You know what girls are good at? Keeping secrets. Just kidding. No, we are not. Women like to share and care, and the ladies who work for The Frisky are no exception. But what are the deep, dark secrets of The Frisky ladies? From not-so-secret sexual assignations to repeat visits to Star Trek Conventions to plastic surgery confessions, we dish all — anonymously, of course — after the jump. Keep reading »
Yesterday, we warned the ladies about 19 Secrets You Shouldn’t Tell Your Boyfriend, although we’ll admit to missing two: 1) You can see a bald spot starting; 2) You think his penis is small. Yikes! Anyway, today we’re going to clue you gents in on how to prevent yourselves from saying something equally heinous to your special lady. Isn’t it amazing how one little sentence can shatter a whole relationship into pieces? Well, not anymore, buddy. Keep reading »
Esquire recently published an article called “1,000 Things You Don’t Know About Women,” full of quotes gathered from lots of women who were asked to share something about their gender that men my be surprised to learn. The Frisky would like to do a similar article on things women don’t know about men and, guys, we need your help. Would you please share a secret or two about sex, relationships, what you love about women, what you wish you could change, and how you view life through the lens of a guy? Please don’t leave your secrets in the comments (we want to keep them a secret for now, after all), but send them to email@example.com so we can share them with our readers, along with submissions from other dear males in our lives. Many thanks!! Keep reading »
This month, Marie Claire had their male dating blogger, Rich Santos, reveal 20 secrets men keep about “sex, dating, relationships, and you.” I read through them and thought, “These have to be the worst-kept secrets since Elton John was in the closet.” Seriously, most of these “secrets” read like, well, like a women’s magazine’s (or blog, natch) rant against men. After the jump, eight “secrets” men keep that will make you say, “Well, duh.” Keep reading »
For some reason Wines of Chile, a commerce group akin to our Cotton Council, commissioned a study of 3,000 women in the U.K. to see how many secrets they told and how many they were able to keep. The study uncovered that (gasp!) drinking wine usually loosens women’s tongues and makes us a lot more likely to speak our minds. The study also found that women spill the beans in an average of 47 hours. Still, 83 percent of women surveyed consider themselves 100 percent trustworthy. But the vital information not mentioned in this report includes: why busting women on how much they gossip is a good way to publicize wine and whether there was a similar study commissioned to investigate the embarrassing conversational habits of men. [Daily Mail]
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Ugh, I always manage to be “that girl” at the party, whether I’m drinking or someone else is drinking somehow wine spills onto my clothes. Thanks to my mom though I know that if I grab some salt from the kitchen I can scrub it out before the stain sets. After talking to a few of my other mom’s friends and neighbors I’ve rounded up some homemade beauty secrets that have been passed down from moms to daughter over the years.
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I still remember the day I walked into my house only to be confronted by my entire family staring at me like I was an alien as my mother shrieked through her tears, “Thank god you’re home—I thought you were dead!!!”
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Nazita Aminpour is suing Chase bank for telling her husband about her secret individual bank account with $800,000 in it. Aminpour had a joint account with husband David Shamash at Chase but kept her individual account a secret. Shamash found out about her secret account when a Chase employee cold-called to suggest he take his money out of that account and invest it in a different way. According to the suit Aminpour filed, Shamash started harassing her until she gave him $155,000 to invest in the stock market and to cover a margin call he had on his stock account. Aminpour says Chase violated non-disclosure laws and is asking the bank to pay her $155,000 plus legal fees. It seems pretty crazy that a woman would keep that much money a secret from her husband, but the bank had no business telling him about it. Do you think it’s OK for husbands and wives to keep secret money stashes from their significant others? [NY Post via Jezebel] Keep reading »