A night out on the town can be fun, but sometimes all you need after a long week of schoolwork...
That smolder tho.
Khloe looks SO happy.
I don't want to lose an opportunity with a guy that I'm really into, but I don't want to mess things up either! What should I do?
Dear Tuffy Luv, Here’s my dilemma. I’ve been dating my boyfriend for about 7 months. He’s great, really into me and always doing anything he can to make me happy.
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I think I may have a serious problem, and I don’t think I am the only woman to have it. No, I’m not pregnant. No, I don't have any sort of STI. I am just romantically challenged.
There's nothing quite like the feeling of being loved. Not even fresh, hot chocolate chip cookies (with a little extra raw dough on the side) gives you the same warm, comforting feeling of knowing that someone out there really, really loves you. And that someone can be anyone: a boyfriend, a girlfriend, a best friend, your dog. It just feels good to be loved.
Ok I know what you're thinking, "ugh, another Valentine's post". You're probably as sick of hearing about this lovey-dovey holiday as I am (seriously, they put up the Cupid decorations on New Years Day!) but I think it's about time we really had it out on this one. Valentine's Day - do or don't?
Our boyfriends are wonderful; we love them more than anything. But if they did some (or preferably all) of the following, we’d be sending a mass text for a girls night ASAP to brag to all of our girlfriends about how absolutely amazing our guy is (and chances are they’ll be getting a little luckier then usual come bedtime…).
It’s like your mom always said: the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach. Even if you aren’t exactly Julia Child, you can still follow instructions, and that’s all you need to do to bust out a romantic dinner that’ll have him drooling for your food and bolting with you to the bedroom.
After spending lots of time analyzing my favorite movies, I’ve realized that it’s not so hard for the everyday man to create a movie moment in everyday life. Sure, finding a Leo DiCaprio to sketch my naked body on a sinking ship might be hard (and not ideal considering the ending), but many of the most romantic gestures in movies aren't so hard to manage, even without a script:
When I first heard that Joe Jonas couldn’t keep it together post break up with girlfriend Camille Belle and sobbed on stage during a show, I thought it was adorbs. A guy who is in touch with his emotions and willing to let it all out in front of 25,000 people? Be still my heart.