How can you be lovers if you can't be friends? Michael Bolton was onto something. YourTango's LoveFeed tackles the pros and cons of turning a relationship from friendship into romance.
Recycle your cans and bottles. Turn off the lights when you leave the room. Have more sex. The latest research says that we have to cut our rate of harmful emissions by 9% per year to forestall drastic climate change. Now, Love Buzz doesn't know much about the science behind this claim (go here for an explanation) but we do know about the proposed solution: more sex.
We're happy to find that more and more engaged couples are planning an environmentally conscious wedding, complete with fuel-conserving hybrid limosines and worm-friendly dresses. Makes sense, considering that aside from a possible new house, the wedding is probably the heftiest expenditure that the new couple will fork out for.
Remember the lore behind green M&Ms? (They made you horny.) Well, the company has picked up and ran with the theory, introducing the all-green package and marketing it as the “new color of love.” In fact, they’ve developed a mini web site devoted to the greenies just in time for V-Day, which includes the history of the color’s sensual side and the ability to post your own reasoning why green is the new red. Marketing ploy, yes, but pretty cute, too.