We spend most of our lives being preached at about the horrors of superficiality, about loving people for who they are, not what they look like. It all sounds so nice, but I’m sorry—there are certain fashion sins that are absolute deal breakers.
And it’s not just about how it looks. You’ve got to assume that any guy who consistently wears more hair gel than I do and pants so tight that even the most minute of details about his junk are very apparent has got deeper problems than bad clothes selection. (For the record, yeah, that guy happened.) ‘Cuz seriously, your man had better have some intense redeeming qualities if he’s 20-something and still fails to understand that no, socks do not go with flip flops.
Don’t believe that style matters when it comes to men? A handful of badly-dressed men have former girlfriends who will tell you otherwise… Keep reading »
Even more baffling? She, apparently, is filming a new movie! Someone continues to hire her? [NYC, 5/14/09] Keep reading »
I recently read Jeff Mac’s very funny book, Manslations (Sourcebooks), which is basically a phrase book for ladies to help us decipher the Language of Lads. It’s certainly a time-saver for those of us used to spending hours IM’ing our friends, dissecting last night’s date’s behavior.
But the fact is, men aren’t the only ones who say one thing and mean another . . . some miscommunications transcend gender lines. Here are eight… Keep reading »
Are you a sex machine? A bag lady? A perpetual second-place finalist? According to a new book called Ms. Typed, you just might be. Author Dr. Michelle Callahan was on the “Today Show” yesterday morning promoting the book, which offers advice based women’s dating personalities. In this clip, she explains how you can identify your type and what you can do to overcome some of your destructive dating habits. I wonder if there’s a type called “Doesn’t really want to watch televised sports” because, honestly, that’s, like, a recurring issue in ever relationship I’ve ever had.
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Fu Shitou was married to Wei Jinhua for three years before he learned his wife was a transvestite. Fu married Wei after she befriended his sister-in-law. The truth about her biology was revealed recently when Wei was stopped by police and strip-searched when she fled her home after an argument. She later confessed to a court that she is a man. Fu expressed shock that he didn’t know. “But we never had sex — I just wanted someone to take care of me,” he told police. The judges allowed Wei to go free, however. Some websites are saying Fu was gullible, but maybe he was just lonely and willing to get companionship in any way. [The Sun]
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