You only get to pick one first name for your baby. Many parents can weigh the merits of different names for months before deciding on one. On Friday, the Social Security Administration released the list of most popular baby names in the US for 2008.
A group of editors, TV people, and local women descended upon a giant villa at the Sunset Marquis last night, and even though I hardly knew anyone, it wasn’t awkward at all. I grew up in a house where we never ever ever ever ever talked about this stuff (still don’t), but honestly, I heard about everything imaginable last night, and I didn’t even blush! It was fun.
I went on a date the other week with a pair of hot Swedish volleyball players with galactic hoots and bodies so taut that quarters bounce off bellies. These buxom hotties could easily have graced the pages of Brodawg Magazine, posing in the rain, wearing only leather belts. As they were putting on their heels to join me in the champagne jacuzzi, it occurred to me that these phantasmagorical sirens weren't doing it for me. Then I woke up with both of my arms in my pant legs. Cursed margaritas, so tequila-y and delicious.
Twice, my friend Susan (I have changed some names and identifiers) found herself covering for a date who was short on cash. On the first date. At the end of one of them, there was even a humiliating walk to an ATM machine, where he handed her precisely his half and thanked her for a nice evening. Susan was mortified.
We sort of vaguely remember the pop cultural phenom known as 'The Wolfboy.' Wolfboy is Larry Ramos Gomez, a 31-year-old man suffering from hypertrichosis, a disorder which causes thick, black hair to cover one's face. Today Variety.com reported that Zoo Prods. is developing a "docusoap"-style show trailing Gomez on his quest to find love. He's recently divorced from his wife and ready to find some ladies. The creators seem earnest in keeping the content quasi-intelligent and humanitarian—they want Wolf Boy to kick down that cumbersome "freak factor category" and be seen as a normal guy.
Is your sex life in a rut? Do you want to try out something new, but are unsure of how to go about doing so? Author Tracey Cox explains everything you need to know in her book, Secrets of a Supersexpert, from sex tips, miscellaneous trivia, and the psychology of falling in love.
Love Bytes: three must click sex, dating and relationship links. Parents and penis straws, pick up lines that fail and a Playboy model files for divorce.
Start off on the right foot. Go through our checklist of first-date deal breakers to avoid if you want to get past "Go." These may also come in handy if you're not feeling the love, or lust, vibe on your date and seek an easy way out. Turning the other person off will definitely extinguish any possibility of a second date.
YourTango this week from fresher than a newborn. From post-preganancy sex to intelligent dating, there was something for everyone. But in case you were too busy checking that bun in the oven, here's what you missed.
Women have probably internally wondered for centuries why men devour sex like a two-bite appetizer instead of savoring it like a five-course meal. Let's be honest, more times than not a metaphorical bill has arrived before most women have even had a chance to finish buttering their bread. Do they think we don't want foreplay? Are they just super-selfish? Lazy? Take us for granted? Secretly inexperienced? Dr. Brian Parker's explanations and tips to get your fella more interested in foreplay.