Whether it's guarding the stoop, taking a ride in the family car, or hanging out at home on the couch, sometimes it's just tough to resist a snooze. Let's face it, the life of a pooch can be downright exhausting. So much to chew, so little time! Can you really blame the five dogs in these video clips for needing to take a power nap?
Do you allow your kids to give you the joy of laughter? Do you let yourself play long enough to get the joke? Do you even take the time to hear them when they are funny...even if they don't intend to be? Do you factor in the self confidence and self worth they derive when you express your appreciation for them through your laughter? Live a little—Laugh a little!
I once dated a theater major who firmly believed women aren't as funny as men. I'd stomp my foot and declare that I was not only funny, but far funnier than he was. Every time the argument came up, he'd reference John Belushi, who despite his sexism was indeed a comedic genius, and how Belushi, "didn't think women writers were funny enough." This ridiculous "insight" came from his days on Saturday Night Live, days that included such other comedic geniuses as Gilda Radner.
We know her best for her hilarious roles as Sally O'Malley on Saturday Night Live and Mary Katherine Gallagher in Superstar, but Molly Shannon has since graduated into new roles, including wife, mother and... children's book author?
I can’t lie to you. I love technology. I do. The gadgets, the games and the advancements that make our lives so much easier are a dream come true. There is however, no sweet without the bitter and no appreciation without the pain. But before we get to ‘the pain,’ I couldn’t perch myself atop a soapbox, blasting the ramifications of these fantasy items without providing a balanced appraisal of just how wonderful these toys can be.
Tired of having the same old fight with your partner? Do you want to call a truce in your marriage? YourTango expert and marriage educator, Sherry Amatenstein, tells you why bringing a little humor into your next argument can break the pattern and ease the tension. In this video, learn why putting on a clown nose may be the best thing for your relationship! Humor: The Language of Intimacy
Unfortunately for me Heart and Conscience often like to ignore Reason. They drown him out forcing me to take sides with the majority. Usually though Reason has quite valuable information. On which I reflect when after the "massacre that is my dating life" Heart and Conscience feel guilty finally shutting the hell up. These are just a few of the lessons I have learnt. Macca's and skirting the bill.
Looks like Mila Kunis and I have something in common! When the Friends With Benefits star recently sat down with British Glamour, she revealed that her biggest turn-on is not a guy who can speak fluent Russian like she can, nor even someone who is as hot as her co-star, Justin Timberlake. She just has a thing for guys who can make her laugh.
Naivety is a funny thing. The smartest person could be susceptible to the ‘Gullible is written on the roof,’ trick. But that’s not what I’m talking about here. What I’m talking about are the lines guys say to get into your pants. Face it generally people like sex. Generally when people are attracted to one another they have sex – regularly for those with a little luck! So why do guys feel the need to give you a spiel about how they are not just after sex? – when clearly they are.
It's been less than 48 hours since Ashley Hebert and JP Rosenbaum made their engagement official on The Bachelorette. So what does a couple do after such a big announcement? Go on a press tour, of course.
Not everything smells like roses! Take a look at Ashley Hebert's most humiliating debacles from the just-concluded season of The Bachelorette.
Cosmo is at it again, serving up the latest batch of crazy sex advice in their August issue. And once again, College Candy took the opportunity to make digs at their sometimes cringe-worthy sex tips. They've got some pretty hilarious things to say, but we here at YourTango like to add our own hilariousness to the mix.
Cosmo definitely has some helpful tips, but there's also a lot of—how do I put this—hogwash floating around in there. College Candy realizes most of the magazine's so-called "facts" and love/sex advice should be taken with a grain of salt and feel it's appropriate (if not necessary) to poke a little fun. They scrutinize and ridicule the entire July issue cover-to-cover.
Are 'No Strings Attached' and 'Friends With Benefits' the same movie? I know, I know—your first reaction is probably the one that I had. "This is old news! We already know these movies are dealing with the same best-friends-sleep-together-then-fall-in-love story." But neither of us is as awesome as The Blind Film Critic, who mashed up the two trailers to show that even the perspective shots are the exact same. (OK, so he probably didn't make it himself, but he had someone combine the trailers to show the truth.)