The Hot Octopuss Pulse II is billed as the world's first "guybrator", and it claims to be fun to use flaccid or erect. I have to admit that I was exceedingly sceptical when I first heard about this product, but my trusted male reviewer helped me realise that this could be a very fun purchase for some guys.
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Ever bought a multi-mode vibrator and wondered how the manufacturer settled on those particular patterns? (No? I guess I'm the only sex toy nerd around here then). It turns out that most manufacturers just take a shot in the dark, but there's one company out to change that by giving women the power to find the vibrational patterns they actually enjoy.
The G-spot evokes confusion for a lot of people. Does it exist? How do you get to it? The Njoy Pure Wand is a beautiful, no-nonsense toy that will help you find and stimulate your G-spot with ease, and have some jaw-dropping orgasms to boot.
Something I didn't realise when I decided to grow a beard was the horrendous effect this would have on my bathroom. When you clip your beard with a trimmer, stubble ends up everywhere. It's as if someone took a cheese grater to a Yeti.
Suzie Price is an Australian psychic and self-described "ghost whisperer" who purports to be able to communicate with the dead. Last week, we arranged for Suzie to conduct a face-to-face psychic reading with three Lifehacker staff: an ultra-sceptic, a fence-sitter and a true believer. The results were not what we were expecting...
Last month, Google unveiled the Chromecast: a $US35 HDMI stick that can stream content directly to your TV, and it sold out nearly immediately due to the low price. We haven't been given a release date for the Chromecast in Australia yet, but in its current form it seems clear that despite its promise it will need some tweaking to beat rivals such as Apple TV or Roku.
Today's offer of free breakfast at McDonald's was a free hash brown. To see just how much you can get from the deal, I visited six Melbourne CBD McDonald's over the course of an hour, tried to score a free hash brown at each one, and tested the speed of the free Wi-Fi as well. How did I fare? How was the free Wi-Fi? And will my waistline ever recover?