I am a complete sucker for a romantic comedy. There are a few that I would genuinely recommend as a quality film to just about anyone; "Going the Distance," for example, was hilarious, steered away from the usual rom-com tropes, and actually felt realistic. But for the most part, rom-coms, while enjoyable in a mind-numbing sort of way, follow a basic formula that further certain romantic untruths. I would like to say I have been immune to their subversive messages, but the fact is, the happy endings found in rom-coms have a way of implanting in your brain as things that could actually occur in real life. They won't. Here are the five biggest lies rom-coms tell about sex and relationships.
It goes without saying Beyoncé never misses a beat when she’s dancing to her own music, be it highly complicated choreography or just grindin’ with her girls on a hotel balcony. But hit play on basically any tune you can imagine and Bey’s twerking tempo will match flawlessly, as the #BeyoncéAlwaysOnBeat Twitter meme proves without…
Josh Duggar not only has his parents, his wife, fans of “19 Kids and Counting” and presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee in his corner following the revelation that he molested five underage girls when he was a teenager — his sister Jessa’s father-in-law is also defending Josh against the “bloodletting” at the hands of the media.
According to the Associated Press, Arkansas police have destroyed the 2006 offense report for Josh Duggar, which detailed how the then-14-year-old had molested five girls, including his sisters, on the orders of Judge Stacy Zimmerman. “As far as the Springdale Police Department is concerned, this report doesn’t exist,” Springdale’s police representative Scott Lewis told AP.