Archive for WT-Feezy?
Spanx is quickly becoming to shapewear what Kleenex is to tissues. It starts with a bit of a paradox; tight clothes look terrible on a person with a little extra weight BUT extremely tight under-clothing can be used to masquerade that plump.
Every time I get in a new relationship, I get comfortable… too comfortable. That comfort leads to weight gain. But why do I, and many, many poor, poor people, gain weight while we’re dating? Is nesting going to be the death of us all?
Tricia Giordano is set to graduate with a master’s degree in organizational management from Ashford University in the lovely Clinton, Iowa. After her earning her diploma, the 34-year old Floridian will dash across campus, change into her wedding day finery and get her nuptials on.
Nevada’s de facto ban on man-hos has come to an end. Prostitution has been legal in the Silver State for nigh 40 years, but had not included men on account of a stipulation that all sex workers have regular STD-wary cervical examinations. The male anatomy, ever resplendent, sorely lacks a cervix, and the law had to be changed to accommodate men. But not everyone in the flesh industry is happy with brothel Bobbi Davis’s efforts.
Living together in a really tiny apartment. How to be a bad boyfriend. Chaps who go to all-boys schools become bad boyfriends, usually. What the contents of her purse mean. Learning love from the Jersey Shore. Surprising stats about sex and fidelity. Joy Behar says Rachel Utichel is a hooker (more or less). Maybe monogamy is the unusual thing, hmmm? Delving into the meaning of mixed tapes. Alienation of affection. Loving her feet and disclosing a foot fetish. When you discover someone who is almost, nearly “the one.” And why didn’t he call you back?
Korean law enforcement bros have been busting up brothels left, right, center and behind since a statute was passed in 2004 banning sex for money as an occupation. But entrepreneurs in the field of prostitution have branched out into the usual venues (like massage parlors) and unusual ones: kissing booths.
Everyone knows that there are a few signs that he’s a keeper. Usually these good signs include thoughtfulness and various degrees of compatibility. But what about complaining and arguing? Here are a few unconventional omens that should get you baking that engagement chicken.
A fellow named Dana Hanna committed the ultimate faux pas of using his mobile during his actual wedding ceremony to Tweet (on Twitter, no less) the great news. The video was immediately posted on Twitter and now he and wife Tracy Page are getting mad, Internet famous off of the faux pas. Everyone wins! Everyone but good taste, that is.
I’ve learned a few things about love in my time here on Earth, and one of them is that relationships built on sex usually don’t last. First, no matter how cool she is, no matter how good-looking she is and no matter how much you dig her, there is someone out there who is sick of her. Second, there is a very good chance that when a guy begins drifting away from a lady, he’s just sick of boning her.
You know how relationships are “hard?” And you more or less can’t live with women (or men) AND can’t live without them? Well, per BoingBoing, a man has decided to quit the old “human” romance rat race. A fella called Sal9000 isn’t giving up on love, just love with things that are three-dimensional. The phenomenon of love and infatuation with animated characters is called Otaku and a dude has taken it to the extreme by marrying a video game character named Nene Anegasaki from a Nintendo DS* game called Love Plus.
Scientists can’t find enough men who’ve never seen porn to study them. New breakup: the burnt bridge. The wisdom in Facebooking the one who got away after you’re married. Why do men like fake breasts? Why did Tiger Woods do it? Fellow golfer is embarrassed for introducing Tiger to Elin Nordegren. Do you have a shrine to your guy? Tom Matlack finds some truth in New Moon. Brit chick dig Ivy League grad guys. Lady breadwinners feel guilty about it. Love advice from Dungeons & Dragons and sex advice from Star Wars.
It is possible for good writers produce enjoyable works of literature highlighted with comically bad sex scenes. The 17th Literary Review Bad Sex In Fiction Award is what happens, homes. This year’s winner is Jonathan Littell and he’s taken home the hardware for a particularly bad passage in his 2006 book The Kindly Ones. The work won France’s Prix Goncourt award for excellence in literature but that didn’t stop it from having some comically bad sex scenes.
There may not always be a right and wrong to an issue (though there usually is), but the side with the better sense of humor generally laughs last and first (or something). A gentleman from California seems to have a chip on his funny bone regarding a certain controversial proposition that eked by the Golden State’s voters (it was Proposition 8 and it really bummed some people out). A guy named John Marcotte would like to consider banning divorce to save marriage.
The first run of Saved By The Bell only went 5 seasons (plus one season of college and two two-hour movies) but it left us with many, many pop-culture references. And, more importantly, it taught an entire generation of young people about love and relationships.
Actually, dating a super model isn’t so unrealistic. Ladies, don’t do these things in bed. 10 healthy habits of happy couples. When to buy him new underwear. Do guys think about sex with every woman they meet? Dudes get scared about first dates too, it appears. Having it all isn’t easy for men, either. Facebook red flags.
As you likely know, Tiffani-Amber Thiessen (now just Tiffani Thiessen, I reckon) married a guy named Brady Smith back in 2005 and now she is pregnant. In Hollyweird you’re not really taken until you have a kid or have been together for 12 years together, so this kid news is pretty devastating to a lot of us. It has me recalling all of my big-time TV crushes and what they mean to me. Featuring Winnie Cooper, Kelly Kapowski, Joey Potter and Margene Henrickson.
According to a recent study, it takes the average guy seven months to say the three magic words (“I love you”) and the average female takes eight months to say the same thing. While you could both say it at the same time, in real life someone has to take off his/her clothes first…and that person is almost always me.
The Beatles declared that you “Can’t Buy Me Love” (as did Patrick Dempsey) but that doesn’t mean you can’t put a price on it. According to Paul Frijters of Australia’s Queensland University marriage is worth approximately $30,00 in happiness to a man and $15,000 to a lady. Also, divorce is worth more, negatively, to a man than a woman.
Another divorce fair on The Continent. As you may recall, other older divorce fairs didn’t start with much of a bang. The Viennese divorce fair was a total sausage fest. And the London divorce fair is only now starting to gain some steam. But the Parisians figured out how to do it right, right now. The point of the Paris fair is more about getting your groove back than the litigious portion of divorce.
Pop culture has made plenty of hay (hey hey hey) of people doing very brave things in the name of love. Damsels in distress are saved. Parents lift cars over their heads, but rarely do we see a wife doing something death-defying for her husband. That’s why a Midwestern woman is our significant other of the week. She turned narc (AKA criminal informant) to take some time off of her husband’s jail sentence and did she deliver.