HE HAS HIS FATHER’S EYES. More
I was discussing upcoming articles with the big boss, and I mentioned that I wanted to write about, how, recently, I had started really wanting to plan a wedding.
“Do you think it’s because you’re almost 26 and your biological clock is ticking?” She asked.
“No,” I replied, “I don’t have a biological clock.” More
Just this. This is the kind of look that’s great, because you can wear it to a basketball game and then afterwards you can wear it to a black tie party, and it will be equally appropriate both places. You’ll get these really excited reactions from people, and it will be so great. More
I probably would, unless he had convulsive shakes or I was married to Picasso or someone “creative.” But then, that would be awful for a lot of reasons that had nothing to do with his inability to apply make-up. More
Indie movies teach us how to love. More
17 year old child bride Courtney Stodden is frolicking in the snow in a red bikini, because that is a completely reasonable thing to do. Her 51 year old husband is dressed up in a Santa suit. This is not ruining Christmas or every vision of Santa we’ve ever had for us at all, because we are disconnected from reality. Images from Celebuzz. More
We ask the questions fairy tales are afraid to. Namely, “that whole ‘getting married thing, how’d that work out for you?”
Grizzly bear; marriage counselor. More
I mean, no? More
There’s been a lot of talk about marriage this week at TheGloss. Modern women in being married! Megan planning to get married! George Clooney never getting married. 19th Century Marriage narratives! And 16 year olds are getting married, and we really don’t know how we feel about it, because we’re pretty much never able to resolve our feelings on anything, ever.
I think I probably want to get married, if only to advance my country music career. Hah! No, just kidding, I’m tone deaf. I’m working on my pop career.
But! We should ask you. How do you feel? Do you want to get married? Why? More
Before I got engaged, I had this strange notion that wedding madness was what you make of it. Bridezillas and astronomical wedding budgets were a product of spoiled women given free reign to execute their lifelong bridal dreams. I figured … More
Husbands in 1903 seemingly have 99 problems, and one of them is the fact that you’re always serving John his favorite foods. Why won’t you feed him the proteids!? Also, raise your hands if you think that this reporter has … More