Last Week’s 10 Biggest Posts

Last Week’s 10 Biggest Posts
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You wanted cheap airline horror stories, orgasm tips and grammar myths debunked. Kick off your Monday by checking out the ten most popular posts from Lifehacker Australia last week:

  1. How To Have A Super Intense Squirting Orgasm [NSFW]
    It’s official: squirting has become “a thing”. Once considered fringe, many people are now eager to have the novel, intense, next-level orgasmic release that squirting offers. Here’s what you need to know to learn how to squirt or to make your partner squirt.
  2. ‘It Was Infested With Flies’: 23 Horror Stories From The Worst Airlines In The World
    Last week, Skytrax named and shamed the world’s worst airlines via its annual Star Ratings report. Airlines that received two stars or less were found to be below average in multiple categories and generally sucky across the board. But how bad are they really? We trawled Skytrax’s customer review page to find out what actual passengers have been saying. Some of the stories we found can only be described as living nightmares…
  3. Cortana On Windows 10 Officially Comes To Australia
    Good news folks. Microsoft has made Cortana for Windows 10 available to Australian users. Previously, the digital personal assistant was only accessible in seven countries. The list has now grown to 10 with the addition of Japan, Australia and Canada.
  4. Ten Popular Grammar Myths Debunked By A Harvard Linguist
    Primary school students learning how to write simultaneously learn the rules of grammar, and the two approaches can be difficult to balance.
  5. Plan Your Free Online Education At Lifehacker U: September 2015 Edition
    Your education doesn’t have to stop once you leave school. We’ve put together a curriculum of some of the best free online classes available on the web for the latest term of Lifehacker U, our regularly updating guide to improving your life with free, online university-level classes. Let’s get started.
  6. Bring Back Dry Humping
    Remember when you were a desperate teenager, furiously dry humping on the basement sofa in the throes of young passion? Don’t leave dry humping in the dust: do it tonight.
  7. Netlfix Has Apparently Reduced Piracy In Australia
    It seems the arrival of Netflix has made pirating movies and TV shows less appealing to Australians, according to research by consumer advocacy group, Choice.
  8. Ask LH: Are All My Favourite Netflix Movies About To Disappear?
    Dear Lifehacker, I just read a news report on an Australian tech site that said Netflix will be losing a bunch of content this month. Apparently, around 80 movies and TV shows are set to disappear. The same story is appearing on multiple Aussie sites. Are these reports accurate? If I lose access to Around The Twist, I’m going to flip out! Jennings Freak
  9. How Apple’s Mobile Ad Blocking Will Hasten The Death Of Online Advertising
    Apple is about to open a new front in the ongoing war against online advertising. The new version of its mobile operating system, iOS 9, will support ad blocking by Safari, its mobile web browser.
  10. Artificial Intelligence And Human Emotion: Why The ‘Frampton Test’ Matters
    Forget the Turing and Lovelace tests on artificial intelligence: I want to see a robot pass the Frampton Test. Let me explain why rock legend Peter Frampton enters the debate on AI.