Posts tagged "love"

Dream Man Rescues Ribs From Apartment Fire

Do you believe in modern heroes? Do you believe in true living, breathing princes? Have you considered the infinite possibilities of beauty that lie within each human being? If you didn’t already, you will after hearing about Californian man Robert Wright!
See, Mr. Wright was in the middle of a 3 a.m. barbecue (RESPECT) thi…

Bronwyn Isaac / September 2, 2015

Dater X: More Like Dater S-E-X, Right!? High Five!

Some bloggers take great delight in burying the most important or exciting bit of information at the bottom of their post, click-baiting you into scrolling paragraph after paragraph of self-indulgent prose to get there. Today, I simply can’t contain myself…

Dater X 3.0 / July 7, 2015

Meek Mill And Nicki Minaj’s “All Eyes On You” Assures That The Couple Is Fine, Thanks For Asking

Nicki Minaj wants you, your mom, that girl you sit next to at work and your ex-boyfriend to know that she and Meek Mill are 100 percent totally fine and in love, thank you very much. She’s not going to tell you straight out, because she doesn’t need to. Instead, she will guest on her…

Megan Reynolds / June 26, 2015

Science Has Discovered What You Need To Say To Make A First Date Successful

Researchers from Stanford and the University of California have done us all a favor and figured out what to say and what not to say on a first date. Legends. To carry out their study, the researchers ran and recorded free speed-dating events for heterosexual grad students. After the date, the students reported how well…

Ask Men / June 12, 2015

Paris To Remove Iconic Lovers’ Locks From Pont Des Arts Bridge

Love is dead. JK, but people may be if the estimated over 700,000 pad locks attached to the the bridge at the Pont des Arts in Paris aren’t removed stat, since they are creating a weight that is sending the bridge into eventual collapse.
Lovers attach personalized locks to this bridge in Paris on a…

Katrin Higher / May 31, 2015

24 Signs You’ve Found Your Soul Mate

There are people you meet who, for no reason you can explain, you share a connection with on a deeper level than anyone else you’ve ever known. Whether you believe in the kind of a soul mate born from fiction and fairy tales, or simply hope that there is someone out there who is meant…

Tres Sugar / April 12, 2015

40 Outdoor Date Ideas For A Spring Fling

Swing, dive, skate, or hike your way into the new season with one of these sunny date ideas. Take advantage of the warmer temperatures Spring has to offer by taking date night outside. We’ve rounded up tons of beautiful inspiration for romantic outdoorsy outings (some are perfect for getting a head start on your summer…

Tres Sugar / April 6, 2015

Here’s Why Free Dating Sites Aren’t Working For You (And What You Can Do About It)

I’m not going to call it ‘online dating’ on a ‘dating site’ because those term are as outdated as ‘going steady’ or ‘courting.’ Match.com, OkCupid, Bagel Meets Coffee, and, yes, even Tinder are simply technologies that help you date; nothing more, nothing less. So what is this dating with technology idea? Read more on Ask Men…

Ask Men / March 29, 2015

These Happy Skeletons Are On A Mission To Prove That Love Has No Labels

In an effort to fight prejudice and implicit bias, the Ad Council put together this PSA featuring love in its many forms – and just how little our external “differences” matter at the end of the day. The ad prompts viewers to visit Love Has No Labels, a site that further explains how even those of…

Claire Hannum / March 5, 2015

Couple Passes Away Peacefully Together In A Real-Life “Notebook” Story

Floyd and Violet Hartwig were married for 67 happy years before dying side by side in their home, at the ages of 90 and 89, on February 11. In many ways, their life was like a series of scenes straight out of “The Notebook” — minus a breakup and all those unread letters. Like Noah and…

Claire Hannum / February 26, 2015

Relive Your Messy Past At The Museum Of Broken Relationships

Want all the objects that remind your of a tumultuous past relationship preserved for all to see? It’s not like you want to keep that stuff around to torture you, right? The Museum of Broken Relationships in Zagreb, Croatia will gladly take it off your hands for you. Founded by two exes, artists Olinka Vištica and Dražen Grubišić, the museum encourages viewer…

Claire Hannum / February 21, 2015

It’s Time To Cry: Man Finds Lost WWII Love Letter He’d Written To His Late Wife

Even the coldest, most bitter of hearts will melt at the sight of 90-year-old Bill Moore gushing over his late wife of 63 years, Bernadean. Bill and Bernadean were dating when he was just a 20-year-old fighting in World War II, back in 1945. While he was deployed, he wrote her countless love letters. Bernadean saved every one, but they were…

Claire Hannum / February 19, 2015

Of Course There’s An App Based On Those “Fall In Love With Anyone” Questions

Remember those 36 questions that had a brief stranglehold on the internet about a month ago because of their alleged power to make anyone fall in love? The questions grow more intimate as the list wears on, increasing a sense of vulnerability to the two participants. Sharing responses to the questions with a partner, and staring into each…

Claire Hannum / February 18, 2015

My 9 Favorite Relationships In Pop Culture

There are plenty of really, truly bad relationships in pop culture (Christian and Ana, anyone? Romeo and Juliet?), and even the sort of mediocre relationships in pop culture would be considered totally melodramatic and probably borderline unhealthy if you took them out of fiction and put them in real life. But there are a few…

Rebecca Vipond Brink / February 11, 2015

10 Reasons Why Valentine’s Day Is Awesome And You Should Celebrate It

Despite my consistent general mood of cynicism and constant mild frustration with humanity, I happen to be a person who’s enthusiastic about all holidays, even the “Hallmark” holidays. Which means that I love Valentine’s Day, and now that it’s just around the corner, I’m going to try to make an argument for why you should…

Rebecca Vipond Brink / February 3, 2015

Dater X: Love Is About Choice, Not Chance

I’m convinced that 2015 is going to be a year of learning for me. We’re only a few weeks into the new year, and I like to think I’ve already discovered quite a few things about myself, big and small, both in life and in love. But it wasn’t until I got together with my…

Dater X 2.0 / January 21, 2015

For Just $25, This Fake Boyfriend Will Be More Attentive Than Your Real Boyfriend

As someone who is well versed in making up fake boyfriends, and even better at making them zero percent believable [Hello Jamie from Escondido, who was a bad fake boyfriend given that A) all of my friends had actually met the real Jamie from Escondido, and B) we had met him at CHEERLEADING CAMP], I…

Beejoli Shah / January 20, 2015

What Does Your Profession Say About Your Love Goals?

The dating app Clover analyzed data from 33,000 of their users to figure out what people in different professions want out of their, well, not exactly “love lives,” in all circumstances, but what they want when they meet new people, especially through the app.
Apparently, doctors and lawyers need friends (m’aww). Actors DEFINITELY just…

Rebecca Vipond Brink / December 9, 2014

Life After Dating: On Expecting A Relationship To Save You

If someone suggested that you were holding out for a relationship to save you and magically solve all your problems, you’d adamantly insist they’d gotten you all wrong and briefly consider slapping them in the face, right? Expecting a guy to save you sounds ludicrous on a surface level, and even reminiscent of the dreaded…

Claire Hannum / December 8, 2014

Couple Marries On New York City Subway

When 26-year-old Hector Irakliotis boarded the New York City subway’s N train Friday afternoon, passengers had no idea they were about to witness in one of the biggest days of his life. He announced to the train full of strangers that in a few minutes, he’d be getting married — right there in front of…

Claire Hannum / December 1, 2014
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