Category Archives: Guys

Are you a woman wondering what men think or a man seeking some female relationship advice? Read our collection of honest essays and advice on dating, relationships, and sex.

Online Dating Translator Helps You Understand Dating Profiles

Online dating is the romantic equivalent of eating at Denny’s: There’s a menu full of tantalizing photos and enticing descriptions, but that Grand Slam breakfast never looks quite as good when it’s sitting in front of you. Read more
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Why Do Guys Decide To Tie The Knot?

It’s wedding season! Which means you’ve heard the story of how your friend met her soon-to-be-husband like 75 times. But I wonder what the story would sound like from his perspective? I know I’ve often wondered what makes men want to make the jump from trying to get you back to their place for the night to trying to get you to spend forever with them. After the jump, five guys share their reasons for saying “I do.” Keep reading »

Would You Write A Dating Testimonial For Your Dad?

Over at Slate, advice columnist Dear Prudence is answering Father’s Day questions, and the last one is a real doozy. The advice-seeker, On-the-Market Dad, is a 38-year-old man who received an email from an online dating service requesting he write a dating testimonial for his father. First of all, write a dating testimonial for your dad? Weird. In any case, OMD’s father is 70, and the son’s problem is that even if he did write the testimonial, it wouldn’t exactly be glowing. His parents are divorced, and, he says, “I believe he’s a good person at heart, but he’s got some psychological problems that have caused him to not always be there for me and to treat my family negatively.” Yet, he doesn’t want to say no, for fear of insulting his dad. Prudie advises he decline, despite his father’s potential negative reaction. Um, happy Father’s Day? Is asking your kid to write an online dating testimonial for you cool or creepy? Should the son have dutifully done his father’s bidding or tell his dad no way? What would you have told OMD to do? [Slate] Keep reading »

World Cup Soccer Hotties Get Naked, Down, And Dirty For You

Meet Oguchi Onyewu, a 28-year-old World Cup Soccer player from Maryland who plays for AC Milan in Italy. His name means “God fights my battles,” he enjoys Lil Wayne, and he pleads the Fifth when it comes to his dating life. Looks like a girl could do some laundry on those washboard abs. Today’s hottie is part of an Interview assemblage of some of the literally hottest American players who are making it big playing soccer. The other footballers-turned-models are Benny Feilhaber (sorry, kids, Amelia has called dibs already), Tim Howard, Carlos Bocanegra, and Jonathan Bornstein. If you can stand it, watch the video of their modeling session, featuring sweaty man boobs, slow-motion pectorals, and general soccer sexiness. Oh, and, you’re welcome. [Interview] Keep reading »

Let’s Hope You Don’t Get Trapped In The Beard Elevator

Gillette Mach 3′s highly hirsute elevator reminds me of Parissa wax strip’s hairy backvertising, and that’s not necessarily a good thing. Inside, the elevator doors feature a big ad promoting the Mach 3 razor for the mens, and all the rest of the walls are covered with thick black hair. LIKE ACTUAL HAIR. I mean, I’m sure it’s not real hair, but still, gross. I think the point is that the doors are supposed to be the Mach 3 clean-shaven part, and the rest is not. Anyway, creepy to the max. [NOTCOT.ORG] Keep reading »

Questions For Our Fathers: Kate’s Dad

In honor of Father’s Day we’re interviewing our dads to find out how their lives changed when we were born and what they learned about love and life as a parent. Today, Kate’s dad.

The other day, I ran across this photo of my family and it gave me a warm fuzzy feeling, even though I have an unfortunate bowl cut in it. My family is just amazing. You’ve seen my sister’s Halloween costume and met my mom for Mother’s Day, so since Father’s Day is coming up this weekend, I wanted to sit down with my dad—aka, the walking encyclopedia of everything—and ask him about his thoughts on being a parent. What he had to say was extremely interesting, and got me choked up. Oh, and I love that he, of course, referenced the two-year period in life where I played basketball. Yes, I went to Mike Krzyzewski’s basketball camp and my dad couldn’t have been prouder. Keep reading »

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