Zergnet: Simply Irresistible
I can’t wait for the new Muppet movie, “The Muppets,” to hit theaters this Thanksgiving. It looks like it could be a contender for top ranking in the Muppet oeuvre. As a long time fan of Muppet films, I’ve noticed that you can tell a lot about a person by what Muppet movie they relate to most. I call it “Muppetology” and it has never failed me. Click through to find out what your favorite Muppet movie says about your personality.
What a coincidink. Just as we find out that Kris Humphries popped the question to Kim Kardashian amidst mini-horses doused in glitter, the New Jersey Nets star also makes an appearance in GQ modeling swim trunks. And man, does he do a good job of it. Kris is my favorite type of hot—sweet, baby face up top with a hot body below. And since I couldn’t pick my favorite photo, there’s one more after the jump. Enjoy. Keep reading »
I have been in a wonderful relationship with my boyfriend for about a year and a half. We moved in together about a year ago and it has been going great! He is financially responsible (although we both deal with school loan debt), fun to be around, and has a great family. We have talked about getting married in the next few years and buying house, and I would love to be his wife for the rest of my life. But … I don’t ever want to have kids. Now, I know I am only 25 (as is he) so we have a ways before I have to start thinking about it, however, he is very family-oriented and has mentioned his desire to someday take a child with him to sports games. I made it clear to him that I have always wanted to adopt or foster older children rather than have my own kids but he has never really stated an opinion on that option. I’m worried that if we get married, he will make the assumption (as many do) that I will want kids eventually, and will start putting the pressure on me when we get closer to 30/35 at which point we’ll get divorced if I still don’t want kids. Is it safe to stay in a relationship with such a big difference of opinion, or the hope that I “might” someday change my mind? Is it too early to have a serious talk with him about it? I love him but am scared this is going to be the end of us. — No Kids, Please
The other day I was having dinner with a guy friend when he spotted something over my shoulder that had him salivating. Seriously, his eyes were going all googley and crap.
“What are you looking at?” I finally asked him.
“Don’t turn around now, but when you can, check out the woman at the table behind you and to the left.”
I nonchalantly gave the ol’ side eye. Keep reading »