Not feelin' it in the bedroom? Try a little maca. This root vegetable has been cultivated for thousands of years in the Andes Mountains. Related to the radish, it has a vaguely sweet butterscotchy odor. And it's known for its very special powers oft used to arouse sexual desire (it's also used to varying degrees in the treatment of erectile dysfunction). Bonus: it can also boost your immune system.
The love is gone, and you just need a place to take out your frustration? Take it out on this little guy who will gladly accept every single stab you make at him. Cook yourself a nice dinner while you're at it. It will make you feel oh-so-much better.
Why is it that every time someone says they're getting a divorce people immediately look crestfallen and say that they're sorry? The majority of the time, this is good news – the end of something that was meant to end and, finally, the chance to start fresh. Comedian Louis CK said it best: "Divorce is always good news. I know that sounds weird, but it's true because no good marriage has ever ended in divorce. That would be sad. If two people were married and ... they just had a great thing and then they got divorced, that would be really sad. But that has happened zero times." So next time someone tells you they are getting un-hitched, don't be sorry, just give them a hug or a high five .... and a drink.
OhMiBod just may be the future of the vibrator. Powered by your iPhone/iPod, this snazzy device vibrates to the beat of your favorite tunes, making it the perfect accompaniment to your next breakup. After all, it will make even the saddest of Adele tunes into far more than a simple tearjerker.
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