Ian, a young fan attending an Arizona Diamondbacks game, was ecstatic when a ball tossed into the stands by Milwaukee Brewers’ second baseman Rickie Weeks ended up in his hands.
However, when Ian noticed that a younger kid — who had botched the chance to catch Weeks’ flip before it reached Ian — was sulking over his failure, Ian immediately went over to the pouting boy and offered him the baseball.
By promoting idealized relationships full of multiple orgasms, condom-less sex, and trouble-free pregnancies, relationship expert Susan Quilliam believes romance novels are having an adverse effect on the sexual health of women.
In a paper published in the Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care, Quilliam writes that “a huge number of the issues we see in our clinics and therapy rooms are influenced by romantic fiction.”
In this video, a young man at a wedding performs a spirited and solo dance, much to the delight of everyone watching.
It’s the type thing that will often happen at a wedding, after some cocktails have been consumed. But what makes this spirited solo wedding dance different than most is that at this wedding there was a fountain — the kind of fountain that will sneak up on a guy when he’s paying more attention to his spastic gyrations than his immediate surroundings.
Check out the latest addition to the canon of wedding fails below.
Rory McIlroy shredded the course, lapped the competition and wrote his name in the record book 12 times Sunday during a dazzling 16-under par, 8-stroke US Open victory at the Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, MD.
Among the US Open records the 22-year-old from Northern Ireland set included the lowest score after 36 rounds, the lowest score after 54 and the lowest total score – a mark he shattered by four strokes.
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