Every year, Pornhub.com releases a "Year In Review" that goes through some of the fascinating analytics surrounding usage of their site. Jeff & Jason go through some of the stats including time spent on the site, most popular search terms, most active times on the website (you'll never guess what your boss is doing in his office around 4pm every day) and the most popular devices used to look at adult material.
This leads nicely into the next topic on the show...
As part of a marketing campaign Octopuss, an adult toy company, set up what they affectionately called a "Guy-Fi" booth; in a recent survey 39% of New York men admitted to "yanking their crank" at work. The Guy-Fi Booth was actually an old out-of-service phone booth with a curtain, stool & laptop computer.
Octopuss said they did this to "take this habit out of the office and into a more suitable environment designed to give the busy Manhattan man the privacy and the high speed connection he deserves."
Octopuss ALSO clarified that they're NOT encouraging public masturbation.
The story of NHL All-Star John Scott is NOT going away anytime soon...and the NHL has really screwed the pooch on this one.
For those unfamiliar with the story, the NHL re-vamped the All-Star Game format for 2016 and opened up the selection of team captains to the fans by way of voting. As anyone knows, when you open up something like this to the internet, the fans will screw with the system - which is exactly what happened in this case.
The fans voted John Scott, a guy known as "a goon" with only 11 points in 8 years in the league as the captain of the Pacific Conference team. Needless to say, the NHL wasn't happy about it.
Scott was asked by both the Arizona Coyotes (his team at the time) as well as the NHL to not attend the All-Star Game. Scott, however, decided to embrace the honour and the fans embraced him as a hero...an everyday guy getting to live out his dream and play in an All-Star Game.
The NHL squashed that dream late Friday, announcing that Scott had been traded to the Montreal Canadiens...who promptly buried Scott in their AHL affilliate team in St. John's, Newfoundland basically making him ineligible to play in the game.