You don’t have to launch into a State of Our (Sexual) Union address in order to get what you want.
Don’t let food fights get in the way of your relationship.
Cheaters are people whose personal happiness is above all other concern. Businessmen, politicians, and me. And maybe you?
What happens when the guy you’re chatting up for your friend ends up asking you out instead?
Unlike the wingman who only has to help his male friend, the wingwoman is counted on by both parties. We want you to succeed as much as you and your friend do.
The Wall Street Journal ran an article today (in which we were quoted!), profiling various couples who met while using the “Random Opponent” option on Words With Friends. Sounds like a stretch, but we’re firm believers that the game for logophiles really can help win you a date.
Thank God it’s almost Valentine’s Day. I mean, it’s not my favorite holiday, but I have been waiting all year to romance my boyfriend using Edith Zimmerman’s phenomenal tips in her hilarious piece, “How To Make Your Husband a Nice Dinner” and Valentine’s Day is the perfect day to do it.
Let’s be real: your picture matters. A lot. You want to look smokin’ when he or she clicks through your pix. And you want to look phenomenal when he or she goes one step further and Facebooks you.
Here’s a timeless truism: women want to date gentlemen, and they have always wanted to date a gentlemen. Here are some guidelines which will make you not only a better person, but a better date.
Carrying around a book is a good way to meet a guy — bonus points if you’re actually reading it. Here are some awesome, nerd-tastic ways to score dudes without dealing with embarrassing pick-up lines.