Hearing someone else's hotel sex can be frustrating, but your orgasm was so festive, I found myself cheering you on. And then you had that great cry after. Was it a real sob?
When women are young, pert and perky, sexual attention is as omnipresent as alcopops. All we have to do is don a micro-mini, slick on a glossy smile and prepare to ride a tsunami of proposals. We're given a false sense of confidence, living life as though we have been cast as the leading lady in an Impulse ad.
Why aren't you engaged yet?Really? Like, am I supposed to be engaged already? Because last time I checked I was 25, broke, and drunk.
OK, so maybe you won't be telling your dates to "say your name" in the middle of a desert under the threat of an ambush. But you may just have more in common with man who knocks than you think.
I recently got out of a serious relationship and was "not excited," (strong understatement) to find myself back in the dating world. But, I have been pleasantly surprised with what I have discovered and realized. In fact, I think dating in your 30s is actually pretty rad! Here's why.
We're the generation that changed the politico-socio-sexual attitudes of the entire free world in the sixties, so smoothing out our dating behavior would seem easy in comparison. Finger pointing won't help because we're all flawed. Dating isn't supposed to be a contact sport, and being able to see the unique person beyond their imperfections only requires a mirror.
I'd like you to tell me if we're on the money or not. And please don't tell me that you "can't generalize." Of course you can generalize! We all do it every single day! So here goes.
Gentlemen, how many of you include this phrase, 'No drama queens wanted,' in your online dating profile? Ladies, how many times have you seen those words? Have you ever wondered if that applies to you?
I've learned that it's not about how the guy needs to fit into my plans, but rather how we can create a future together.
The playing field will never be even in this relationship, despite her thinking that things will eventually be different. In her eyes, this "thing" between them is totally normal. (P.S. it isn't). It's better if she just removes herself from the equation, but she'll never learn her lesson.
By not seeing dating as a burden but as an opportunity for self-growth and personal development, an opportunity to make new connections and meet new people, an opportunity to build and shape your path as you go, you may just start seeing it as a time in your life that can be enjoyed and, yes, even cherished.
We can equate the four seasons of our weather patterns to the four seasons of our relationship. Just as someone in Hawaii experiences a different winter than someone in Michigan, so we all experience different levels of the four relationship seasons.
There are good dates, bad dates and forgettable dates. And there are dates that feel ethereal. They are rare, rarer than a much desired sun shower on desert-hot day. And sometimes, they last just that long, just long enough for us to remember a connection with someone can exist.
Modern relationship myths are responsible for many break-ups. If you're in a relationship, don't fall prey to these insidious beliefs. They will ruin your chances of long-term happiness.
You remember all those guys, those millions of horrible dates, the miserable sifting through the Internet, the weddings, the baby showers, the parties, the waiting. Where is he? You keep trying out new teams, different leagues, but he's not there. It's your turn for sure.
Whether you started dancing with her at a club, are on a blind date or are being introduced to a friend of a friend, these are 15 things you should never ask a girl you just met.