Though they publicly denied it, all girlfriends were expected to participate in Hef's bizarre bedtime group sex ritual."I didn't immediately realize that all girlfriends were required to sleep with Hef," Madison writes.2.If every user voted Mary a 3 or a 4, she would be “cute” across the board.
But Hef approved her request, forcing Madison to move out of the room.Hef was also known to hate red lipstick, Madison says in her book.When Madison came home from the salon after a makeover that included shorter hair and red lipstick, Hef reportedly told her, "I hate the whole look.I hate the makeup and I hate the red lipstick." He added, "You look old, hard, and cheap." When Kendra Wilkinson moved in later and appeared before Hef wearing red lipstick, Madison braced herself for his wrath, only for him to tell Wilkinson, "Why, that red lipstick looks absolutely wonderful on you, Kendra! Hef demanded his girlfriends be in by the 9 o'clock curfew each night.(See how online dating is the last bastion of overt racial preferences.) So ladies, if the whole “be yourself” trick isn’t helping out your online odds, OKCupid suggests taking one thing that you think men don’t like — whether it’s your pale skin, lip ring, third arm, whatever — and play it up. (And after all, if you meet your date in person, he’s going to see your “flaws.”) OKCupid says they’ll analyze men next.
News Feed can’t wait to see if ladies prefer a Zach Galifianakis over a Brad Pitt.(She also describes Hef as a "hoarder" with "endless desire for momentos.") 3.Hef offered Madison a quaalude out of a crumpled tissue on her first night out clubbing with him.So if a user receives an average of about three to four stars, her profile would be considered above-average.As OKCupid’s blog points out, though, a 3.5 rating doesn’t always mean the same thing.Hef would take photos of his girlfriends and him every night before they went out, then have them delivered to each girlfriend's door the next morning.