The Top Five Airports for Hooking Up:
We've got a list here of the top five airports for HOOKING UP, according to some website called MeetAtTheAirport.com that helps people connect when they're stuck at airports.
The rankings are based on the size of the airport, the number of delays, the number of bars, and actual hook-up reports from members of the website. Here's the top five:
#1.) Orlando International Airport. It has 54 bars and restaurants, and a Hyatt Regency Hotel on-site if getting-it-on in an airport bathroom is beneath you.
#2.) Miami International Airport.
#3.) Newark International Airport.
#4.) Boston's Logan International Airport. There are so many delays, you have a lot of chances to get stuck there.
#5.) Philadelphia International Airport.
The Top 10 Costumes for Role-Playing in the Bedroom . . . Including 'Pirate' and 'Nun':
According to the sex-toy website Lovehoney.com, these are the 10 most-popular costumes to wear for role playing in the bedroom.
#1.) French maid.
#2.) Naughty nurse: They didn't give the sales figures for all the costumes, but one in five costumes sold were nurse's outfits.
#3.) Sexy schoolgirl.
#6.) Flight attendant.
"Mega Mosquitoes" 20 Times the Size of Normal Mosquitoes Are Set to Invade Florida This Summer:
Remember THIS when you're planning that once-in-a-lifetime family trip to Disney World this summer. While you're there, there's a CHANCE you'll stumble into a real-life low-budget horror movie about GIANT EVIL MOSQUITOES.
According to entomologists at the University of Florida, a swarm of "MEGA MOSQUITOES" is set to invade central Florida this summer.
The mega mosquitoes are technically called gallinippers. But when they're attacking you, their proper name is probably the least of your concerns. Because they're 20 TIMES BIGGER than regular mosquitoes, and their bites REALLY hurt.
The gallinippers could hatch this summer, because of the flood waters caused by tropical storms. Usually their eggs just stay underground, and don't all hatch at the same time . . . but when the water pushes them above ground, they hatch.
The scientists at Florida say you can keep them off of you with strong bug spray and by covering yourself up as much as possible. Have a great vacation.