“The Vanisher: If you ask him a direct question, he’ll answer, but if it’s anything that can go either way? He’s gone.”
We love playing with Twitter’s new(ish) six-second video-sharing app, Vine. And since our first book, Modern Dating: A Field Guide, came out last week, we naturally decided — why not Vine the whole book?
Favoriting a tweet has suddenly become an entendre — an @ reply the beginning of courtship, a retweet a public declaration of love. Oh, it’s so easy to become smitten with someone’s feed, to feel so sure you could win someone over if only they’d follow you back.
Googling your dates is a bad idea. Very very bad. But you’re going to do it anyway, right? So here’s how to do it like a pro.
We have the power, and tools, to have our dating life be however we’d like it to be.
As much as we’re cast (and, just as often, self-deprecatingly cast ourselves) as dysfunctional when it comes to love, we’re sitting on a goldmine of perks (and freedoms) that belong to us and us alone.
The most important thing in any relationship is communication, and if you can’t even ask someone to marry you while they’re, y’know, in the same place as you, what does that mean for the future of your marriage?
“I want to confront him, but I’m not sure how.”
Would you rather know more about your date beforehand, or do you think it’s better to leave a little mystery?