A win for gender equality.
Peter Capaldi is the 12th Doctor Who . . . Doctor, following in the footsteps of the greats: David Tennant...
This week we've got Dr. Who vs. Buffy the Vampire Slayer facing off against Game of Thrones vs. Friends. Those are four pretty fierce fan bases, so I'm excited to see how this all goes down and who makes it to the final round.
We have had sex a couple times already and it was that sweet, loving kind of sex. Don't get me wrong, it was wonderful, but I was wondering what the best way is to see if your boyfriend would consider being a little naughtier in the sheets (ex: dirty talking?) without looking like a total sl00t?
I feel like if a guy is telling me he's not interested, but can still be sold on sex, I should probably just accept that he's "not that into it" instead of telling myself he's just scared of commitment or is putting up walls.
Why is asking to talk to a guy a big deal? Recently I texted my FWB that I wanted to talk to him, and asked if he had a minute later on in the day. He immediately shot back, "What's it about? Am I in trouble?"
Our relationships, in whatever form they take to begin with, always seem to hit the same problem area eventually. The dreaded "gray area". It's where men tend to drag out the dating or hooking up phase, and avoid putting a label on "what we are".
Most resolutions are a mistake to make. The reason they’re mistakes are simple: you’re the one making them. You’re not going to be objective enough to do it. In truth, be brave, bite the bullet and ask him what resolution he’d like you to make. Watch his eyes go as wide as Smaug’s.
Everyone, for one night of the year, gets to indulge openly in some fantasy, a little wish fulfillment, and a smidge of bacchanal delight.
Having given in to my studious nature, I’m happy to produce for you 11 women you should feel threatened by over the next few months. Don’t worry, not in a literal sense, just in a “my boyfriend’s totally thinking about how hot she looks” kind of sense.
He says he's into me and when we're together it's always an amazing time, but doesn't an interested guy...well...act interested?
There’s a guy (always is, right?), and he’s really cool and all, and we get along really great together. We’ve hung out a bunch of times, but here’s the thing: he’s got a reputation for cheating. I mean, I know from friends that he’s cheated on at least 2 girls before.
So over orientation last week, I met this super cutey and since we’re both new to the school and the city and everything we kind of made it a point to hang out a lot.
It’s August. The days of sleeping in and sleeping out are waning as move-in day is approaching far too fast. Savor the summer. Savor the in-between season between class schedules.
Everyone keeps asking me and him if we’re next, and I love him, but I don’t know if I want to get married!!! What do I say if he asks?
There comes a point where you can call yourself an adult. And the confirmation doesn’t necessarily come at a Church but potentially in a dorm room, a first apartment, or even outside of a bar.
See, my first question is - and I’m not saying it’s a fair one - is he an only child? Is he from Texas?
Okay, okay, I know the title’s sappy as all get out, and I admit we can fall in love with more than one person, but nonetheless I have found an increasingly common denominator: