Cuddling is the act of holding a person close to bond and get intimate, but not have sex. It is mostly done by couples and close friends and family to show love and affection. Little did we know that THERE IS a person so-called as an expert cuddler.
Meet Mike Fine, a 33 year old comedian based in New York, who swears to have cuddled over 10,000 women in his lifetime. He said he cuddles an average of seven women per week, spending about an hour with each. He also joins cuddling parties, where he cuddles multiple women in one evening.
Interestingly, he does not charge for his cuddling ‘services’ because he claims that he really is just into cuddling.
He also said that he would choose cuddling over sex any time of the day.
“Girls automatically assume guys are out to f*ck. They think there’s something wrong when I tell them I’m into cuddling. I’d choose cuddling 10 times out of 10 [over sex] — it’s more intimate. And at least cuddling I know I’m good at. Sex is like a chore, a routine — it’s like going to the dentist.”
Amy Fuks, 29, is one of Fine’s clients. She has given Fine rave reviews, saying, “You could tell he knows what he’s doing.” Amy is only one of Fine’s many clients who schedule cuddling sessions with the expert cuddler.
Fine may not be charging for his services now, but will he eventually do?
We think he could make great money with that, what do you think? Share your thoughts in the comment box below and share this post to your family and friends too!
H/T: NY Post
Beware: Gorgeous Women Specifically Target Unsuspecting, Travelling Men in this ‘Scam’.
After meeting in a bar, they went back to his place. But she has no idea it’s a trap!
I thought that only women are targeted by strangers on the road. Well, here's a story which proves that men are at risk of dangers too, particularly when they travel alone.
Canada's Travel and Escape TV station has a YouTube channel that features travel tips, exotic dishes, and a traveler's personal accounts. The channel also helps tourists to be on guard by exposing scams that specifically target travelling men and women.
Conor Woodman, the host of Travel and Escape's "Scam City"
Conor Woodman, the handsome host of Scam City, wanted to expose "The Black Widow"- a scam that involves young women who eye older men at bars, pretends to offer sex only to steal her victim's money and personal belongings. Conor volunteered to be the target of this con-game so he went to a bar and waited, while the show's crew set up hidden cameras and microphones to capture the moment on tape....
This Buddhist Monk Just Defied Physics by Meditating in a Pot of ‘Boiling Oil’
Magical powers, basic science, or plain trickery?
A news about a fascinating feat being performed by a Thai monk has raised the curiosity of people on the internet. As we all know, monks practice different types of meditation that display their discipline and strength... some people even call this magic.
The Triptaka also known as the ancient Pali Scriptures contain records of such miracles performed by monks. Do you think this Thai monk's act will someday be included on such scripture?
Thai monk sitting in a vat of boiling oil
In the video, a monk from Nong Bua Lamphu, Thailand is seen peacefully praying in a vat filled with boiling oil, as the fire underneath it continuously burns. Several of his followers pass objects such as amulets and fabrics for him to touch, believing that they too will be bestowed with his "magical powers". Apparently, some of these objects are also sold to other places of worship and to the community....
This is the Best Bus You Can Ride on Your Way to Work
Welcome on board the newest coffee and smart-gadget friendly bus.
For most of us who have to commute to and from work almost everyday, taking the bus is something that we dread doing, especially during Mondays. You have to sit on your butt during the long ride to the office and you’re stuck trying to get some much-needed sleep or make do with fidgeting with your smartphone. Now if you’re in THIS bus, you may not want to get off the ride.
This café-style bus launched by Leap is drawing raves from commuters in San Francisco. The inside of the bus is spacious, making it more comfortable for passengers. It has power outlets which you can use to plug your gadgets in. There’s free WiFi, so you can easily pass the time surfing the net while drinking your coffee. And yes, the bus serves drinks too.
See what this bus looks like:
So how do you get hold of this bus? Just use your GPS to track it then use the app to book your passes. What’s more, you can check out its customized social media and browse the profiles of other people who take this bus, which will come in handy if you encounter a cutie during your ride.
Right now, there are only four buses of this kind roaming around San Francisco. We do hope that there will be more of it soon.
H/T: My Modern Met...