A female "Viagra" pill has been put up for federal review this week that promises to boost sexual desire in women.
- So you can wait years for the pill to get approved...or just take your wife to see "50 Shades of Grey".
Speaking of "50 Shades of Grey"...
-During the run, all movie theater concession stands have replaced the "M&M's" with "S&M's".
- Also Reese's Peanut Butter Cups only come in size Double D.
A new study has found that napping can relieve stress and strengthen the immune system.
- This explains why Ruth Bader Ginsberg looked so relaxed when she woke up during the State of the Union.
Britain is hosting the first ever Small Penis Convention to encourage health body images for men.
- So far not one guy has signed up to attend...but a lot of their wives have.
Rolls Royce unveiled a new model at the Paris Auto Show that's designed to chauffeur pets.
- Don't they already have a car for Dogs? It's called the Land "Rover".
A new Dr. Seuss book is being published using materials that were found in his home 22 years after his death. The book is call, "What Pet Should I Get?"
- His relatives were thrilled with the discovery saying, "A new book! Oh Me... Oh My! More Money for us! From our favorite Dead Guy!"
IMPORTANT NOTE: Don't forget that the 28th Annual Salvation Army Bed & Bread Club Radiothon is coming up a week from tomorrow, February 27, on 760 WJR. The Bed & Bread Club feeds 5000 Metro Detroiters every day, 365 days a year, and shelters 600 men, women and children every single night. I hope you'll tune in and contribute to this vital program! In fact you can even donate RIGHT NOW by calling 248-528-0760 or going to WJR.com. I will be behind the mic from 7pm to 10pm along with Jackie, Big Al and some of the other "Purtan's People" from my radio show. I look forward to once again being a part of this incredible 16 hour event...starting at 6am and going to 10pm...and thank you in advance for your support!!!
For a look at just how bad the situation in Detroit is...especially for the kids...click on the link. Poverty & Kids In Detroit