Last Week’s 10 Biggest Posts

You wanted: Crazy Super Bowl ads, an overview of NBN installation costs and 12 myths about sex debunked by science. Kick off your Monday by checking out the ten most popular posts from last week.

  1. Here Are All The 2017 Super Bowl Ads [Updated]
    Whether you’re a fan of American football or couldn’t care less, the Super Bowl final is always worth a watch if only for the assortment of crazy ads. Each year, the world’s biggest brands spend insane amounts of money to debut new commercials in this highly coveted time slot.
  2. Re-Watch The 2017 Super Bowl Half-Time Show Here!
    The 2017 Super Bowl between the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons was a real nail-biter with the former pulling off one of the greatest comebacks in sports history.
  3. What I Learned Doing Push-Ups Every Day For A Month
    At the beginning of January, I happened upon a video you may have seen: A young woman doing push-ups for 100 days. She starts out “scrawny”, but gets stronger. I wanted to do that. So I did, and you can too.
  4. This Is How Much The NBN Spends To Hook Up Your House
    During its entire eight-year existence, the cost of pushing fibre all the way to the home has proved a political headache for the NBN. The former Labor government planned for almost universal fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) but the Coalition, citing excessive costs, sacrificed performance and scaled the rollout back to fibre-to-the-node (FTTN) — leaving old copper lines in place for last few metres.
  5. Fairy Bread Is An Abomination
    Sometimes in life you lack perspective. Sometimes you’re just too close. To the situation, to the person. Sometimes untenable attitudes or ideas become normalised. Like they’ve always existed, like they cannot be questioned.
  6. 12 Myths About Sex You Need To Stop Believing [Infographic]
    Sex is kind of a big deal. It’s something we spend loads of time thinking about, engaging in and actively pursuing – yet bona fide experts on the topic remain few and far between. In short, most of us know dick about it.
  7. Planhacker: How To Fill Your Phone With Cheap Data
    A smartphone without a big whack of mobile data is like a sports car without petrol in the tank. Almost everything we do with our phones requires an internet connection, so there is no point cheaping out on a plan with puny data inclusions nowadays.
  8. Foxtel Offers 200GB Bundle With Sports, Movies And Broadband For $99 A Month
    In today’s era of affordable streaming, live sports are the only compelling reason to pay for Foxtel. Thankfully, things just got a bit cheaper for NRL, AFL and motorsports fans: you can now get Foxtel Sport and Entertainment packs in a 200GB broadband and home phone bundle for just $99 per month on a 12-month contract. Here are the details.
  9. 25 Vintage Super Bowl Ads You Can’t Unsee
    On the first Sunday of February, the world’s most profitable brands duke it out on television’s biggest advertising stage – AKA the Super Bowl. Each company has just 30 seconds to grab the public’s attention and stand out from the crowd, resulting in some truly jaw-dropping commercials. No concept is too big. No bikini is too small. No celebrity is too expensive. Here are 25 Super Bowl ads that live on in our minds like horrible, beautiful dreams.
  10. Lovehacker: My Cuckolding Wife Still Wants Me To Be Her Slam Piece
    Dear Lovehacker, my wife and partner of 15 years has left me for a guy she met online in the MSN days. But she wants me to stay living in the house to fulfill her needs. She has been talking to him on and off for the entirety of our relationship and has secretly flown out to see him when I’ve been away.

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