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  1. Weird

    Man Draws 365 Dick Doodles for His Wife

    "In February 2013, my wife bought a white board. I told her I was going to draw penises on it every day." Thus begins this masterpiece of a video from the aptly titled Youtube user 365DaysofPenises, who kept his promise and uploaded the NSFW yet sweet results to the internet so we may all know what beauty his love has wrought.

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  2. Science

    Science Finally Tackles the Tough Question, “Does Your Dog Love You?”

    Thursday February 20th is world "Love Your Pet Day." That's all well and good, but do our pets--specifically dogs--love us back? That's what researchers at the University of Adelaide wanted to find out, and they're getting answers by studying puppies. Sometimes science is adorable.

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  3. Weird

    Here Is A Bra That Only Unhooks If You’re In Love, Because Japan

    If you've always wanted undergarments that respond directly to your heart rate and body secretions, Japan has got your back. For its tenth anniversary, lingerie company Ravijour has developed what they're calling the "True Love Tester," a bra that will only unhook if it senses that you're in "true love." Did I know we could "sense" that now?

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  4. Weird

    What Is Love? We Spoke to the Merriam-Webster Lexicographer Defining It

    "Love" is a word we all use and understand, but defining such a complex idea seems like a daunting task. That's why we're so fascinated with Emily Brewster. She's the Merriam-Webster lexicographer tasked with writing the "love" entry for the new edition of Merriam-Webster Unabridged. She spoke with us about her work.

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  5. Entertainment

    [Updated] The Geek’s Guide to Dating Advice: How Do I Meet Other Gay Women Geeks?

    We've enlisted the help of author Eric Smith of The Geek's Guide to Dating to write a weekly geek dating advice column. Our first question is a little out of Eric's realm of expertise so he brought in Esther Zinn of SheSeek to help out. So, how can a geeky women find each other? Eric and Esther are here to help!

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  6. Entertainment

    Episode Two of The Geek’s Guide to Dating Web Series is Online and Adorable

    Geekosystem friend and contributor Eric Smith wrote The Geek's Guide to Dating. To promote the book he's done a web series asking geeky couples about love, dating, marriage, and even how babby is formed. Check out episode two with geeks Lansie Sylvia and Andrew Panebianco.

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  7. Science

    Heartbreak Can Be Just as Bad as Physical Pain, and AsapSCIENCE Wants To Show You How [Video]

    Fun fact (your mileage may vary on the "fun part"): heartbreak isn't just an abstract concept. It's something that occurs in the same part of your brain that also gets triggered when you experience physical pain. But why, and how? AsapSCIENCE has a theory that they want to share with you, as well as a great suggestion for what to do when you're suffering a loss.

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  8. Weird

    Send Us Your Geek Dating Questions, We Want to Help

    If you have questions about love and geekdom we want to hear them. We're bringing in geek dating expert Eric Smith, author of The Geek's Guide to Dating to field your geeky love queries. Email them to me at glen@geekosystem.com, or if you want to ask anonymously you can do that through our tips submission form. Help us help Eric help you.

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  9. Weird

    10 Valentine’s Day Foods So Touchingly Sweet They’ll Rot Your Teeth

    If the best way to someone's heart is through their stomach, then why bother spending bundles of cash on gifts and flowers when you could just make your special someone a dish sure to impress? When it comes to Valentine's Day treats though, remember that presentation is just as important as flavor. Fortunately, we've got you covered there, as these tasty snacks and sweets can make you look like a serious Casanova regardless of your culinary skills. Even if your idea of a great home-cooked meal is Chef Boyardee, you're certain to find something you can master here. Chef don’t judge, and neither will we.

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  10. Science

    AsapSCIENCE Explains Everything You Need To Know About Love (Probably Not)

    Speaking from a purely hard science point of view, we don't get what makes that special someone so special... but we're getting closer to understanding it. AsapSCIENCE is back with its latest installment just in time for Valentine's Day, and they're taking a look at the science behind that crazy little thing called love. Sit back and enjoy it by yourself or with that special someone -- you might even learn a thing or two.

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  11. Entertainment

    Win Over That Foxy Nerd You’ve Had Your Eye on With These Geeky Valentines

    Sure, you can go the traditional hearts and flowers route on Valentine's Day, but if you read this site we're willing to bet your interests lie elsewhere. Is there a cute girl in your particle physics lab, or perhaps a handsome Dungeon Master in your life? Maybe you just want to tell your mom how special she is. Regardless, here are some geeky valentines to tell someone you love them, and if you're lucky they'll say, "I know," then get frozen in carbonite and taken away by Boba Fett.

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  12. Tech

    Email Fail: Couple Shares Steamy Sexual Conversation With Entire Office

    A wise man once said that love knows no bounds, but that declaration was obviously made at a time prior to the advent of email. Melanie Anderson and Eric Knisz, an engaged couple working for the Scottish oil company Integrated Subsea Services, learned in the worst way imaginable what happens when one is a bit too quick sending out messages. The two had spent the afternoon exchanging steamy emails back and forth when Anderson wanted to notify her fellow coworkers that the sandwich truck had arrived outside the premises. She accidentally included the emails in her forward, so the entire office learned that lunch was right outside the door and the humiliated couple's bedroom adventure the previous night was pretty "ace."

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  13. Weird

    Former Police Spy Sues Department for Failing to Stop Him From Falling in Love

    If you spend eight years working undercover in order to infiltrate an environmental movement, things are bound to get hairy. It's a complicated process to live a lie, and returning to the real world after everything's said and done is even more difficult. Mark Kennedy, known during his undercover operation as Mark Stone, found this out for himself at the beginning of last year. Now the disgraced former police officer is taking things a step further. He's suing the Metropolitan Police for damages between £50,000 and £100,000 -- or $80,070 and $160,140 -- for failing to prevent him from falling in love. Seriously.

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  14. Science

    Study Shows That When Women Say “It’s Not You, It’s Me,” It Is Totally You

    Women who have settled down with a long-term partner who is stable, dependable, and less than entirely sexy are legion, a fact for which less than entirely sexy men are thankful every day. Trust us, we know. New research from a team at UCLA shows that the operative word in that sentence might be "settled," suggesting that women still hold their partner's lack of a full head of hair and a six pack -- PBR doesn't count, dudes -- against them. When they're at their most fertile, women in relationships with average looking fellas demonstrated signs of being less happy with their partners, and more prone to find faults or criticize them, than women whose partners have it going on in the looks department.

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  15. Science

    Cities Make Coyotes the Best Lovers

    Contrary to how celebrity gossip and popular television period pieces tell us humans react, a new study has found that living near a city in an urban area is actually beneficial for the coyote. Instead of having an affair in a swanky ad office with a coworker who is also having an affair, coyotes that live in an urban area end up being monogamous, sticking with the same mate -- without straying -- for as long as the study examined them.

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