When a guy steps foot in a Victoria's Secret store, like sharks that smell blood in the water, sales associates make a beeline for him. They know that most guys just want to get something and get out, because they feel awkward.
Fellas, you'll be steered toward the more expensive stuff because sales associates know you feel out of place, so you'll probably buy whatever they recommend. Women like to hear about the sales going on because sure, they like frilly underthings, but they also like getting a great deal.
Don't believe me? According to a former employee of Victoria's Secret, the training associates receive includes taking advantage of guys' awkwardness to hit sales goals. That's right...a woman just used you for your money.
Ironically, Victoria's Secret originally opened its doors to provide men with the opportunity to buy their wives lingerie without feeling awkward.
Surprisingly, he got numbers from girls you can tell had no idea what he was talking about.
How should a guy's size be measured? Well, I can't really imagine too many guys worry about how it affects the size pants they need to buy, so I'm going to go with the most accurate way to measure would be when a man is aroused.
Enter Condomania, the company that recently released size stats by state, based on their sales. Since what they sell certainly takes into about size when aroused, I'd say it's a good indicator of what guys in each state are packing when it comes to the bedroom.
Where do guys in the DMV fall?
-Guys in the District beat out Maryland and Virginia to snag the #4 spot.
-Guys in MD came in ahead of VA, at number 12.
-Guys in VA weren't too far behind at number 18.
Not bad, fellas, not bad at all! The rankings are based on sales of different size condoms, which obviously take into account a snug fit on every size in the spectrum.
Okay, you wanna know who was first in size? Well, men in North Dakota must really be packing, since you'd have to take into account shrinkage due to the cold climate up there.
Dead last? Mississippi. See where other states fall here.
Even an ex-pro skier doing flips with his skis can see it end poorly.
Case in point: former World Cup skier Didier Cuche, showing off his skills until one of the skis flies through the window of a bus parked nearby.
I don't speak French, so I don't know for sure what the bus driver said as he surveyed the damage, but I can make an educated guess.
Police say actor Paul Walker and his friend weren't drag racing when they crashed the Porsche they were riding in, and an eyewitness backs up that story.
Another friend said that the guys were trying to fix the car, and actually took it out for a test drive.
Surveillance video from a building near the crash captured the accident on camera. You can see the moving car between the trees, and then you can see the plume of smoke after it explodes.