31 Year Old Guy Only Dates Old Ladies

Everybody has a type. This guy’s type just happens to have wrinkly skin and fond memories of the 1930’s. Meet Kyle Jones, the 31-year-old, who’s in a relationship with a 91-year-old great-grandmother named Marjorie McCool. And despite the 60-year age gap, the pair have an active sex life and can't keep their hands off each other. “Everyone's brain is wired differently,” Kyle explains. Some guys prefer blondes, some brunettes, some like other guys - I like old ladies.” Kyle was just 18 when he first acted on his attraction for older women and began a sexual relationship with a 50-year-old. While everybody else was cruising the bars, he was cruising the bingo hall. Although officially single, Kyle regularly sees up to five women at a time and takes them on dates - and even home to meet his mother. How does Kyle’s steady GF feel about his bevy of blue-haired beauties? “In the beginning I got jealous of his other women but he keeps coming back to me and tells me I'm the best,” says Marjorie. “I wear sexy outfits to bed. I try to keep my bra on though because I don't have much left. When people see us out together they probably think that he's my son, or maybe even a grandson. I have grandsons older.” (DailyMail)



Are the current Dancing With the Stars champs hoofing it in real life? Sure looks like it. Maksim Chmerkovskiy and his partner Meryl Davis sparked romance rumors with an intimate dinner date earlier this week. Maksim posted a photo of the reunion on Twitter, showing him and the Olympian embracing. He wrote, "All is right in the world again! Got my long awaited hug!" And a source tells Britain's MailOnline that "they were really touchy-feely with each other" during the cozy night out. The night before, Maksim sure sounded like he has a thing for his dance partner, telling Us Weekly, "About our romance? I love her. I love her. I love her as a person and for what she has allowed me to do with our choreography and how much she's embraced it."


The Drunkest States In America

Alright, America, we’re getting a little out of hand with our Cosmos. According to a new study from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, folks in the U.S. are drinking way too much. A government organization called “Healthy People 2020” would like the average American to guzzle no more than 2.1-gallons per person, per year. How much booze is that? About 25 bottles of whiskey, 88 bottles of wine, or 320 bottles of beer (must be small bottles). Actual average American consumption was 2.33 gallons over last year…so clearly y’all have been going out for a few more girls’ nights!

According to their study, 43 states increased their inebriation, with the West leading the way by 3.4 percent, followed by 2.3 percent in the South, 2.1 percent in the Northeast, and 1.7 percent in the Midwest.

The only states to decrease in drunkenness were Alaska, Indiana, Missouri, Nevada, Tennessee, West Virginia, and New Hampshire.

The biggest boozehounds? New Hampshire folks, coming in with the highest national consumption rate of 4.65 gallons – nearly twice the national average. Party on!

Here’s a quick snapshot of each state’s drinking habits:

1. New Hampshire 4.65

2. Dist. of Columbia 3.89

3. Delaware 3.59

44. Georgia 1.99

50. West Virginia 1.81

51. Utah 1.37