Blake Sheldon tweeted Adam Levine's cell phone number for the world to see. Yes, you read this correctly. You now have the ability to pick up your cell phone and call Adam Levine to express your undying love for him.
Recently, I was chatting with my text buddy James, and from what I've gathered, he wants to hook up with me ... and I don't want to. Anyway, one night he came right out asked how many people I've slept with. I told him it was none of his business... the cheeky bastard. Still, I was intrigued.
Romantic comedies, fairy tales and Sex And The City have led us to believe that finding "The One" is the primary goal of a woman's life. Find that magical, elusive guy and you'll unlock a lifetime of love, affection and happiness, right?
What's in a number anyway? My philosophy has always been that as long as my number of sexual partners is less than my age, then I'm doing okay.
5 Reasons your number doesn't matter: There's been a lot of talk about "sex numbers" this week thanks to Anna Faris' new movie, What's Your Number? We here at YourTango are even running a contest where, if you tell us how many people you've slept with (or your "best ex") you can win autographed goodies from the film. I couldn't bring myself to write my number.
The adorable Anna, 34, who you may recognize from 'The House Bunny' and 'Scary Movie,' invades theaters this Friday in her first rom-com, which goes by that very title: 'What's Your Number?' She plays a young woman named Ally Darling who figures her number of sexual partners (twenty) is way too high. In a vow to not hook up again until she finds true love, Ally sets out to re-visit her exes to see what went wrong, and if one of them is, in fact, "the one."
What's your number? Some people like to keep it under wraps at all costs. Some are not afraid to sing it — loud and proud. When you come into a new relationship, should you reveal that magic number of how many sex partners you've had in the past to your significant other or avoid the question like the plague?
Your weekend Love in Numbers. 100 sex toys for Angelina Jolie. Can you go 7 days sans texting? Groovay, Austin Powers 4 is coming.
According to a new survey conducted by Her Campus Media, 55.3 percent of college guys in America think a girl is "slutty" if she's had 10 or more sex partners. This is compared to only 33 percent who said a girl's "number" doesn't automatically make her a slut.
Why a guy's number (or a girl's) has to be baloney. What to do if he's boring in bed. What college-aged women don't care for in bed. Maybe faking an orgasm is OK from time to time. Getting even with an ex using a Craigslist escort. Do men snoop on their ladies? Poker star Vanessa Rousso tells you how to tell if a guy is lying. It is possible to change a man. When is it appropriate to bring up the past (sometimes never)? Are all dudes intimidated by tough cookie women or just timid dudes? Why are girlfriends-on-the-side unable to keep quiet? And are celebrity wedding vow renewals terrible or what?
How Many People Have You Slept With? : 0 - 1 2 - 5 6 - 10 11 - 20 21 - 50 50+
Lots of people think a woman's "number" is a big deal. Most dudes don't really want to know. They do want to know if she has sexually transmitted diseases. Or if she's still friends with any of the famous guys she's had sex with. Or, exactly, how kinky is she.
Women have an urgent need to blab every thought in their head and share every sexual experience they've ever had in their quest to "be honest" with men. This uncensored sharing is a big mistake. Men neither want nor need to know every detail of your life or your past. In most instances, they don't want to know and should never be told, because they can't handle hearing the truth about the number of men you've made love to!
I could list a litany of reasons why we’re an amazing couple (and alienate a large portion of readers while I’m at it), but the ultimate factor in the success of our relationship is not communication, trust, or any other idealized attribute. What it comes down to is something quite practical: similar expectations.