We’re not really one of those “OMG LOOK AT HER RING ISN’T IT BEAUTIFUL AND RING-LIKE!!!” ladysites, so let me justify posting this image by saying, For the past year every other week we have been haunted by one of three kinds of Kate Moss stories: More
Topic: getting married
Once you’re married, your sex life sucks. Once a month, boring, going through the motions. It’s horrible. It’s not even sex any more, it’s an obligation. This is the only thing I had ever heard about sex after marriage. Everywhere you turn, the butt of every married man’s joke, say goodbye to your sex life.
Well you know what? I’m calling bullshit on that. More
A great relationship story plus good graphic design equals this wonderful wedding invitation. More
When I got married in June, my husband was in charge of one thing: our song. That was his project. It was one of the few things he seemed actually interested in, so I figured that I should let him … More
Over the holidays, I watched a lot of wedding shows. A lot of them. There was Say Yes to the Dress and My Fair Wedding with David Tutera and Bridezillas, and I loved every minute of it. But when you watch enough of those shows, certain themes start to emerge, and one in particular sat oddly with me: the repeated “I want to be treated like a princess/He’s the best husband in the world because he treats me like a princess” and so on. I know that most women have been fed tropes about being “princesses” since childhood (thanks a lot, Disney!), but the idea of a man treating me like a princess actually makes me want to marry him less. More
According to a handwriting analysis expert, Charles Dickens’ signature on his marriage certificate proves that he was “nervous” when he got married. “A strong right hand slant implies a heightened sense of emotion, while a curled stroke on the ‘D’ implies showmanship and self-defensiveness,” sayeth the expert. This apparently differs from other examples of Dickens’ penmanship. More
Now, all those Na’vi language classes will not have gone to waste! More
Recently, my friend “Bonnie” and I were having a conversation about a mutual friend who is getting married. The friend asked Bonnie to be in her bridal party, and Bonnie – who hates our friend’s fiance and doesn’t approve of them getting married – struggled for a way to turn down the invite without looking like a jerk. Here are some ways to navigate a similar social situation: More
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Would you marry a man with two months to live? – Lemondrop
Hanukkah time is couples time. – YourTango
Don’t share this study (and perfect excuse) with your boyfriend: cheating could be genetic – Betty Confidential
Would you rather be broken up with before the holidays or after? - Marie Claire
Today, YourTango has an article about why it’s great to plan your wedding in six months just like Prince William and Kate Middleton. I’m going to tell you why it’s not. That reason is because you are not Kate Middleton. And the reason Kate is able to plan a wedding of huge scale in a mere six months is because she’s not planning it. More
An article in Marie Claire discusses the dilemma that women today face: marriage and children vs having a career. Though some women manage to have both, others struggle with the timing. Women are attending college and persuing careers in record … More
And that age is at least 21 years old. At least according to hotels. A young married couple in California was recently turned away from their hotel on their wedding night because they were only 18 and not old enough to rent a hotel room. More