You wanted: Sex terms you need to google, how to watch the Aussies win gold, time management tricks. Kick off your Monday by checking out the ten most popular posts from last week.
- 10 Sex Terms You Probably Need To Google
For many of us, the act of sex is just as important as eating food. And yet, while we constantly seek out new and varied culinary experiences, we tend to stick to the basics when it comes to sexual intercourse. This is a mistake that you should definitely rectify.
- New On Netflix: The Best Just-Added Movies And TV Shows
From TV drama to documentaries, original films to stand-up comedy, Australia’s streaming services are getting new content added all the time. Read on to see all the content that will be added to Stan, Netflix and Foxtel On Demand’s libraries in April.
- Gold Coast Commonwealth Games 2018: How To Watch Online And For Free
The Commonwealth Games are being held on the Australian Gold Coast this year – which translates to more Aussie athletes and more Aussie medals. (Aussie! Aussie! Aussie! Etc.) Here’s everything you need to know about watching the Commonwealth Games in Australia for free.
- 26 Time-Management Tricks Everyone Should Master [Infographic]
Lifehacker is constantly testing new and unusual ways to get things done faster – from the “It Follows” horror movie method to the tried and tested Pomodoro Technique. Sometimes though, all you really need in your life is some basic time-management advice. Here are 26 tricks that will help you get back on top of your life and work schedule.
- How To Use The Coolest New Features In iOS 11.3
For those who missed the memo, iOS 11.3 is now available for all iOS devices. Here’s how to find all of its most compelling features and updates.
- Why You Should Switch To Microsoft Edge
If you use Microsoft’s Edge browser in any capacity, congratulations! You’re incredibly rare, so much so that services like Statcounter don’t even have your browser of choice in its top-six list.
- Master These 7 Grammar Tips To Instantly Sound Smarter
Poor writing can make others think you aren’t intelligent. I’m the executive editor of a magazine and know firsthand how grammar can change the meaning of a sentence. Don’t get caught up in miscommunication. Master these simple tips.
- How Not To Care When People Don’t Like You
When I was in high school, I found out that my friends didn’t like me. One of the girls in my “group” told me I wasn’t invited to a birthday party because “everyone” thought I was annoying — which, to be honest, at 15 I probably was — and for months I was ostracised. It took some time for me to worm my way back into the gang, but until then, I was devastated and I swore I would spend the rest of my life being likeable.
- Is It Legal To Keep The Wrong Takeaway Food Order?
A McDonald’s customer in Sydney has been questioned by police after failing to return the wrong takeaway order. The customer decided to eat the incorrect order – which exceeded his purchase by approximately $17 – to save himself a trip back to the store. This resulted in police arriving at his house to accuse him of stealing. (Yes, really.) So is it legal to keep takeaway food you receive by accident?
- Uber Vs Taxify Vs Ola: Which Ride Sharing App Is Cheapest? [Updated]
Uber has ruled the ride-sharing roost since it launched in Australia six years ago but with public sentiment turning sour and the arrival of ride-sharing services like Taxify and Ola, is Uber still the cheapest way to get around? Let’s take a look.