If you've mentally moved on from a current relationship and don't want to be bothered with the details (i.e. taking the energy to tell them) then let the guys over at IDUMP4U gently break the news.
If there's one holiday that's become a worldwide hit, it's Valentine's Day. What can we say, love is a universal theme, but not everyone chooses to celebrate it with roses and boxes of chocolate. After doing a little research, we found plenty of traditions that we wish we could import into our own Valentine's Day practices. See, love—not Hallmark—really does make the world go 'round!
Gifts are nice but, baby, the best things in life are free. Especially when it comes to your special lady, compliments can go a long way, even longer than giving her a fancy pair of diamond earrings! OK, maybe not that far ... But seriously, making a woman feel wanted, appreciated, and totally friggin' gorgeous will make her the kind of happy money just can't buy. So, save your dough and try some of this sweet talk.
Remember when everyone was a Carrie, Charlotte, Miranda, or Samantha? Well, now that the first season of scandal-fest reality TV Jersey Shore is over, it's high time to see where you would fit in in Guidette World. Maybe you don't wear hair extensions and Ed Hardy makes you hurl, but haven't we all brought home a few grenades? Read on to see whether you're most like Snooki, Sammi, J-WOWW, or Angelina "Jolie."
Inspired by a recent post on Hollywoodlife.com we've been thinking about the possible sea change that is occurring with celebrity couples and possibly with society as a whole. Whereas 2009 seemed full of bad boys (John Mayer, Peter Orszag, Jude Law, Tony Romo, Jon Gosselin, Nas, Mel Gibson and of course Chris Brown) perhaps we're seeing a return to good old-fashioned chivalry and goddess-worship.
Journalist and author Hannah Seligson's debut book, "A Little Bit Married: How to Know When It’s Time to Walk Down the Aisle or Out the Door," explores what may be holding this generation back from marriage.
Most women we know either revel or dread February 14th, Valentine's Day. Well, it looks like men are the same way. Out of 50 men polled, 40 knew the date. The other 10, well, they were close.
Major gender role changes are afoot, according to a new study from the Pew Research Center. Men are increasingly marrying women who earn more money or education than them. The numbers say it all: In 1970, 4% of wives earned more than their husbands; in 2007, 22% did. Good job ladies! Let's examine what has caused this shift in gender dynamics.
Long before Demi and Ashton ever went public, older women were on the prowl for younger lovers. Here's a list of notable women throughout history who had the stamina to keep up with younger men.
A young woman lets her inhibitions go, and kisses a fellow commuter.