If you're convinced that science only confirms the obvious, we've got some mind-boggling news for you. According to research conducted by Dr. Stephanie Ortigue, a professor at Syracuse University, love actually does occur at first sight, and it happens within a fifth of a second.
You know that ritual where people toss out pictures and mementos from past relationships? A couple of months ago, Facebook ruined that for millions of heartbroken people after it began displaying pictures of their exes in the Photo Memories module. If Photo Memories has ever ambushed you with bittersweet reminders of happier times, you'll be glad to know that Facebook has finally taken measures to stop exes from showing up in your profile.
When Mr. "I think he's the one!" turns into Mr. "Bullet Dodged," what do you do with the rock left behind? You may love bling, but you don't want to wear the karma of relationships past on your finger. Sometimes, the only reasonable thing to do is to sell that bad boy, but selling a diamond is more complicated than unloading that treadmill you bought last January and never used.
From cartwheeling over a restaurant chair like I was in the "American Gladiators" atlasphere to accidentally saying unflattering things about Hunt's ketchup (honestly, how could I have possibly known her father worked Hunt's parent company, agribusiness giant ConAgra?), I'm an ace at figuring out how to thoroughly embarrass myself. But I've also been on the receiving end of some ridiculous Bad Date Behavior. (It's not ALWAYS me, you guys.) I've come to know which faux pas are forgivable, and which should just be written off as romantic losses and go in the proverbial book.
Before you go out for another marathon weekend of drunk texting, vibrator buying and mooning after your sociopath non-boyfriend, check out some of these twelve links from our Internet besties. Empower thyself!
What do Madonna, Michelle Obama, and Jennifer Aniston all have in common? They all rock the body part that a new study says men love most: great arms.
"Daily Mail" columnist Liz Jones is at it again -- this time she's tsk-tsking celeb cads like David Arquette, Jude Law and Tiger Woods for stepping out on their beautiful, powerful partners with -- gasp! -- waitresses. Jones calls the phenomenon "cheating down." Let's ignore Jones's not-at-all subtle classism for a minute -- servers are human beings with legitimate careers and not, you know, Victorian prostitutes -- and explore her point about the appeal of sleeping with someone, er, "below your station."
Nothing says "long distance relationship" like waiting months on end just to hold your partner's hand. Miserable, right? Enter the Taion Heart, a Japanese handheld gadget that mimics the sensation of holding hands by sending your pressure squeeze, pulse and hand temperature to your partner's matching device.
Do you know, off the top of your head, how your spouse likes his coffee? While a few decades of marriage sounds like plenty of time for spouses to figure out each others' favorite breakfast foods or movies, a new study finds that couples who have been married for forty years know less about each others' preferences than couples who have been in committed relationships for one or two years.
Holy crap, we're in the middle of a crisis, y'all! Manliness is under attack! According to way too many articles to count in the last few months, men have turned into big, fat, commitment-phobic pansy asses. But I don't buy it. Here are 30 manly things I love that, as far as I can tell, haven't gone anywhere.