Dear Wendy: “I Saw My Boyfriend With His Wife!”

About four months ago, I began seeing an old high school friend. We hadn’t seen each other in years and had reconnected online. In the 10 years since high school, he had married and had a child. When we began seeing each other he made it VERY clear that he was separated and had been for close to a year. The separation was not exactly amicable. He had his own house and I even met his 3-year-old daughter on the weekends. In the beginning, he said we should keep things sort of quiet until his pending divorce was final. I was OK with this because we had a small group of mutual friends who were aware of the relationship. Last weekend, I was out with some girlfriends at my local bar and my boyfriend walked in with his ex. He saw me and bolted. (We’d had sex two days prior.) About a minute later, I received a text that just said “working things out.” Of course, my friends consoled me and all agreed that I should tell his wife. Our mutual friends (most of whom are guys) agree that he’s a d-bag but think I should keep quiet. They also said they are as blindsided as I am because they thought we were doing so well together. I have texted and emailed several times with no response. I believe I’m owed an explanation at the very least. I have some very incriminating emails and texts that I have contemplated sending to his wife. I haven’t yet because I realize there’s a child involved in all of this. On the other hand, I feel he’s lying to his wife also. I’m feeling very used and depressed and just can’t decide what’s right or wrong. — Feeling Used

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Do Not Want: Death Kitty Tutu Shorts

OK, I love shorts, I love sheer, I even love (some) layered skirts. But combining them all into one mess of a piece of clothing is just abominable. These are like if Sporty Spice and Hello Kitty were put into a blender, ingested by Britney Spears, and then vomited up into a pair of shorts. I’m not sure whom these are intended for but in the description they are said to be “great under your tutu.” How often are you faced with that problem, “Oh, I really want to wear my TUTU but I just don’t know what to wear underneath it!”? Well, now you know: man’s oldest problem solved with really ugly shorts. Thanks, internets. [$24, Chaotic Clothing] Keep reading »

The Dudes From “Jackass” Give Great Advice

“If you’re doing it for the wrong reasons, then one is too many, if you’re not — if you just like sex — then there’s no ‘too many.’”

– “Jackass” star Chris Pontius when asked “How many partners is too many?” by Nerve.com. Pontius and Johnny Knoxville gave some pretty on-point and hilarious sex advice to readers. Check out a couple other hilarious quotes, after the jump… Keep reading »

11 Stars Who’ve Gone Goth

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I can admit it. Back in middle and high school, I was totally goth. My hair was died the deepest shade of black I could find, and I had streaks of blue running through it. I rocked insane amounts of black lace and velvet, even when it was 90 degrees out. (Just for kicks, check out this site Goths in Hot Weather.) I listened to The Cure non-stop, and ran through a black eyeliner per month. Wait, that’s still kind of true. Anyway, I’m loving that many of the women in Hollywood, especially the ones most prone to pink, are going goth these days. For example, Abigail Breslin hardly looks like “Little Miss Sunshine” in this photo for Bullett magazine. [NY Daily News]

After the jump, more stars gone goth.

Your First Look At MTV’s “Skins”

It’s the latest case of U.K. television poaching. “Skins” is a British series that’s reached cult status for taking amateur teenage actors and throwing them into controversial plot lines involving sex, drugs, dysfunctional families, and more sex and drugs. Now, MTV is making its own version of the series. Apparently, it’s pretty much a shot-by-shot remake of the original pilot. It doesn’t premiere until January, but here is the trailer. And find a second after the jump. [Hollywood.com] Keep reading »

How Much Is Enough Sex In A Relationship?

What’s a healthy sex life? Is it true that what’s good for some might not work for others? According to sex therapist Ian Kerner, couples should be having sex once a week, minimum. Kerner’s seeing what he calls an “epidemic” of sexless relationships and believes that things like social and economic stresses, health problems and the rise of internet porn are to blame. Reconnecting with your partner on a physical level helps reaffirm intimacy and rebuild connections. But! He says, sex isn’t just about connecting with your partner in an intimate way. It’s also great for reducing stress, boosting immunity and releasing pleasure chemicals called endorphins. Some other added benefits: steady sex helps boost confidence and has been shown to make people more successful at work.

So, does sex once a week sound like a good number to you? Too much? Too little? [CNN] Keep reading »

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