So what does man do? He jumps on a plane and breaks the other guy’s jaw. According to The Telegraph, Stephen Henshaw and his wife, Tammy, were happily married—until Facebook got involved. Tammy reconnected with an ex, Jake, through the social networking site, and ended up cheating on her husband with the former boyfriend.
There are a ton of internet dating venues out there from the all-inclusive Match.com to niche sites like Green Friends and FarmersOnly.com. But here's a different sort of niche made for "social, outgoing and adventurous people" as a solution for those times "you just want to go out immediately with reckless abandon!"
Texas has had a law in the books making sex toy sales illegal. Something about lewdness, turpitude, etc. But that law was recently overturned by the 5th Circuit Court. They said that the 14th Amendment was some how infringed. Sex toys in Texas? Don't that beat all.
Here it is, plain and simple: We've lifted a line or two from a recent release in the ever-popular "single girl" genre. From the glossary of...The Single Girl's Survival Guide: Secrets for Today's Savvy, Sexy, Independent Woman, by Imogen Lloyd Webber (Skyhorse Publishing). "All Text, No Trousers: Phrase used to describe a man who texts on a regular basis suggesting you should meet up, but never actually comes up with a date." Sound Familiar?
Just when you thought it was safe to date again. A survey by Reuters has shown that 15% of people have been broken up with via text message. Sure, it's a bit cowardly, but it doesn't give the other person much of an opportunity to talk you out of it. This is something that Britney Spears is well aware of.
We've all been there. You're in a bar and want to chat up some nice-looking person. You've got no way to break the ice. Should you use a lame joke or purchase a drink? A new service says, 'none of the above.' Ping that person on their mobile and see if they're interested. If so, go for it. If not, nothing lost. Sounds like an entrepreneur couldn't handle rejection.
From The Houston Chronicle By Polly Ross Hughes AUSTIN — Lovebirds wishing to tie the knot would pay $100 for a marriage license under a bill the Texas House tentatively passed Wednesday, unless they took a prenuptial class on how to behave as a spouse. Before the 78-63 vote, furor among Democrats and rebellious Republicans over the marriage fee hike prompted the bill's author to promise he'll merely double the current $30 fee before a final vote today. Applicants taking the classes would get free marriage licenses. Even with final House approval, though, the bill faces an uncertain future in the Senate, where it must find a sponsor to get a floor debate. Tango’s Take
Intense, exciting and to the point, never underestimate the value of a quickie. Why leave your appetite for adventure unsatisfied because you‚'re short on time? A weekend is longer than you think. Whether you're craving high altitudes or low-down fun, here are three dreamy destinations that will take you worlds away‚ sans passports, and leave you positively breathless.