Celeb feuds have become a badge of honor. Most celebs have engaged in at least one major feud in their career. Some celebs, like Taylor Swift and Lady Gaga, have been embroiled in multiple verbal battles and wars of words that often play out in seriously ugly fashion in media and in gossip columns. The fights are more about one ups via Twitter; there's no hairpulling and very rarely do they come to blows. Sometimes the feuders hug it out; sometimes the feuds drag on for years.
Online dating has a bad rap, and deservedly so. It's weird to try to get to know someone online and ascertain whether or not there could be a romantic connection. As someone who's an online dating pro, I see a lot of guys make these ten communication mistakes over and over again, and the thing is: I don't know if they realize they're making them. Fellas, don't be the guy who does this stuff. You're not doing yourself or us ladies any favors.
You are too divine for the same old. You deserve life elevated beyond the pathetic pot of ice cream, or chopstick-ing out of cardboard take-out boxes. Which brings us to our newest, snazziest creation: Boozy Microwave Donut Mug Cake. This has ALL the stuff. A little bit of cake, a little bit of donut, and a whole lotta booze - all made in the microwave in one-minute flat.
Everyone wants to live a happy life but not everyone knows how (and isn’t it different for everyone?). To cut through the confusion, we asked our Your Tango experts to share their insights and wisdom about what it takes to find and sustain deep joy in life. From how differently the sexes handle unhappiness to which age demographic is kicking up their heels and smiling the most (didn’t see this one coming) -- the results of our survey are somewhat surprising.
"Self-love requires you to be honest about your current choices and thought patterns and undertake new practices that reflect self-worth." ~Caroline Kirk If one more person told me to go love myself I was going to levitate into the air and pull one of those impossible martial arts moves from Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. I was sick of it!
Here's a bit of advice: If you want to be an actor, actress, singer, accountant, dog walker, whatever — take whatever work you can find unless it's porn. Look, if you want to do porn, that's fine. Go do some porn, have fun. If that's the life you want to live, or if you need the money, whatever, it's your life. There's no judgment here. Maybe you enjoy acting in porn movies or just really love having sex. That's cool, do porn if doing porn is what you want to do.
Beyonce and Jay Z have been through a whole lot. Before Blue Ivy Carter, that flawless angel that she is, there was a miscarriage. There are insanely busy schedules with which to contend. There is a ton of media scrutiny on the couple's every move, even accusations of Queen Bey faking her own pregnancy.
I'm a curvy girl. I think that's the term people are using these days. I've always been on the curvy side, but since falling in love and being one of those obnoxiously happy people, my curviness has, well, increased a bit. In other words, I'm definitely no longer the size 4 that I was in college. Some days it makes me sad, but other days I embrace my current size with gusto. I'm not saying I'm not doing anything about my weight gain, because I am, but what I am saying is that although I want to shed some pounds, I'll never totally cash in my curvy girl chips.
Who doesn't love Sex and The City? We certainly do. To that end, we've amassed 25 things you didn't know about this fabulous show. Things you didn't even realize you needed to know! Because we're that good to you. From Sarah Jessica Parker's boobs to her pregnancy's affect on season five to the source of Candace Bushnell's genius, we've got every little fact and tidbit you need to become a well-rounded person. And we're totally not kidding here.
Every day, in high schools across America, female students are shamed for violating dress codes that dictate acceptable skirt length and favor certain necklines over others. Typically students are asked to change, but in some cases violators are sent home and/or suspended. Last week, 15-year-old Miranda Larkin was instead forced to wear a bright yellow t-shirt and red sweatpants emblazoned with the phrase "dress code violation," because a teacher at Oakleaf High School in Orange Park, FL, decided Larkin's skirt was too short.
We kick off the return of all our favorite shows with New Girl. There is literally no better way to start the fall season than with Jess, Nick, Schmidt, Winston, CeCe and Coach (Actually, The Mindy Project airing right after New Girl really solidifies Tuesdays as the best TV day). Ah, it feels good to include Coach in that cast lineup. So where did we leave off? (Warning: Spoilers ahead!) Nick and Jess are broken up, which makes everything awkward for everyone. Seriously, they need to get back together.
Regardless of how many times you've done the deed, you've probably had a moment or two where you thought to yourself, "Wait, am I even doing this right?" or "Does he actually like this?" To clear things up on those awkward, cringeworthy bedroom moments, we went straight to the source. We asked these 13 men to dish on what we've been getting wrong all this time between the sheets, from what we're doing to what we're not doing. As for the things women are getting horribly wrong between the sheets?
Prostitution is the world's oldest profession, but society still finds it pretty creepy. It doesn't matter how much you pay, a lot or a little, it's still pretty sleazy to pay for the company of a woman. Or a man. It's gross, but also super interesting to the rest of us, right? Right?
My son yelled at my ovaries the other day. It was during a conversation about how much he really wants a baby sister (even though he can't properly take care of his guinea pig). I reminded him that I am perfectly content with our little family and that I have no desire to deal with babysitters, dirty diapers, projectile vomit or sore nipples ever again. It was then that he bent down toward my belly and screamed at it, “Grow me a baby sister!”
Celebrity splits don't always have to be messy, icky or ugly affairs with lots of mudslinging or drama. Sure, the messier splits can lead to a whole lot of fun for media types like us or even for the rest of the world that might experience a tiny bit of delight in seeing a celeb and his or her significant other part ways in nasty fashion. But there are plenty of friendly celebrity exes, like Sarah Silverman and Jimmy Kimmel, the funny former duo that came together to honor the late, great Joan Rivers on his late night show.