Single girls, listen up and take heed – if you’re in a textlationship, that’s all that it’ll amount to. It’s going nowhere outside of your inbox.
My feelings have been hurt many times by the good ol’ RR…including by my dad. My own FATHER, y’all.
“You had sex with him on the first date? Oh, no! Now he’ll never think of you as girlfriend material.” “Why buy the cow when you can get the milk for free?” “You are the easiest sex, goodbye!”
I texted him that day that I had a perfect night (mistake #1) but didn't hear back from him. After a day, he texted me back that he found my panties in his room, but I figured he would only text me that if he wanted to see me again, right?!
Cuffing season has officially come to a close – and that it’s time to shed that romantic dead weight you’ve been holding on to since you downloaded Tinder around Thanksgiving.
Men can be with a perfect 10 and still wonder if they could bag an 11.
While there's no rulebook that tells you exactly how to achieve relationship nirvana, there are absolutely some guidelines and ground rules you should be following.
First of all I'd like to point out that I already know I'm in very dangerous territory, given this guy is two years younger than me, and I'm mainly writing in to confirm my worst suspicions but I am desperate for one final opinion...
To some extent, we all go through this heightened sense of reality after a great date. And usually it's for no other reason than the fact it's fun to wonder "what if..." Unfortunately, letting your imagination wander too far can be detrimental to the here-and-now.
My friend Lenia was in town for the weekend. We caught up over sushi and plum wine in Cobble Hill when she mentioned that one of her OkCupid matches wanted to meet up with her that night. As she showed me the text, I noticed his name before anything else – Mitt.
Having sex with your ex is a risky endeavor no matter how you look at it. It seems like a good idea. W…
Not that you needed validation anyway, girlfran. #do #you #boo
I deleted my OkCupid profile at the beginning of the year. I figured that I needed a fresh start. I had it for a good 24 months, met two douchebags and a handful of creeps who sent really uncomfortable messages. The page had bad vibes, man. So I started fresh and made a brand new one.
Boys be thirsty for the V.
You’re now either going to get caught somewhere in the middle of them or else you’re going to pick a side. Or THEY are going to decide who should get to keep you as a contact on their iPhone.
I've been with my man for about 3 months. Things have been great, we just had the happiest week together...until I found out he was cheating through text message. He was sending two other girls inappropriate text messages, just one or two times.
I double-dog dare you to shoot the link to a douchebag that’s currently ignoring you. Because it's NOT like he’ll respond ANYWAY.
What I don’t have are non-negotiables – dating deal breakers. It’s not like I’ve dated tons and tons of guys, so there aren’t any huge no-no’s that I’ve established.
It's really hard to write a dating blog when no one really wants to date you.
Yes, most of his songs are focused on giving him that toot toot and beep beep, but some of the tips are surprisingly good...
When I get texts from any man other than for business reasons, that's the first thing I say -- I have a great boyfriend and am committed to our relationship.
You want loyalty, honesty, commitment and faithfulness. You want to be respected. You want to be loved. You want your effort to be reciprocated.
Whenever I like a guy – I mean really, really like a guy – I somehow lose all of my hard-earned, Howard-educated judgment and morph into a third grader.
You know what I'm talking about - where you see a couple so obviously mismatched that you're left wondering how they even got together in the first place.
When it’s real, you’ll try your damndnest to keep it going. And we can't knock you wrongdoers for trying.