Ladies and Gentlemen: Datehole is delving into a whole new area of journalism. Book author interviews. Please note: The following interview is NOT a parody.
David J. Rosen is the author of “I Just Want My Pants Back,” a story that deals somewhat with dating in New York. He unwisely agreed to speak with us […]
Ask as ye shall receive. When we first came into possession of this picture we were going to utilize it for a contest. Indeed, who wouldn’t want to win a picture of Julia Allison like (as she claims herself) nobody else ever sees her?* But then we thought about how well our last contest went […]
This is Part 2 of 3 of a one-month in-depth investigation into the world of Adult Friend Finder, its users, its quirks, and its benefits, if any. Read Part one here. Read Part two here.
During the month we had an Adult Friend Finder account we received 2 emails (“Hi.” And “Hello.”), one of which […]
This is Part 2 of 3 of a one-month in-depth investigation into the world of Adult Friend Finder, its users, its quirks, and its benefits, if any. Read Part one here.
Due to the heat and the fact that the subject matter is ultimately boring the shit out of us, this section of the report […]
Completely random: Has anyone ever seen Julia Allison in a pair of jeans? WTF? Datehole promises a special gift* to anyone with photographic evidence that the woman actually has denim.
If she doesn’t, well, we might just have to reassess our… assessment of her. You know, that’s like a Tom Wolfe fashion move….
* Our last […]
Best played using Julia’s blog, Gawker and her (yet unnamed) Time Out New York column and Julia’s favorite drink: Long Island Ice Tea.
• Julia references how young and naive she used to be – take a sip
• Julia references an ex. – take a sip
• Julia makes a self-effacing statement about her looks to make herself seem […]
Here at Datehole we fully intend to continue honoring Pride Week without once doing anything insulting. It’s a high order. Anyway, below is the gayest scene from one of our favorite films (which is never mentioned as often as it shold be unlike, say, Shawshank).
Gayer than the clarinet section and twice as adoreable.
The Datehole Knocked Up Contest started largely as a way to voice frustration with what we saw as a film that was going to get more credit than necessary for having something meaningful to say about, well, anything. The bonus side effect might be a little self promotion.
Let’s just say results were less than […]