So, before you hit up Amazon or the aisles of B & N, buying full-length travel guides to every country and city that's ever struck your fancy, just buy this one: 101 Top Honeymoon Destinations: The Guide to Perfect Places for Passion, a four-by-six-inch illustrated guide offering brief rundowns of what worldwide honeymoon locales have to offer. With destinations divided into eight sections ranging from luxurious to adventure to cosmopolitan, it helps to narrow what you're looking for from your 'moon and where you can likely find it. Does taking a thermal bath in ancient waters and learning to say "I love you" in native Quechuan sound up your alley? Check out Machu Picchu. Or would you rather sip cocktails in a sarong after horseback riding on the beach? Anguilla might have you and your honey's name written all over it.
But we're talking truly non-traditional (not, I think I'm going to wear ivory instead of white *gasp* non-traditional). A new magazine, With This Ring, is gearing up to address brides and weddings of the gay, interracial, interfaith, and with-child types. And anyone else who feels a little out of the box when it comes to saying I do.
More than 500 people responded to recent online ads selling both a home and the affection of its current owner, a single mother of two teens eager to turn over her deed and her heart. When traditional means of finding love such as online dating and scoping night clubs came up dry, the Associated Press reports that one South Florida woman decided to use the next logical forum. No, she doesn't have her own reality TV show or a YouTube following. Yet. Instead, she thought to kill two birds with one ad and sell her love along with her 2,000 square-foot West Palm Beach home on eBay and Craigslist. Forty-two-year-old Deven Trabosh insisted to the AP that her ads, listing the package deal at around $500k, were not about selling "herself" but her "love."
By now you might've heard what's been called "the douchiest phone message in history" from holytaco.com. But if not, please drag all impressionable youngsters into the room with you and have a listen to learn how never to leave a voicemail for a hot chick who gave you her number at the bar.
The key to a happy relationship? Treat him like a dog, reports Cincinnati news station WLWT. Well, somewhat. The station's web site covers a new book, DogSense, which tells readers to take relationship cues, namely, unconditional love, from their pets.
The key to a happy relationship? Treat him like a dog, reports Cincinnati news station WLWT. Well, somewhat. The station’s web site covers a new book, DogSense, which tells readers to take relationship cues, namely, unconditional love, from their pets. Author Carla Genender told the site: dog"At the beginning, it is so intense and so wonderful," she said of all relationships. "The longer you are in, no matter how good it is, the more you focus on the negative." So what’s the fix? One tip Genender offers is simple: Greet your spouse like your pooch does when you return home—pure excitement.
I'm so naive...I thought Alanis would play a song. Instead, I cringed through this smarmy "Alanis Morrisette Discusses Her Lesbian Days With Howard Stern" clip on Gawker. Howard hammers on about Alanis' hookups with women and tries to box her into easy-for-straight-folks-to-understand stereotypes, like when he asks, "What type of women were you attracted to? Ultra-femme? Or butch?" Alanis just laughs at him.
Based on a recent speed dating experience, graciously sponsored by New York Easy Dates, I came up with the following list of tips for what to do and what not to do to make the most of one's time in the unique world of forced encounters on the clock.
We're not sure if Virginia Beach resident and bride-to-be Kelly Gray could find a final gal pal to complete the bridal party or she was just looking to make some extra cash, but she put a bridesmaid spot in her upcoming wedding on eBay, according to The New York Times. Usually, people inwardly grumble when asked to be part of the wedding, if you've been in enough, you know the all-too-familiar grumble. The money you'll be spending, the mandatory bachelorette-party attendance. Who would pay to partake? (Sorry, brides.) Weird, right?
Here's a cringeworthy breakup story for you: 32-year-old Louise Croxon of England bit off her ex-boyfriend's ear after he dumped her. She just gnawed right through the skin. Yuck!