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Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Top Five Exhibitionist Posts of 2014

Posted By on Wed, Dec 31, 2014 at 11:30 AM

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It's been quite a year — full of highs (our weekly Tourism for Locals and dating columns took off), lows (the death of Robin Williams and satirical Craigslist posts looking too close to reality), and everything (cats! porn! camping!) in between. So went through our analytics and crunched some numbers to see what you were reading on the Exhibitionist in 2014. Here are the top five posts:

5. San Francisco Businesses with the Most Attractive Employees
Will Salesforce remain in the top spot in 2015?

4. Bristlr: The Tinder for Beards
A social media site built around love and friendship — of the bearded variety. 

3. Cat Circus comes to San Francisco 
Because who wouldn't want to see a performance by the Rock Cats with Cluck Norris on the cymbals?

2. Clover vs. Tinder: Battle of the Dating Apps 
When it comes to dating apps — which one reigns supreme?

1. NudeTube: Top 10 Memorable Nude Scenes in TV & Film (NSFW)
Here are some films to avoid when you have the entire family over to watch a movie. 

If you want take a look back and the previous year, here is part one and part two of 2013.

See you back here on Monday! 

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