Whisper is an app known for its scandalous secrets and tantalizing tell-alls. Nannies hooking up with the parents of the kids they watch, the best man confessing his feelings for the bride just moments before she walks down the aisle, and other juicy gossip not even day time soap operas could dish out fast enough.
So we got curious — what are the scintillatingly sinful confessions anonymous netizens have about Asian guys? We collected some of the most shocking, steamiest stories below (WARNING, NSFW): 1. Same girl, same.
Who says Asian men can’t be sexy? Luckily, these handsome hunks are firefighters, you know, in case ovaries spontaneously combust.
The photos, which went viral over the weekend, are part of the New Taipei Fire Department’s 2017 calendar.
Images of a boyish and charming police officer stationed at the Changi Airport in Singapore have recently been making the rounds in local social media.
Tasked with providing security at the airport, Corporal Lee Minwei of the Auxiliary Police Force at Certis Cisco was photographed looking after travelers in the international airport during his hours of duty.
One woman’s simple question to a man she connected to on the dating app Bumble caused him to go into an angry tantrum that got him banned until he learns to grow up.
The woman, identified as Ashley, had matched with Connor and engaged in small talk. Unfortunately, Ashley asked a question about a rather sensitive topic to Connor:
Rich kids, known for flaunting their wealth on social media, have done something nice for a change.
The students at an elite all-girls private school in Texas collectively raised over $180,000 on GoFundMe as a retirement gift for their beloved security guard, Kifleab Tekle. The Hockaday School, which charges an estimated $24,040 for elementary and $53,285 for high school boarding tuition, boasts wealthy and notable alumni that includes former President George W. Bush’s daughters, Barbara and Jenna.
The ridiculously wealthy and eligible bachelor is the heir to SalMar, a family-founded business that is one of the world’s largest producers of farmed salmon.
Arkansas mother Mallory Smothers discovered the incredible way a mother’s breast milk helps a baby fight off infections.
Smothers pumped one bag of milk on a Thursday night then pumped another the next morning. To her surprise, there was a huge difference between how the two bags of milk looked so she posted it on Facebook:
When you’re broke after having maxed out your credit cards and are wallowing in sadness over a recent breakup with an ex-boyfriend, signing up for a sugar daddy website doesn’t sound like such a bad idea. Besides, you’re single and you have a whole life ahead of you filled with new experiences as a budding twenty-something.
The idea is far fetched, I know. It’s easy to be judgmental. The first time I ever heard of a sugar daddy website was during college. There were rumors about some girl dating a sugar daddy she found online in exchange for expensive designer bags and college tuition.
One woman in Portland, Oregon was so sick of her car being stolen and having to pay towing companies to get it back that she wrote a snarky note with instructions for the next car thief — and it actually seems to have worked.
The woman left this note in his glove compartment hoping that whoever would steal her car next would read it and help her out a little:
Air pollution may be affecting couples’ ability to conceive and have children.
A new study from Boston University published in the journal Human Reproduction revealed that heavily populated areas with air pollution from traffic fumes may put women at a greater risk for infertility. Researchers discovered that those who live in the city were more likely to experience fertility problems than those who live in the country where air pollution isn’t as significant.
The “sexiest doctor alive” who won Instagram’s hearts is looking for love.
Dr. Mikhail Varshavski, a very good-looking New York-based doctor, is teaming up with dating app Coffee Meets Bagel to auction himself off for charity.
Somewhere out there is a cat named Manny who, without a doubt, takes better selfies than most humans.