Staying friends with an ex and lethal Facebook-ing.
Speaking of people playing it close to the vest, Eva Longoria and Tony Parker (the Frenchman basketballer) are on the outs. Betty Confidential thinks her lady friends should have spoken sooner and really gotten in that craw.
Hmm. If you were Kate Middleton's BFF and you didn't love Prince William, would you say anything? Yeah, me neither. Glo has a royal-icous slide show of the bestest gentried weddings ever.
And Modern Man has tips on how to buy something else specifically for gals: lacy under things. I'd say don't pay as much attention to the cut or the sexiness BUT do not get the wrong size. For sheez.
And the crew at The Frisky have tips on how to throw a family-fee Thanksgiving. Get there.
Over at Huffingon Post, Judith Johnson discusses what it's like to have an alliterative name. Nope, she discusses the elusive search to find the divinity in your partner. FYI: "namaste" more or less means "I see the divinity in you," powerful stuff, friends.
On the flip side of finding the divine spark in a mate is not understanding them. The gang at Love In The Dumps discuss dating the miserably misunderstood person. Before you judge, make sure they don't have Aspergers.
My bud Simone Grant takes on her least favorite word: settle. Compromise looks a lot prettier when someone else is doing it, right?
Speaking of settling, Leftos has an interesting query from gal whose ex-dude is dating someone who goes out of her way to spite her. In investing, new money trumps old money; in relationships, new tail ALWAYS trumps old tail. Sowwy.
Speaking of Facebook, we have a great, new series exclusively on the old Facebook. It features your favorite (and my favorite) Alice and Timmy trying to figure out what it takes to make a relationship work in the funky, tech-savvy 1950s.