Topic: dating

Party Favors: Lather, Rinse, Repeat, The Art Of Showering Together

Party Favors: Lather, Rinse, Repeat, The Art Of Showering Together

Gettin’ Steamy: the art of showering together. -YourTango

NY Fashion Week pronunciation guide! -The New York Observer 

Shopping gets real with mannequins that look like people. -The High Low

Figure skating legends: then and now! -HLNtv

7 perfect Valentine’s Day gifts for all the singles out there. -YourTango

Karl Lagerfeld creates glam illustrations for The Allure of Chanel. -Flavorwire

Do women enjoy casual sex? Maybe not as much as we thought. -Ladyish

herpes vaccine may be on the way. -Nerve

Why wait? Bright summer pieces you can wear in winter. -Bustle

Easy updos inspired by the lovely ladies of the red carpet. -Style List

In pursuit of the classic American jean. -Collectors Weekly

Things we say about our friends’ engagements vs. what we REALLY mean. -The Stir

Petition to deport Justin Bieber? -The Grio

That Awkward Moment Proves That Rom-Coms From A Guy’s Perspective Can’t Work

That Awkward Moment Proves That Rom-Coms From A Guyâs Perspective Canât Work

That Awkward Moment, the unfortunately-titled movie starring Zac Efron, Michael B. Jordan, and Miles Teller, officially proves to me that, if there’s one type of movie that will never work, it’s the bro-mantic comedy. That sort of sounds like the main relationships in the movie are between really close BFFs à la Liam Hemsworth and Josh Hutcherson. And that’s halfway true, what with the three different romantic storylines that are connected by the best friendship the three main characters share. But, mostly, this movie wins the title of a brom-com (I’m really running with this) because it’s trying so hard to be a romantic comedy but also to be a buddy movie and it just doesn’t know which to choose. It even follows the typical formula which normally makes me all melty inside, but the rough mashup of bro humor and sweet romantic situations is where it all goes downhill. More »