Locking lips looks good in these classic on-screen movie romances.
There's nothing like a great movie kiss to prompt that goofy smile that you hope no one catches you wearing. A kiss can make or break a relationship—they're just that telling. Because YourTango love kisses and films, we tracked down some of the greatest on-screen smooches from films new and old.
From the book Great Kisses... and Famous Lines Right Out of the Movies, we've selected six memorable lip-locks, along with the seductive banter that led into them. Luckily we're not the Academy, so we don't have to choose just one.
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All the items you need at work in case your late night dinner turns into an overnight visit.
So, you're at a bar with a guy you like and you're thinking it'd be a good idea to go home with him. But it's a work night. And you don't have clean underwear in your purse. Do you have to go home? Not if you're a YourTango user. We want to make dating, and going home with men, as easy and fun as possible. With this in mind we've created the Dating Girl's Desk Kit: all the items you need in your desk so no one will know you spent the night at his place.
It’s not necessary to spend a ton of money on lingerie to please your man. Our panel of guys let us in on a simple secret when it comes to your underwear, less is more and simple is better. Here are some of the best pieces of lingerie that our panel of guys say are a must have for every woman.
Think your friend's a speed bump in the road to true love? Check out these nine telltale signs.
Single and wish you weren't? Taken with trouble brewing on the home front? Have you tried everything: blaming your parents, your job and the ex-boyfriend who destroyed every last shred of romantic functionality you had in you? When all other relationship diagnoses fail, blame your friends! That's right. The besties, frenemies, family members and other so-called "friends" in your life might be toxic for both you and your relationship. Think your friend's a speed bump in the road to true love? Check out these nine telltale signs.
Relationship manuals to help you meet and marry your soul mate.
There are thousands of love and relationship books on the market, each preaching their own brand of advice on how to meet, catch and keep your match. But with so many contradictory theories—from advocating subtle (and not so subtle) manipulation to encouraging total, unabashed honesty—it's tough to figure out which rule book to play by if you want to win the game of love. Having helped men and women find their soulmates in one of the toughest cities in the world, Elizabeth Webb, New York City's premier Love Coach, knows first-hand what it takes create a successful relationship, from meeting to marriage. Here, she dishes the dirt about the best books on relationships, letting you know which parts of each to take—and toss—when you're preparing to find the love of your life.
YourTango staff, friends and family gathered for holiday festivities in December.
The YourTango team of in-house staff, contributors, and advisors got together in December to spread holiday cheer. All were excited about the site's new look and are looking forward to new community features, videos, stories and blogs 2009!
Make the holidays memorable by starting your own holiday traditions to carry on for years to come.
The year may be coming to end, but the time to get closer to your partner is just beginning. The holidays are an opportunity for couples to introduce the traditions that have been passed from one generation to the next—but also to create new traditions that enhance a relationship for years to come. Here we've collected ten holiday traditions (some a little spicier than others) that you and your boyfriend or husband can make your own. Happy holidays! – Maureen Dempsey and Elizabeth Narins