Hemmer: Sex Like Pizza

For Forrest Gump, life was like a box of chocolates. For America’s Newsroom’s Bill Hemmer, sex is like pizza: I.e., if it’s warm, it’s really good and if it’s cold, it’s still not that bad. During a segment on the health benefits of frequent sex for males with Dr. Jennifer Ashton and Megyn Kelly, AN’s Ken made his acute observation after the good doctor indicated that women needed quality (meaningful, relational, and safe) sex.

Megyn was more than happy to “go with the flow.” She animatedly asked Hemmer and Ashton if they knew how often men thought about sex: After both guessed incorrectly, she said, “Once every 52 seconds.” No surprise. Then she queried how often women thought about it: after both indicated often but less than their male counterparts, she declared, “Once every day.” Ashton blushed, realizing that she may have revealed a wee bit too much about her personal life to the viewer.

A.N.’s slogan du jour: Put a little love, er, loving, in your life.

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4 Responses to “Hemmer: Sex Like Pizza”

  1. Al Says:

    I saw that segment in a hospital waiting area this morning. Was nice to see the whole room laughing about it and the consensus among that group was that the women who answered “Once a day” in that survey werent telling the truth.

    btw, jake – You must have “Kiran Chetry on the brain syndrome”… “A.M.” is on CNN.

  2. jakeho Says:

    Thanks, Al. “A.M.” now “A.N.”

  3. Al Says:

    You’re welcome, although I was teasing you about making the same simple mistake that we all make when we proof our own work – our eyes can’t see the mistake even when we’re looking for it.

    With that thought in mind, you might want to fix “AM’s Ken”, as well. Snicker. C’mon – it’s funny.

  4. jakeho Says:

    Thanks again, Al. You’re right: another set of eyes are often needed to proof properly. Also, a little Kiran on the mind is not necessarily a bad thing. Speaking of whom, it’s nice to see her going head to head with Aly: A win-win for the viewer.

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