Montreal Steak & Blowjob Day | MTL Blog
Mar06

Montreal Steak & Blowjob Day | MTL Blog

Lets be real, men will still have to work for this deal. Every February 14th on Valentines Day men begin to feel pressure. Pressure to upstage every other man by proving to the woman we love just how much we care. But men tend to feel left out on Valentines Day, we slave all week trying to find the perfect gift, we make dinner reservations and plan romantic evenings, we run around like madmen to buy over priced flowers from shops who...

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‘The Voracity’ by Anna Williams | Yatzer
Feb20

‘The Voracity’ by Anna Williams | Yatzer

The Voracity, Issue No5: How To Shoot A Wolf photo © Anna Williams Photography What do a fairy tale witch, a bullet-ridden roast chicken and a carnivorous plant have in common? Not very much, unless you’ve entered the hallucinatory world of visionary photographer Anna Williams, whose online venture ‘The Voracity’ has taken the term ‘online publication’ to a whole different level. But let’s take things from the top: Once upon a time,...

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Twenty Strangers Kiss For The First Time… A MUST WATCH Video! | Yatzer
Jan03

Twenty Strangers Kiss For The First Time… A MUST WATCH Video! | Yatzer

Is love easier to share than we think? Independent filmmaker Tatia Pilieva has created a heart-warming short film titled ‘First Kiss’’ which shows 20 complete strangers sharing one of the most intimate moments two people can have, that is, kissing for the very first time. In the film, men and women of different ages who were asked to kiss without knowing each other are seen feeling nervous and awkward at first, then gradually coming...

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24 differences between locals and tourists in Paris
Dec28

24 differences between locals and tourists in Paris

BY BRENNA DALDORPH Photo: Janssem Cardoso 1. Tourists think the accordion players in the metro are cute and quintessentially European; locals sigh and change metro cars. 2. Tourists queue for macarons from La Durée, locals queue at one of the new Burger Kings. If you thought Parisians were into “MacDo,” then you’ve never heard them talk about “BK.” 3. Tourists in Paris wear hiking shoes and backpacks as if they were going to trek...

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Eating Like A Local In Greece
Dec23

Eating Like A Local In Greece

Every summer, urban Grecians migrate from the mainland to many of the country’s mythical islands. Here, away from the chaos of the cities, Greeks have mastered one of the most enviable arts of Mediterranean living. At the heart of this art is a late afternoon lunch, taken after a soothing wade in the shallows, an invigorating dive from the rocks, or hours lost amongst backgammon, iced coffee, olive, stucco, and bougainvillea.  Under...

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Eating Culture
Dec15

Eating Culture

Food is one of the basics in life since inception. It’s a necessity , an essential element to survival. But it has also become part of cultural activities and rituals. Peter Economides gives us his perspective on the subject. We are what we eat. We are how we eat. We are why we eat. My cultural immersion happened on Sundays in South Africa in the world’s largest kitchen with brothers and sisters and cousins and uncles and aunts....

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