Obsessed with the Harry Potter series? Can't decide if you like Ron or Harry better? Apparently, neither can J.K. Rowling. Our life coach explains the fascination between one of the biggest love triangles of our time. Whose side are YOU on?
Hitch lives! The Will Smith character from the movie "Hitch" does exist. His name is Matthew Hussey and he is the wunderkind behind the groundbreaking "Get the Guy" dating and attraction system. The program is a series of body language and interpersonal social skills training that accelerates a woman's ability to send the right signals to a man of her interest. It is an attraction system that makes any woman approachable to any man who reciprocates.
Sharing a girlfriend is hard. And for you women out there who two time and cheat, don't come crying to me when they both abandon you. You see, if one finds out you love and have had sex with another guy, he'll dump you for sure. Then you have the other guy who knows you love this other guy who just dumped you and then he gets angry for you never telling him and leaves too. Tough situation, ain't it?
Love triangles can be traced back to their ancient roots in Camelot, where Queen Guinevere was forced to choose between King Arthur and Sir Lancelot. From there, history, literature and movies have been rife with tales of one unfortunate (and usually stunningly beautiful) woman's choice between two ridiculously handsome men.
A woman went skydiving with her dude, her dude's male buddy, and a rival for her dude's affections and wound up crashing into a garden some 17,000 feet below. The rival, one Els Clottemans, maintains her innocence and claims that the victim was someone she considered a friend. The prosecution claims she has mental issues and that the sabotage could be easily have been committed by an experienced skydiver in 30 seconds with a pair of scissors and a bad attitude. Be careful who you love triangle with.
As you likely know, Tiffani-Amber Thiessen (now just Tiffani Thiessen, I reckon) married a guy named Brady Smith back in 2005 and now she is pregnant. In Hollyweird you're not really taken until you have a kid or have been together for 12 years together, so this kid news is pretty devastating to a lot of us. It has me recalling all of my big-time TV crushes and what they mean to me. Featuring Winnie Cooper, Kelly Kapowski, Joey Potter and Margene Henrickson.
According to the gossipmongers, John Mayer may be double-dipping with two exes (that's quadruple-dipping). And those exes are Jennifer Aniston and Jessica Simpson. While ex sex is well and good, an ex love triangle is something else altogether. While Jessica Simpson is supposedly free since the Tony Romo split, Jennifer Aniston has been linked to Gerard Butler. This could get ugly, if at all true.
When Big Love came out, we all thought it was pretty silly. To start with, we all consider ourselves to be one family, not three separate but connected families. The ideas that plural marriage is restricted to the one man and several wives model—and that it has to have a religious basis—are both ridiculous. We also don't consider the political jockeying, the backbiting and the attempts to get more of the husband's attention or money, to be loving behavior. If the youngest wife is so insecure, she should go find herself a nice monogamous man.
Oh boy. Brad Pitt wants to put a rest to all of this craziness regarding his ex and his current. Pitt (starring in The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button, in theaters now) sort of adds a little fuel to the fire he's trying extinguish regarding the Pitt-Jolie-Aniston love triangle. He says that there was no nefarious affair between himself and Angelina Jolie on the set of Mr. And Mrs. Smith, but he feels bad for the position that Jennifer Aniston is in. Well then.
Just when you thought it was safe to get out of the water. It looks like Michael Phelps may have found himself in a little love triangle. Hmm. We find this a little tough to believe for some reason. Not that Michael Phelps isn't awesome, he is. But it just seems a little outrageous. More outrageous than breaking Mark Spitz's 36-year old record? Touche.
And the saga continues. You may remember Lara Logan from her love triangle with married contractor Joe Burkett and Michael "The Australianest Man In Iraq" Ware. Now, Media Bistro is reporting that CBS's chief foreign correspondent is all kinds of pregnant. Logan's "how did this happen?" is a slightly more reasonable question that the typical affair-with-a-married-man cum love triangle cum love child. It turns out that she had an ectopic pregnancy a while back and was under the impression that she was barren. Ruh roh. We totally know what she means. Our mom was supposed to be unable to reproduce, so you call us accidents and we call ourselves miracles, like the Incredible Hulk.