Trump's long track record of making misogynistic comments and engaging in lewd conversations about sex took on a new and much darker tone on Friday night, when the Washington Post published audio of Trump, caught on a hot mic in 2005, bragging about how women let him do whatever he wants to them because he's a celebrity.While Trump's comments — in which he describes forcing himself upon women — stand apart from anything he has said in the past, Trump has long engaged in sexually explicit banter over the years, particularly on Stern.One of the first jobs I got upon graduation was at the headquarters of one of Singapore’s post-secondary education institutes. One of them lecherously ‘checked me out’ from head to toe as I was talking to him in the corridor, on my way to the pantry. I remember at least 2 men at management level being rather vulgar in their behaviour.Mind you, he was what we would call a ‘religious man’, forever reprimanding students to dress decently and behave virtuously!As a point of information, all of the above men are married and in their 40s or 50s.
A self-described loner with no real friends, Tostee turned to the only group he trusted, and declared that he wanted to change."Recently I have decided that enough is enough and I need to start socialising properly again, and build up a network of friends," he wrote."There are few things that feel better than connecting with other people, and I have had virtually none of that for half a decade."Tostee may have felt out of place in the real world, but under the pseudonym of "Balcony Brah" and "G T", the Gold Coaster was right at home on the Misc.
It has been met with hot denials by Ryan O'Neal, but - and I'm sorry to break it to you this way, Ryan - you'd be the last to know.
According to Dr David Holmes, a psychologist at Manchester Metropolitan University, women are having more affairs than ever - recent studies say the figure is around 20 per cent for men and a bit over 15 per cent for women - but they behave very differently from men when they cheat.
It was five o’clock on a Sunday in May, two hours before showtime, but already thousands of K-pop fans had flooded the concrete playa outside the Honda Center, a large arena in Anaheim, California.
Tonight’s performers were among the biggest pop groups in South Korea—ee, f(x), Super Junior, EXO, TVXQ! In the United States, Korean pop music exists almost exclusively on You Tube, in videos like “Gangnam Style,” by Park Jae-sang, the rapper known as PSY, which recently went viral.
Trump is willing to engage in the discussion about his own daughter, telling Stern that she did not get implants.