From advice on your first kiss to the science of six packs, these are the top stories from across Gawker Media.

This Reddit Guide to Your First Kiss Will Pretty Much Guarantee That It's Your Last - Jezebel

Reddit doesn't exactly have the best history when it comes to its treatment of women, nor is it known for the wisdom of its advice. But that didn't stop one sexually inexperienced 21-year-old man to seek guidance from Redditors on how to make the first move. That the most popular answer to his inquiry was an incredibly detailed, overly methodical guide to kissing a girl for the first time confirms for us what we always kind of suspected: these guys don't really spend a lot of time IRL with human females.

Metacritic Matters: How Review Scores Hurt Video Games - Kotaku

Bugs in Fallout: New Vegas might have eaten your save file. Maybe they took away a few hours of progress, or forced you to reset a couple of quests. Maybe game-crashing bugs pissed you off to the point where you wished you could get your $60 back. But they probably didn’t cost you a million dollars.

The Science of Six Packs - Gizmodo

If you've always yearned for a washboard stomach, and you can do a thousand crunches but you still aren't seeing results, you're not alone. But never fear! Everyone has a six pack under there (somewhere), you've just got to know what to do to get it out in the open.

Photos: Marlins Park Is Satisfyingly Empty - Deadspin

Announced attendance at last night's Marlins game, an 8-0 shellacking by the Braves, was 13,810. The night before saw 14,222 turn up at Marlins Park, a $634 million stadium that was more than 80 percent paid for with public money. This despite free food, two-for-one tickets, and literally everything else the Marlins can think of to goose attendance.