Over the years, Facebook has transitioned from a place you might head to connect with friends you don’t necessarily hang out with in a physical space – to a place you go to, to be blasted with adverts, fake news and cat videos. That's changing.
While porn is often seen as the domain of lecherous men, one of Pornhub’s biggest search terms in 2017 was “Porn for Women,” which saw a 1400% increase. Also popular for some ungodly reason? Rick and Morty porn parodies.
Human sexuality is weird, wonderful and awfully confusing. Some people are attracted to the opposite sex, others have same sex attractions, some are attracted to nothing at all. Of course there are people whose tastes deviate quite wildly from these perceived norms – including those who are sexually attracted to inanimate objects. Or video games.
I am, famously, a bit of a Grinch. I’m not especially fond of this time of year. I hate the music, I hate the crowds in malls – and I mostly hate all the “Christmas” food.But hey, there's beer and video games!
The latest ebook bundle from StoryBundle comes from Kevin J. Anderson's WordFire Press. This selection of novels and short story collections covers the gamut of genre reading, including science fiction, fantasy, urban fantasy, supernatural, post-apocalyptic, superheroes, and horror.
For the most popular videos around, YouTube decided to pull a Solomon and divvy their list into two parts this year: One for trending videos which scored millions of hits, and one for music videos which also registered plenty of activity. This year’s crop of the top trending videos include an entire history of the world, that Ed Sheeran fella (twice!) and the Rubiest of Goldberg machine engaging in some ping pong.
We’re big, big fans of the Nintendo Switch here at Critical Hit. Home to many of last year’s best games, Nintendo’s hybrid machine lets players play on the go, or dock the system at home and play on their TVs. It’s wonderful, and allows lapsed gamers who struggle to fit games into their lives return to their once-favoured hobby. Now, we're giving
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