It was one of those square bingo-looking grids, the ones where each square has a descriptor and people tag their friends on them accordingly. This looks fun, but who past the age of 13 does this sort of thing? Clearly, we need a more adult version. Here it is.

Not only can you see the naughty tales of cheaters from around the English-speaking webs, you can also check on the stories of woe from people who have been cheated on and read about people thinking about cheating. You can also judge them!

As you know, Facebook and our editrix have a pretty turbulent relationship, mostly relating to Facebook’s strong dislike for her penchant to overshare slutty images of herself. You can imagine how amused we were then when we saw Dan Zarrella’s data regarding what users are sharing on the social network. Zarrella applied two linguistic algorithms…continue reading.

Why surf Craigslist’s text ads when you can be amused by a mini web series? Introducing your favorite new productivity killer: Craigslist TV, a new series that follows Craigslist users as they use the site to make things happen. Any Los Angeles user that has checked out the classifieds site in the past couple of…continue reading.

You don’t have to add “in bed” to the end of the fortune in the cookie any longer. Introducing Spam Fortune Cookies — and no, they’re not made out of SPAM. Allow them to explain themselves for your benefit: A wise man once said: ‘The best advice you can get is the advice you don’t…continue reading.

On Friday, we told you about Boobquake, a movement to stir the tectonic plates with the power of our scandalous bodies. This Monday, we’re active, spreading our promiscuity in lingerie all over the newsroom and neighborhood Starbucks. But since most of you won’t get to enjoy that, here’s our editrix, let her quake your world:…continue reading.

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve heard that Apple banned Pulitzer-winning satirist Mark Fiore from its app store for ridiculing public figures (um, he’s a satirist, like, hello). Apple CEO Steve Jobs has since called the ban a mistake, but he’s not done ruining the fun for everyone. Last week, TechCrunch published an…continue reading.

The geekery is extreme here in the Sex and the 405 newsroom, so it’s no surprise that when we found out about Dayta, we were beside ourselves with delight. Dayta is a data-tracking app for the iPhone that enables you to keep tabs on everything about you. You can use it to watch your weight…continue reading.

Text messages. We’re willing to bet that eight times out of 10, these are the reason cheaters get caught — not that we have any experience with this or anything here at Sex and the 405. We never get caught. Anyway, our dahlias of decadence and depravity, technology is smiling upon us again. Allow us…continue reading.

Before we begin, we want to take a second to instantaneously orgasm at the realization that we are thisclose to living in a postcyberpunk universe, OMG. The cyborgs are so close, the Sex and the 405 newsroom can almost taste them! Nom nom nom! /geekery But let’s explore the robots that are actually among us,…continue reading.