According to a survey of Western Europeans, English men are the least happy about being single. The study showed that UK women could stand singlehood more. They are also emerging independent sentiment among surveyed women. And it could count for some of what ails single men.
Over the last 10 years, the average breast size in the United Kingdom has increased from 34B to 36C. There are a number of theories as to why this is happening. In truth, it's likely a combination of many factors.
Jack Nicholson is known for being a lot of things. One of the them is not maudlin. He explained to AARP how his years are starting to catch up with him vis-a-vis his love life.
A couple in Saudi Arabia have been forcibly separated and had their marriage annulled because the woman's family felt that the groom was not good enough for her. The couple has gotten their case to the King to decide.
One of the President's daughters has a wedding date, location, and groom. Jenna Bush will marry 29-year old Henry Hager in Texas and in May. It should be a good show. And they'll have had plenty of time to plan it, no word on where they'll take their exit strategy. We're guessing the south Pacific. It's popular.
Rumor has it that Gossip Girls stars Blake Lively and Penn Bagdley are a real life item. But Blake quashed those 'lies' in a recent interview in People. We guess this is one secret she'll never tell, XOXO.
A number of readers have objected to Michal Shnayerson's vilification of ketchup on eggs eaters. But one reader, called The Purveyor, actually went ahead and submitted his own version of 12 Relationship Red Flags.
Doggone it! Sienna Miller has been linked to another high-profile celebrity breakup. She claims to have nothing to do with Sean Penn and Robin Wright Penn's divorce. She's got her own thing going on with Rhys Ifans. More Hollywood gossip, it looks like.
Hindu women, in India, are not permitted to adopt children unless there is something seriously wrong with their husband. Even an abandoned woman cannot adopt unless divorced from their husband. This looks to be mostly an inheritance issue.
OK, it is officially a bad day for British marriage. According to a (possibly biased) poll by a UK solicitor 59% of women interviewed would get out of their deal immediately if not for the collateral concerns (money, feelings, et al). And 51% of the men interviewed felt the were in loveless marriages. Before everyone draws too many conclusions from this, keep in mind that it was conducted by a legal office trying to educate people about the value of mediation.