STICKS AND STONES MAY BREAK MY BONES BUT WHIPS AND CHAINS EXCITE ME

Rihanna (who has legs for days) has popularized the S&M phenomenon lately with her hit single. However, little did she know how popular this apparently is throughout the United States. College students perfected internet social networking and just as true with life and humans, they have since evolved. 8 schools across the United States have now joined a new social networking site to promote casual hook-ups between students of different schools: www.eduhookups.com.

Do students really need websites to hook up? If you need to join the EHarmony of college websites for sex, then you are probably missing the point of college to begin with. College is there to expand your knowledge, help kids grow into adults, and ultimately experience things you will never get to after you complete your 6 year graduation plan. The advancements in technology has definitely changed the way in which we meet people. Just a decade ago, Jay-Z rhymed so eloquently when he was big pimpin’ and spendin’ G’s, “put your number on the paper, cuz I would love to date ya.” He was referring to asking a love interest their number and writing it down. Who does that anymore? Nobody, since we all just put the numbers in our cell phone nowadays and don’t remember what the “digits” were.

Of all this, the craziest related story deals with the most heated college rivalry in Los Angeles finally “coming” together. UCLA and USC have found a way to throw out the animosity and consummate the relationship between the two So Cal schools when two students, one from USC the other from UCLA, have sex in public on the USC campus in front of 100s of people. Makes you wonder if they were set up by today’s college match.com or went old fashioned and started out with a coke date. For more images: http://imgur.com/a/2RfCA#z6flC. (Note these pics should be viewed by adults only)

MY ADVICE: NEVER FILM WHAT YOU DON’T WANT THE WORLD TO SEE…

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