Topic: dating

Celebrating Your Anniversary With Small Kids: Expectations Vs. Reality

Celebrating Your Anniversary With Small Kids: Expectations Vs. Reality

I don’t have high expectations for my wedding anniversaries. I’ve never been the type to demand expensive gifts or elaborate displays of affection. Still, I always assumed anniversaries would be meaningful occasions where both my husband and I would go out of our way to make the day a bit more special. What I didn’t anticipate was how difficult it would be to get five seconds to ourselves once we had babies running around. More »

7 Things You Think Are Okay To Talk About On A First Date But Actually Aren’t

7 Things You Think Are Okay To Talk About On A First Date But Actually Arenât

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First dates are pretty nerve-racking and can be super intimidating, especially if you’ve got a little spark with the person you’re going out with. First dates often hold a lot of potential, and you likely will want it to turn into a second date. And a third date. And more dates. And a relationship. But none of the other stuff will happen if you don’t get through the first date! More »

Ranking Female Disney Villains From Least To Most Dateable

Ranking Female Disney Villains From Least To Most Dateable

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Disney Villains obviously get a bad rep because they’re evil villains who do terrible things, but when you look past those things, they’re still people. Just because the villains are evil doesn’t necessarily mean they’re not looking to settle down with someone, you know? (I mean, it probably does, but go with it.) More »

Prepare To Roll Your Eyes At The Questions Men Asked Women On This Dude-Rating App

Prepare To Roll Your Eyes At The Questions Men Asked Women On This Dude-Rating App

Lulu, an app that allows women to rate their exes in the name of “sharing your experiences and making smarter decisions” has recently launched a “Truth Bomb” feature, affording male users the chance to anonymously ask women questions. And the questions, to borrow adjectives from Jane Austen (I’m rereading Persuasion, OK?), were inelegant at best and barbarous at worst. More »