caddies from the movies, Danny Noonan, in 1980’s “Caddyshack” wants to caddy at the U.S. Open Golf Championship.  Actor Michael O’Keefe volunteered his services for this year’s tournament.  The 65-year-old said in a Golf.com article, “If not now, I may not have another chance.”  The 120th U.S. Open will be held without fans this year, and played next week, September 14th through the 20th, in Mamaroneck, New York. Trivia:  What famous musician did Michael used to be married to?  Multi-Grammy winning artist, Bonnie Raitt, 1991 to 1999.


Going over old times with your significant other is fun after so long together. All those experiences that make you the couple you are today. Right OZZY and Sharon OSBOURNE? You know like that time Ozzie tried to choke you to death back in 1989.  The story is in their new A&E documentary called The Nine Lives of Ozzy Osbourne. This is Sharon saying she had just put the kids to bed (AUDIO)

Nicole Young, the estranged wife of music producer and rapper Dr. Dre is asking for nearly $2 million per month in spousal support, as well as $5 million to help her pay her legal fees. According to court documents about the couple’s divorce reviewed by Page Six, Young’s lawyers want $1,936,399 in monthly support, and claim Young is having trouble paying her bills since the couple’s marriage of 24 years collapsed. She also said the rapper kicked her out of their 43,000-square-foot Brentwood home on April 1 “in the middle of the night” and “in a drunken rage.” Young has been living in the couple’s Malibu beach home, and she says he threatened her not to “spend one more cent.” She also said Dre forced her to sign a prenup “under extreme duress” on their wedding day, and accused him of stonewalling her lawyers on his finances. The couple have three grown children together. 

This month is the 35th anniversary of “Super Mario Bros.”  It was first released in Japan on September 13th, 1985.  So to celebrate this year’s anniversary, Nintendo has announced a couple new Mario games.


  • Super Mario Bros. 35is sort of a 35-player “battle royale” in that it lets you sabotage your opponents while trying to survive to be the last player in the game.  It’s classic Mario, but the twist is that any enemies you beat are sent over to someone else’s game.  The game launches on October 1st and will only be playable until March 31


Mario Kart Live:  Home Circuit is played with REAL radio-controlled cars that are equipped with small cameras, so when you watch the action on your Nintendo Switch the rooms of your house become part of the video game.


Jeopardy! GOAT Ken Jennings will be returning to show in a new role when its 37th season kicks off this month as a consulting producer on the show. He will “present his own special video categories, develop projects, assist with contestant outreach, and serve as a general ambassador for the show.” Longtime Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek will also be back, even as he continues to battle pancreatic cancer. Due to coronavirus pandemic, the quiz show will film without a studio audience and with more space between Trebek and contestants. The new season kicks off on September 14.


ANNA FARIS is leaving the sitcom “Mom” after seven seasons, which leaves ALLISON JANNEY to carry the show on its upcoming eighth season.  It’s unclear why she’s leaving, since she was still in the middle of her contract. She just said, quote, “My journey as Christy has come to an end, allowing me to pursue new opportunities, [but] I’ll be watching next season and rooting for my TV family.” Her absence will be addressed on the show, which is slated to start production September 14th.  It was previously shut down in mid-March due to COVID-19.


There’s going to be a recreation of “Golden Girls” with an all-Black cast . . . and some BIG names are involved:  Tracee Ellis Ross, Sanaa Lathan, Alfre Woodard, and Regina King.  In an Instagram post that all four stars shared, it appears that Sanaa is Blanche, Regina is Dorothy, Tracee is Rose and Alfre is Sophia. It isn’t a TV show . . . yet.  It’s some sort of collaboration with Zoom, and the first episode is premiering TONIGHT at 9:00 P.M. Eastern / 6:00 P.M. Pacific.  It’s FREE, but you have to register for it online. 


 Is the world interested in a romantic comedy starring KATHIE LEE GIFFORD???  We’re about to find out. The movie is called “Then Came You”, and it’s supposed to be out next month.  It co-stars CRAIG FERGUSON and ELIZABETH HURLEY. It sounds maybe a tiny bit autobiographical.  Kathie Lee plays a widow who’s travelling the world with her husband’s ashes when she meets a Scottish innkeeper who “changes her life forever.”


This year’s Farm Aid is going virtual, but there will be tons of performers.  Willie Nelson, Dave Matthews, Neil Young, and John Mellencamp will lead the way . . . and guest performers include Chris Stapleton, Jamey Johnson, Brandi Carlile, Margo Price, Jack Johnson, Boz Scaggs, and Bonnie Raitt.  Farm Aid 2020 On the Road is going down September 26th. You can find out more about broadcast and streaming options at FarmAid.org.


Gaten Matarazzo is 18.  Dustin on “Stranger Things”.

Wiz Khalifa is 33.

Jonathan Taylor Thomas is 39.

Pink is 41.  Just Give Me a Reason.

Kennedy is 48.   MTV VJ

David Arquette is 49.


Today’s BURTON BIRTHDAY OF THE DAY….he is the reason that Larry David’s face pops up on Saturday Night Live every once in a while…oh…he also tried to run for president…Bernie Sanders is 79 years young today.

Today’s PORNO BIRTHDAY which is being brought to you by Patricia’s…where fun and fantasy meet is….


MISS Afganistan

Today’s birthday girl has been stripped quicker than a stolen car in 93 fine films including:

  • The Assman Volume 23
  • Beaver
  • Nurses On The Loose
  • Hot Assphalt
  • Rocco’s Animal Trainer
  • Welcome To Sexville
  • Wrestle With The Devil
  • And who could forget…her unforgettable role in….PRIVATE XXX VOLUME 38: EVERYONE GETS FREE ASS


Labor Day is the third most popular day of the year for grilling, behind the Fourth of July and Memorial Day.  So a new study ranked the states that love barbecue the MOST.



