A number of women across the country have listed their positive pregnancy tests for sale on Craigslist – and there is no shortage of motivated buyers. One expectant mother in the Buffalo, New York area is selling her used sticks for $25 each, The Daily Dot reports. Another New Jersey mom writes: ‘Wanna get your boyfriend to finally pop the question? Play a trick on mom, dad or one of your friends?
WOMEN WHO SPILL THEIR GUTS IN THE CHAIR BEWARE: A stylist at one of New York’s leading blow-dry bars has revealed that for many of his clients, the blow-dry bar washes away their dirty secrets. ‘I get women ready for dates – and I get them ready to go back to their husbands,’ Gregory Patterson tells Allure magazine. He says he can easily spot the 7am clients making a pit stop during walks of shame.
A new investigation has lifted the lid on the global fashion industry dynamics that make designer swimsuits so expensive. Every summer women in changing rooms around the country wonder why they feel compelled to pay hundreds of dollars for a suit that covers just a few inches of skin. For my MailOnline story, I interviewed Melissa Odabash – who explained that engineering a swimsuit is every bit as challenging as a shirt or dress. [. . .]
Spyware that works via GPS is marketed as a way to keep children safe or find lost phones, but a growing number of apps claim users can conduct NSA-level surveillance for less than a cup of coffee. There are now apps available that allow you to read a partner’s text messages, listen in on calls, and check calendars. Some even remotely turn on a microphone so users can listen in to what their lover is doing at any time. [. . .]