Don't call it a come back!

Q: We've known you for a while now, and has never asked. Where did you grow up? 
A: I grew up in the Philadelphia suburbs. Basically the middle of nowhere, but we always traveled a lot.

Q: Wow okay. Was it a nice place for a kid to grow up? 
A: Totally was!!! There was a ton of places to play and explore. Plus my mother ran a performing arts center so there was always something fun to do.

Q: Were you a tomboy or a girly girl? 
A: I was totally a tom boy. Ironic because I began dancing ballet when I was about 3. 

Q: Well, all of  that dancing has done your body well.Did you carry it over to adulthood? 
A: I'm still a tomboy I suppose you could say, I'll replace a garbage disposal in full makeup. I'm just resourceful and like to build things.

Q: You give plumbers crack a good name. LOL What was the first job you ever had? 
A: I worked for my mom running the admissions office at a really young age. I tried to work for a vet as soon as I was old enough, got cornered and pounced on by the biggest craziest German Shepard ever... That job didn't last.

Q: Changing gears. What’s the wildest thing you ever saw?
A: My life is anything but dull, if it's involving me its  going to get interesting. Guess that depends on your idea of wild. The coolest stuff is definitely in Japan.

Q: LOL. Spoken like a true politician. So lets try it this way. What’s the wildest thing you ever did? 
A: Well considering I've made it this far in life without getting arrested, let's just keep it that way lol.

Q: We know you’ve recently took a break from your modeling in the last year to travel with your band ( Blood on the Dance Floor) touring Japan. What was that like?
A:  Japan is wonderful. We dedicated our Japanese ep "You Are The Heart" to Suicide prevention awareness. The most remarkable place I've ever been. So much love and respect for others.

Q: It must've been nice getting away from the crazy times we're in here in this country. I know this business can get crazy as well, but what do you like to do when you get a minute outside of your modeling and Touring? 
A: Well, I work heavily in the film industry also... If I get down time I like to read old poetry, play some video, go to a nice dinner, start a craft project I'll probably never finish...

Q:  So, What type of men/women do you like.? (We don’t want to assume). 
A: I like nice people. I think there is so much pressure put on what you have to like. I embrace diversity.
Q: So, is there anything someone can do on a date that may get them an invite in for “coffee “ at the end of a date? 
A: Well honestly if you get me to go on a date, that means I really know you well, and you already know I need coffee because I'm a workaholic lol

Q: We notice that a lot of models are beautiful, but are self described nerds when it comes to their personal life. Is that you? 
A: I feel beauty is truly in the eye of the beholder, I have a slogan I life by that is "find beauty in all things" you can't filter a bad personality!

Q: Now we also know that you’ve done some acting for a while, and recently did an Anti-bullying movie with Tara Reid and Quinton Arron. How was that experience? 
A: What a wonderful experience!!! I worked with the most amazing cast and crew! Genuinely good people who really want to get the word out about a subject that needs a desperate change.

Q: Well, your star is shooting fast, and we’ll be watching and smiling from the sidelines. Is there any shout outs or anything you want to say in closing? 
A: I just say thank you for the love and support, I am truly humbled and grateful 

Q: What are you plans for yourself in 2018? 
A: To continue being an ever evolving version of my weird self, be the best weirdo I can be.

Q: Another thing we know is that you’re able to change your look on the fly, and you’re very good with prosthetic makeup. Do you plan to do some more directing like you did with your bands video? 
A: I honestly love being behind the scenes. I truly adore the creative process and every aspect of film making. We shall see where the cards fall.

Tell our readers where else they can find you. 
Ig @fallonvendetta
Or google, just don't scroll to far those are not me lol  

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3 Surprising Supplements That Might Boost Your Sex Life

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The breadth of available boner-boosting supplements is formidable—you can even go to a gas station and pick up something that promises to help your erection rise to the occasion.

But there are major dangers when it comes to “herbal Viagra,” the term used to describe the natural supplements that are advertised to boost your erection, says Jamin Brahmbhatt, M.D., codirector at The PUR Clinic, which specializes in urology and men’s health.

“Even if you buy them at a big retailer, and they seem to be made of ‘natural’ ingredients, be cautious,” he says. “No one is regulating this stuff.”

Short of turning to prescription meds like the real Viagra or Cialis, is anything over-the-counter safe—and effective—for your sex life? Surprisingly, yes. These three picks may help enhance your sex life, and more importantly, potentially increase your overall wellness, too.

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Omega-3 fatty acids are a known supplement for guys with heart issues. So how can that help you below the belt?

If there’s a certain food or supplement that’s good for your heart, it’s likely to be good for your sex life, too according to Dr. Brahmbhatt. That’s because heart-healthy changes are geared toward improving blood flow and increasing the size of blood vessels, he says.

Your penis has the smallest blood vessels in your body, he says, meaning they’re easier to get clogged up. And impeded blood flow is bad for erections, so anything that improves blood flow is good down there.

The kicker is that many blood pressure medications list erectile dysfunction as a side effect, he adds. That’s because they modulate the way that blood vessels open and close, which can reduce flow overall, especially down south.