They looked at Google searchers and how many barbecue restaurants there are.  And the South dominates the list, but the overall winner might surprise you.



1.  Montana.  Only 16th in barbecue joints per capita, but more barbecue-related Google searches than any other state.


2.  Kansas.


3.  Missouri.


4.  Wyoming.  It ranked second in Google searches.


5.  Oklahoma.  It’s first in barbecue restaurants per capita.


6.  Tennessee.


7.  South Carolina.


8.  Arkansas.


9.  Louisiana.


10.  Alabama.



One state famous for its barbecue did NOT make the Top 10 . . . Texas is in 13th place.



So which states are the LEAST-obsessed?  In last place is Rhode Island, followed by Massachusetts, New York, Connecticut, and New Jersey.






Since we last talked, the Cardinals have had a very up and down weekend.  The up?   They took 3 of 2 against the Cubs. The lost the opener and last nights game, but other than that looked pretty sharp over the weekend.  The down?  Hall of Famer and Cardinals legend Lou Brock passed away. Brock was one of the best players in St. Louis history as a six-time All-Star and two-time World Series champion who was best known for his ability to steal bases. He led the National League in stolen bases eight times during his career, including when he stole a stunning 118 bases in 1974.    The Cardinals will now start a series against the Twins at Busch with a double header today.  The first game is scheduled for 2:15PM and Carlos Martinez gets the start.

Umpire Joe West ejected  Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo from Sunday’s 10-3 loss against the  Braves, saying Rizzo was continuously hollering at the umpires from a luxury suite. West—who said he had already talked to the commissioner’s office Friday about Rizzo’s running commentary during the series — told that office he would put a stop to it if it continued. And..he did.  Major League Baseball said in a statement it had contacted the Nationals about the incident and would be following up with West and his crew.

The Tampa Bay Lightning drew first blood in the Eastern Conference Finals, beating the New York Islanders 8-2 on last night. Whereas the Islanders were only two days removed from their series-clinching victory over the Philadelphia Flyers, the Lightning had an entire week to rest and prepare. That long layoff might have played a role in the result. The Dallas Stars are three games away from the Stanley Cup Final. Thanks to a stellar performance from their goalie and John Klingberg’s first-period goal, the Stars beat the Vegas Golden Knights 1-0 in Game 1 of the Western Conference Final on Sunday.  Game 2 is of the Stars/Knights series is tonight at 7PM.

In the NBA, the Celtics beat the Raptors last night and go up in their series 3 games to 2.  In the West, the Clippers beat the Nuggets and are up 2 games to 1 in that series.  Tonight, the Heat look to knock out the Bucks with a win and the Lakers and Rockets play game 3 with things all tied up.

The New Orleans Saints signed Jameis Winston to a one-year contract this offseason, but it appears that one year will likely be spent on the sidelines.  The Saints released their depth chart for Sunday’s season opener against the Buccaneers, and Taysom Hill is listed as the No. 2 quarterback behind Drew Brees. That leaves Winston, who led the league with 5,109 passing yards for Tampa Bay last year, as the third-stringer. It should be noted that Hill impacts the game in a number of ways outside of backing up Brees. He occasionally returns kicks, works as a wide receiver and takes end-arounds as a rushing threat.

Dustin Johnson came into the Tour Championship with a two-stroke advantage due to his place atop the FedEx Cup standings. So it was only fitting that he would finish the tournament as the winner. Johnson shot a two-under 68 on Monday to finish 21 under for the tournament, besting Xander Schauffele, Justin Thomas and Jon Rahm. He took the two-stroke lead he carried into the tournament and extended it.  With the FedEx Cup win, Johnson earns a $15 million prize out of a $60 million pool.

The French national team announced star forward Mbappe tested positive for COVID-19 Monday and has been isolated from the rest of the squad. He will miss Tuesday’s match against Croatia as part of the UEFA Nations League. The PSG player was the only goal scorer for France in the 1-0 victory over Sweden Saturday.

After seeking a transfer this summer, Messi has reportedly returned to Barcelona on Monday for training ahead of the 2020-21 season. The superstar won’t join his teammates right away because of La Liga’s COVID-19 protocol, but he will train individually until he is cleared. The club has multiple friendlies before beginning its league season on Sept. 27 against Villarreal.

Through no fault of its own, the 2020 Preakness Stakes lost plenty of pre-race hype. After all, the usual second leg of the Triple Crown was bumped back to third this year because of delays in the schedule caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The advantage of being second and after the Kentucky Derby means a Triple Crown is always still in play. Not so much for the third race. After Tiz The Law won the Belmont Stakes in June, Authentic won Saturday’s Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs. That means there will not be a Triple Crown on the line at the Preakness Stakes, which is scheduled for Oct. 3.

And finally – a video to check out — NOVAK DJOKOVIC is apologizing after he slammed a tennis ball in frustration, and it nailed a line-judge in the NECK.  It happened at the U.S. Open on Sunday.  Novak angrily smacked a ball that hit a lineswoman.  It was an accident . . . but it was also unnecessary. She fell over, and he immediately ran over to check on her. Novak was disqualified from the match, and he was booted from the tournament.  Novak apologized on social media.   Quote, “This whole situation has left me really sad and empty . . . thank God she’s feeling okay.  I’m extremely sorry to have caused her such stress.  So unintended.  So wrong.” ((VIDEO: https://youtu.be/M8a0PFleKm4))