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Cultist's Most Popular Posts of 2014

The new year is just hours away and in celebration we thought we'd pop open a blog's equivalent of a bottle of champagne: A list of our most read posts of the year. This year graffiti artist AholSniffsGlue's lawsuit against retail giant American Eagle topped the blog, but you all also couldn't stop clicking on stories about crying babies, strip clubs, divorce, and nearly any story we wrote about sex.

Happy reading.

See also: Art Basel Miami Beach 2014: Winners and Losers

1.Miami Artist AholSniffsGlue Sues American Eagle Outfitters for Intellectual Property Infringement

2.Global Warming Makes Couples Cheat, Says Dating Website

3.Miami Is the Second Worst Place to Raise Kids in America, Study Says

4.The Nine Best Strip Clubs in Miami, Now That Goldrush Is Gone (NSFW)

Note: We actually published this hard-hitting investigative journalism last year, but you guys won't stop clicking on it.

5.Ink Masters' Chris Nuñez on His New Miami Shop, Tatu Baby, and Corporate America

6.Malika James, Miami Nightlife Regular, Missing After Basel Weekend

7.Is Steve-O Really Sober and Celibate: Jackass Star Bring Stand-Up to Improv Miami

8.Jay Z and Beyonce Reportedly Did Karaoke on South Beach, Crashed Fellow Singers' Party

9.Five Freaky Sex Acts You Probably Didn't Know Existed (NSFW)

Another note: this story is 2 years old and still hits our top ten. For likely unsurprising reasons, you'll notice that it has virtually no shares on social media.

10.Sugar Cum: Florida Company Creates Pill to Make Your Spunk Taste Sweet

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