Ron Geraci, dating expert and author of The Bachelor Chronicles, lists his "Humble Pleas from a Single American Man"—five things that women should start or stop doing on dates.
One-night stands: for or against? The Daily Bedpost posed this question earlier this week, and readers responded in favor of the casual liaison. Em and Lo, in turn, laid out ten basic rules of the one-night stand. After all, knowing you'll never see him again does not give you (or him) permission to be rude. Some of our favorites (with a bit of interpretation)...
Does the start of fall mark your transformation into a sports widow? Does spring fever mean the only home runs being scored are on the baseball diamond? And does March Madness leave you playing one-on-one, solo? If so, take a time out and watch Love U's "How To Enjoy Watching Sports With Your Man."
Remember Omarosa from the first season of The Apprentice? No? We don't either. But she's back nonetheless- at least on bookshelves where you'll find her face on the cover of the new book The B*tch Switch: Knowing How To Turn It On and Off, by Omarosa, of course. (Who does she think she is, Madonna?!) The book is about acceptance (she said the b-word, not us!) and control (not only is Omarosa a self-proclaimed b*tch, but she has the power to hold it in or let it rip…so she says).
French women don’t need Tuccillo’s book He's Just Not That Into You because it's common sense.
NEXT EPISODE >> Tuccillo travels to Beijing believing that the men will outnumber the women. However, once she arrives, she realizes that just the opposite is true. Want to know what happens next? Watch all the China webisodes from Liz Tuccillo's "How To Be Single" series! VIDEO: Single In China: Not Enough Men VIDEO: Single In China: A Sexual Revolution VIDEO: Single In China: Sex in "Dis" City VIDEO: Single In China: Mandarin Love Songs
French women use their instincts to determine whether men like them. They just try to be themselves and let men love them as they are.
Liz Tuccillo goes behind the statistics to find out what it's really like to be single in Sydney, Australia, a city that's experiencing a "man drought:" one single man for every five single women. The ladies she talks to agree: all the good ones are married! Or gay!