The Best Of The Web: Christian Marriage & Bad Boys

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The Best Of The Web: Christian Marriage & Bad Boys
Finding love in 2010, first date conversations and Tiger!

It's the last week before the entire world engages it's cruise control. While you work to finish up the big items, take a quick break and dig into the best the web has to offer regarding love… and relationships.

Over at the Huffington Post, Laura Trice argues that Tiger should take a lesson from the last movie star: George Clooney. Evidently, the Cult of Clooney appreciates his candor regarding his tomcatting, childlessness and bachelorhood. We also like his distinguished wrinkles, dry wit and salt & pepper wig.

Speaking of misuse of technology in the dating milieu, our good buddies at Lemondrop suggest a less in-your-face approach to early dating communication. Also, maybe we should begin questioning Facebook's usefulness.

The crew at The Frisky has a nice list of 25 things to never say on a first date. Some of them are second date topics and some are deathbed confessions. I guess demanding a 5-year plan is a bad idea too.

Over at Mom Logic, a bit of praise for the Christian Marriage Manual and the clitoris. That fun little bundle over nerves is referenced a number of times. Yep, the big man put it there for a reason, ya'll. Great read, don't be… left behind.

At Hollywood Life, they discuss Kate Hudson's penchant for bad boys (one of my favorite writers is quoted). To whit: a guy suspected of using performance-enhancing drugs, a guy who admitted using the juice, a guy once addicted to actual drugs and a lovely, hilarious guy who some suspect of abusing narcotics. America's sweetheart likes 'em complicated or buff. Read: Why Good Girls Want Bad Boys...And Why They Shouldn't

The fantastic Em & Lo (EmAndLo.com) discuss the best way to enjoy a holiday party without too many repercussions. So, think before you wear a lampshade, tell your boss what you really think or bang your 23-year old subordinate. Do those things if you must but have a plan going in and stick with it. Read: Office Holiday Party Dos And Don'ts

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