The Soul Mate that you're dreaming of is also dreaming of you!
We're betting red dress shirts have been flying off the shelves since last week, when a study revealed that women are attracted to men in red. But the reverse is true, too—men go gaga over a woman in red. Here's how to update your look with the sexy shade that men love the most.
Why conceal your little black book under the floorboards when you can tote it around on your iPhone? DateMate, which promises to simplify the complex and highly confusing world of dating, is a new iPhone app that records past dates, measures compatibility among partners and even tallies the number of times one has had sex.
The results from Askmen.com's latest love/relationship survey revealed that most guys —or at least the 100,000 surveyed— purport to be fairly traditional and straight-laced. A whopping 80 percent said a break-up should be face-to-face, 80 percent said it's "not at all likely" or "not very likely" they'd cheat even if assured their partners wouldn't find out, while 75 percent fantasize or have fantasized about their partner's friends.
We had the chance to glean mobile dating advice from SpeedDate CEO and co-founder Dan Abelon. SpeedDate is a 10-million-user-strong dating site that host virtual speed dates between singles via IM, video chat or live audio. The site also offers iPhone and iPad applications, which means you could feasibly meet Mr. Right while you're killing time at the laundromat or waiting at the dentist's office. Abelon offered us the following tips for those dating on the go.
A few years ago, I stumbled out of a tent camp into the heat of the South Asian jungle, wearing somebody else's tuxedo jacket and the residual perfume of a gorgeous young stranger. Over the course of the preceding few days, I'd charmed this girl by being strangely confident, relaxed and laid back. Basically, I had become a better, bizarro version of myself.