By contrast, omega-3 fatty acids can have the opposite effect because they lower inflammation that might be affecting blood vessels, while also reducing blood clotting. And that can help boost your blood flow.

Getting your omegas from foods like fatty fish is your best bet, but supplements—say, like Nordic Naturals Ultimate Omega —can also be helpful. Talk to your doctor if you’re thinking of supplementing.

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2) Also a top pick for increasing blood flow, L-arginine is an essential amino acid that can be good for both heart health and erectile issues, says Dr. Brahmbhatt.

In fact, a new study in the journal Andrology found that patients with severe or complete erectile dysfunction had L-arginine levels that were significantly lower than that of men with milder forms of ED. L-arginine might help trigger the production of nitric oxide, a compound important in getting and maintaining erections.

According to Mayo Clinic, arginine is found in most protein-rich foods like red meat, poultry, beans, and dairy products. The Mayo Clinic has marked it as generally safe, but cautions people who take blood pressure meds to talk to a doctor first.

This is good advice for any supplements if you’re on blood pressure medications, Dr. Brahmbhatt says. That’s because something like L-arginine can reduce your blood pressure—which is great if it’s a bit too high, but not if you’re already bringing it down with meds. In that case, you may see a sudden and dramatic drop in pressure that could cause you to faint, or in extreme cases, have a stroke.

If you’re not on those meds and want to try the amino acid, you can try taking the supplement. Start at a dose of about 6 grams a day—try NOW Foods L-Arginine—to see how you tolerate it, Dr. Brahmbhatt says. The supplement can cause side effects like nausea, abdominal pain, diarrhea, and bloating.


3) Blood flow boosts aren’t the only ways supplements can help sex: Mood also makes a huge difference, too. That’s where vitamin D can come in.

According to a 2014 meta-analysis, vitamin D supplements are effective ways to improve symptoms of depression, possibly because the compound helps regulate certain mood-related transmitters in your brain. That's important for your sex life, since a decreased sex drive can be one of the earliest markers of depression, as we reported. (Here are 5 other reasons your sex drive is shot).

Plus, Dr. Brahmbhatt notes that some studies have estimated that men with vitamin D deficiencies are more likely to have erectile dysfunction. That may be because low levels of the vitamin are associated with diseases like hypertension, coronary artery disease, and peripheral vascular disease. Basically, blood flow issues that affect your system can also raise your risk of ED.

Although you can get some vitamin D from foods like salmon and eggs, along with sunshine, most people in the U.S. are lacking the vitamin, especially if you live in the northern part of the country, says Brianna Elliott, R.D., a coach at nutrition counseling service EvolutionEat.

She adds that the longer you maintain low levels, the more effects you might see, including potential ED. But how much you should take is a moving target. The National Institutes of Health recommends 600 IU, while the Endocrine Society suggests much higher levels of up to 2,000 IU daily.

“This would be a good topic for your next doctor visit,” Elliott says, noting that it’s easy to test for vitamin D levels, and from there, you can get a recommendation about dosage amounts based on that information. Then, you can try Nature Made Vitamin D.


Kingdom Come: Deliverance

Platform(s): PS4, Xbox One, PC
Release date: February 13, 2018

Kingdom Come: Deliverance is like a historically accurate Skyrim - this large-scale, first-person medieval RPG takes place in a massive open-world devoted to the real-world history of Bohemia (no Rhapsody here). In some ways, it's even more hardcore, stripping away the HUD indicators and minimap markers you've probably come to expect from giant RPGs. And amazingly, quests and world events will carry on with or without you, adding a real sense of urgency to your hero's actions; stopping to chit-chat with every NPC could mean missing out on the melee battle of a lifetime. Kingdom Come's refusal to hold the player's hand sounds like a refreshing change of pace, and if the finished product can pull off the kind of grandiose living world suggested by our preview, it should be something special indeed. 

Metal Gear Survive

Platform(s): PS4, Xbox One, PC
Release date: February 20, 2018

Hideo Kojima's got absolutely nothing to do with this Metal Gear game, besides its reuse of assets built for Metal Gear Solid 5's Fox Engine - but there's reason to have an ounce of cautious optimism for Metal Gear Survive. This is a third-person multiplayer survival game, taking place in a strange alternate dimension(?) in which the many supporting soldiers on Mother Base suddenly find themselves swarmed by crystal-covered zombies. The production values and core gameplay are nowhere near the pedigree you'd expect from a Metal Gear game, but it's hard to go too wrong with co-op horde modes (complete with crafting and the ability to construct fortifications). At the very least, it'll probably be preferable to a tangentially branded pachislot machine from Konami.

A Way Out

Platform(s): PS4, Xbox One, PC
Release date: March 23, 2018

Now you can experience your very own Shawshank Redemption courtesy of A Way Out, a co-op only jailbreak story written and directed by the mind behind the affecting puzzle adventure Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons. Whether you're playing with a partner on the couch or online, A Way Out is always played in splitscreen co-op, as inmates Leo and Vincent begrudgingly work together to bust out of prison and reclaim their freedom. The persistent splitscreen presentation creates some intriguing opportunities for teamwork; for instance, one player might be locked in a cutscene, while the other can freely move about, planning the duo's next move or viewing critical story scenes from a different perspective.