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  1. Weird

    Thai Anti-Cheating Hats are Stylish and Functional

    Cheating at Bangkok's Kasetsart University is apparently so bad that they've taken to requiring students to wear anti-cheating helmets (pictured above) when taking tests. I caught a few kids cheating when I worked as a teacher, but it was never so bad that I considered busting out silly hats.

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  2. Weird

    How to Look Like You Can Solve a Rubik’s Cube [Video]

    Not everyone can solve a Rubik's Cube, and that's okay. I know I can't. That isn't to say a number of people aren't capable of learning how to solve one, but it sounds like a frustrating process. I'd much rather just not know. Sometimes, though, it's nice to look like you're smarter than you really are, and thankfully Matt Parker has us covered. By following the steps in his video, you can look like you're solving a Rubik's Cube without actually doing so. Granted, you'll need a completed one to start with, so someone might have to help out at first.

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  3. Science

    Women Can Tell A Cheating Man, Men…Not So Much

     

    Cheating men may have reason to feel nervous that their significant others know what they're getting into on the side, while women engaging in flings could have an easier time hiding their indiscretions from their mate. That's according to a recent study from the University of Western Australia. Published this week in the journal Biology Letters, the study found that women were reasonably accurate at determining how faithful a man had been in his life just by looking at his face. Men in the same study, meanwhile, showed no such skill, thereby living up to the stereotype that we're never paying attention to anything. Way to go, dudes.

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  4. Science

    Hormone Could Keep Married Men Loyal To Their Wives

    While it's too late to save the late, great General David Petraeus from his philandering ways, future generations of men could be in luck. While the Lord may have made a rambling man, research suggests that a quick shot of the hormone oxytocin could be just what the doctor ordered for married men who want to keep their vows sacred while being constantly confronted with women they could conceivably have sex with. Which to most men is, yes, all women.

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  5. Weird

    Player Caught Hiding Blank Tiles at Scrabble National Championships

    The National Scrabble Association does not condone cheating. Also, the National Scrabble Association exists. One of the United States' top young Scrabble talents was caught hiding blank tiles, and subsequently ejected, at the game's national championship tournament in Florida. The executive director of the National Scrabble Association, John D. Williams, Jr.,  has said that this is the first recorded incident of cheating at a national tournament. What a shame.

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  6. Weird

    Anti-Cheating Ring Imprints “Married” Onto Finger, Reminds Us Not to Marry a Cheater

    Most likely some kind of hilarious joke, this ring is not only made of titanium, but hides a dastardly secret: It imprints the word "married" onto your skin. You know, to stop you from cheating in that very small scenario that someone who knows you're a cheater would buy you a ring because of it instead of leave you, and also for when the person you're going to cheat with actually cares that you're married.

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  7. Weird

    Over 200 Students Confess After Professor Uncovers Mass Cheating on Exam

    University of Central Florida professor Richard Quinn found out a large portion of his students cheated on an exam in his class, which led him to perform a little investigatory work, supposedly discovered who a large portion of the suspects were, and gave the above fourteen minute lecture where he presented the class with two options: Admit they cheated and there won't be a permanent record of their cheating, or be handed over to the university authorities and suffer the consequences. Not such a difficult choice.

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  8. Weird

    Registrations on Cheating Website Shoot Up Tenfold the Day after Mother’s Day

    How did you spend your Mother's Day? Maybe you woke up in the morning and brought your mom breakfast in bed. Some of you might have bought flowers and candy to your grandmothers. Jewelry may very well have been involved. Personally, I treated my mom and family to a late dinner. She still nagged me about forgetting my sweater, but it felt nice being out and being able to say, "Thanks, Mom, for giving birth to me and putting up with my neuroses."

    Or maybe you didn't do much of anything. Maybe you forgot to buy a gift for your wife, or partner, and hoped to high heaven that it would be ok come Monday. Maybe you slept on the couch, or got into a fight so bad your ears are still ringing. But hey, it's ok, right? It's one day of the year, so you tell yourself you'll make up for it next time while you try to remember your anniversary.

    Monday passes, and the tension starts to die down. You kiss your lady goodbye as you both head off to work, and all is right with the world. You're in the clear, right? Bad news. Remember Greg from the 4th floor? His wife left him yesterday. Momlogic gives one reason:

    "31,427 Women Signed Up to Cheat after Mother's Day."

    And every married man in the room starts to sweat.

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