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Best Of The Dish 2007: Bad Research

In science it’s publish or perish. And sometimes researchers really have to stretch to make a study work. And sometimes they just like to confirm common knowledge. Here are the worst and most obvious love-related studies and surveys of 2007.

The iPhone Marriage Proposal

An enterprising young man named Claude proposed to his girlfriend Doris in an interesting way. Instead of using an electronic sign at the ball game, he created a mock iPhone commercial. Points for originality. See attached video.

Seniors Learning The Modern Dating Game

Some older folks are looking to get back into the dating game. But how? They need a safe and convenient place to do it. Where though? Yep, seniors speed dating. These oldsters are going to learn why some other oldster is awesome in 3 minutes or less.

Fergie And Josh Duhamel Engaged

Fergie and Josh Duhamel are engaged. The Transformers star proposed to the tiny songstress and evidently she agreed. This came after a recent interview in Blender that had her saying she was in no hurry to get married because of how close she and Duhamel were already so close.

The Best Of The Daily Dish

The Best of the Daily Dish in 2007. The top five stories in the fields of parenting, breakups, divorce, gay marriage, engagements, celebrity quarterbacks, bad research, and the collapse of marriage.

Best Of The Dish 2007: Gay Marriage

Gay marriage is touchy subject worldwide. A few countries allow it and a few US states allow something similar. This was a big year in gay marriage. And gay divorce. These are the biggest stories in gay marriage in 2007.

Best Of The Dish 2007: Divorce

Divorce is always on everyone’s radar especially with 1 out of 2 marriages ending that way. There are a few new trends in divorce and a few good studies done in 2007. Here are the most important divorce trends of 2007.