David Levy, the guy that thinks we'll have human-robot couples by 2050, is everywhere these days. But not everyone is convinced that robot lovers are such a good idea. And hasn't every science fiction movie shown that this won't end well?
A man in South Korea was not happy that he was broken up with. Not happy at all. He was so unhappy that he demanded his money back. When the girl didn't pay up, he took her to court and won. A later court reversed the decision. Proving that you can't go Dutch retroactively.
A woman was mad for years at one-night stand. Finally, she started dating someone new. But she was still mad. So, the new boyfriend and a buddy tasered the one-night stand guy and branded him with an 'R.' And there are some jail sentences coming for the woman and the new boyfriend.
Athletes are always looking for an edge. And now it appears they're using the same 'edge' that men suffering from impotence use. How unwholesome.
It looks like Brody Jenner (famous for no reason) is getting his own show on MTV. Super. The topic of the show is finding a new BFF for Brody. Okeedokee. The title of the show is Bromance. And this sucks.
A dude from Philly preyed on single women via internet dating. He convinced them that he was a millionaire and then bilked 13 of them out of big dollars. It looks like the new, new con is exploiting people looking for love. Bastards.
Getting someone to agree to marry you is tricky. There's no way of knowing if she'll say yes. So you have to find some elaborate, public way of asking so that she is so impressed she can't say no. At least that's how these dudes do it.
Several dating sites and advocacy groups think it's a good idea for prisoners to start web dating people on the outside. Some see a market to exploit, some see a service for danger seekers, and others think it will help rehabilitate cons. We see someone being really, really sorry.
Incidents in Greece, New York, and Seattle highlight that not everyone is comfortable with gay stuff. This includes dudes marrying and ladies kissing in public. Though the opposite would probably also be frowned upon.
Doree Lewak had an interesting piece in the Huffington Post. She basically states that intelligent women emulating characters from SATC are retarded (not in so many words). Her reasons are twofold; first, they're fictional characters that have become shorthand for certain female stereotypes. "Oh, you brought a random guy home from the bar last night, you're a Samantha. Tee hee." We agree that it is a little silly to identify with a fictional character but it's human nature. Associating with certain archetypes is something that we've done since the beginning of time, hence pantheons of gods known for an overwhelming characteristic.