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QR Codes May Change The Way We Pick Up People At Bars

You know those QR codes that Ralph Lauren Rugby is using so you can use your phone to buy clothes instantly? Well, a couple designers have a new idea about how to use them. Marguerite Charmante and Wolfgeng Peter Schmiller put QR codes on a dress, and, hypothetically, a guy could see a girl waiting… More »


Quickies!: Sienna Miller’s Home Gets Tagged

Someone vandalized Sienna Miller’s home by scrawling a word we retired by her front door. [Candy Kirby]
Male porn stars actually have gripes about their jobs. [Tango]
No one is immune to the summer scarf. [Shine]
Credit cards are necessary, but you can avoid the debt trap. [College Candy]
A reader’s amazing sex life leaves… More »


Thoughts From Guys On Our IM: Internet Stalking

I recently found out via Facebook that my man-friend’s ex-girlfriend (with whom I’ve had a not-so-pleasant experience) is now living in New York, working for a former employer of mine, and is connected to a good friend. This is a major bummer, as it has revived my deep-seeded urge to keep tabs on her. I… More »


Facebook Goes Gender Specific

It always annoyed me a little that on Facebook my mini-feed would say, “Catherine just updated their About Me,” but I never gave too much thought to it. Well, Facebook just announced that they’ve updated it to say either “his” or “her.” This is great for people who care about matching nouns with pronouns, but… More »


Poll: Would You Date A Friend’s Ex?

Here’s the deal. A few months ago, I was dating a guy I was really into. One night, at a party, a friend of mine approached us. Except, she didn’t seem to want to talk to me — she flirted with my man while his arm was wrapped around me! She even asked for his… More »


The Daily Squeeze: Carla Bruni-Sarkozy’s Lovers, Facebook Changes, And Chicago Bulls’ Garters

On her new album, Carla Bruni-Sarkozy sings of 30 lovers and compares a man to heroin from Afghanistan and Colombian cocaine. She says she wrote the songs before meeting husband Nicholas, but it’s kind of nice that she’s keepin’ things real, even as the first lady. Also, on the album cover, her name is Carla… More »


Use Facebook Instead Of Sending Wedding Invitations

Weddings are expensive, that’s a fact. But there are some things you can do to keep the costs down. Alicia Rockmore, the CEO of an organizational company, says no one looks at invitations, and you should just have them printed online or send email invitations. Cheap invites are one thing, but email invitations? I think… More »


Poll: How Soon Do You “Friend” Guys You’re Dating?

A friend of mine has been dating a guy for three weeks. They hang out a few times each week and are sleeping together, yet they’re not “friends” on Facebook. My friend thinks this is weird. It’s not as though he doesn’t use Facebook. In fact, when she was last at his apartment, he was… More »


Secret Way That Facebook Reveals Your Top Five Stalkers! Maybe!

A Gawker tipster informs the website that if you go to your Facebook page, click on the search field, and then hit the down arrow key, a list of five people with appear. Who are those five people? So far, most people seem to be speculating that they are either the five people you search… More »


Friday Quickies!

Top Ten Mother’s Day Sex Tips — wash your hands! [Daily Bedpost]
What do table skirts have to do with sex? [Boinkology]
Crappy, anti-female ads all over Facebook. [Feministing]
Five men NOT to sleep with (like my boyfriend, bitch!) [College Candy]
Is it a good idea or a bad idea to wait until marriage before… More »


Yes, That Flair Does Make You Look Like A Rapist

One of the many stupid ways to waste your time on Facebook is by sending people “flair” — basically little icons users can put on their profile pages that represent their interests (i.e. a piece of flair of Harry Potter naked, or a piece of flair stating your love for boxed wine). But you can… More »


Stealing A Friend’s Friend

Even as adults, we deal with the same issues we did when we were in grade school, i.e., “She stole my friend!” Friend poaching, as the Seattle Times calls it, has always been a problem, largely because we don’t have the same rules in friendships that we have in relationships. There aren’t accepted rules like… More »


Friday Quickies!

Our six words to describe love and heartbreak? Mac ‘N’ Cheese Hurts Way Less. [SmithMag.com]
Watch a black-and-white film this weekend. [DAME magazine]
Are you a flirt? We are. [Tango]
We all use Facebook to keep tabs on our exes. [DearSugar]
Huge shocker! Feminists can be funny! [Salon] … More »


Annoyance Of The Day: Facebook Wedding Ads

If your status on Facebook is “engaged”, you get inundated with various bridal and wedding B.S. on your profile page. As if you need a reminder that you’re supposed to be planning a friggin’ wedding, not adding “tanning, indoor gardening, and mac ‘n’ cheese” to your interests. Ugh. … More »


Facebook Will Lead To The Downfall Of Romance And Mystery!

I’ve decided that Facebook and MySpace are dangerous for couples. Here are some examples of what I mean:

1. My fiance and I are both on Facebook, but were not “friends” until recently because, as he said, “I hate Facebook. I only am on it for work networking reasons.” Which explains why, I guess,… More »


Why We Love Yale Sluts

After years of studying and not getting laid just so they could get into Yale, some Zeta Psi recruits have officially blown their chances of ever enjoying a woman’s touch. The freshmen frat wannabes posted a picture on Facebook of themselves in front of the Women’s Center on campus with a sign that read, “We… More »


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