Are you afraid to say the three words that will change your relationship forever? Even if you really really are dying to say them? Well, never you worry. Read more >
Let me start off by saying that I actually do know the difference between the way a nice glass of wine tastes and the way a crappy wine tastes.
I know what I’m doing; thus, I can tell you how to pretend to know what you’re doing (without actually knowing how to do it). Read more >
Frat boys don’t have the right idea.
In fact, it’s amazing to me that they get laid at all.
Women are all about feeling – the mood – when it comes to sex. If a guy’s room is scary, gross, weird, or too adorable (which is also weird), sex is a no-go activity. Read more >
Filled with fascinating facts, this video collage of kissing moments by GOOD magazine explains exactly why kissing matters so much.
Favorite kiss from the clip: Antonio Banderas and Catherine Zeta-Jones from “The Mask of Zorro.”
Favorite fact from the clip: How X came to be a symbol for “kiss.”
Sex comes in many different flavors.
There’s loving and caring sex, adventurous sex, quick and spontaneous sex, neighborly sex, friendship sex, acrobatic sex, sex that follows from responding to one of those creepy Craig’s List ads in its “Missed Connections” section, etc.
And then there’s pornographic sex. Read more >
I’ve been on a few blind dates.
For a 24 year old who started dating at age 16, I’ve been on way more than most people my age. If I hadn’t eventually found a boyfriend (who I did NOT meet as a result of a blind date), and kept going on blind dates at this rate, by the time I turned 60, I would have gone on approximately 38 blind dates. So, by this logic, you could practically call me an expert on blind dates and dating.
And I’ve never been on a good blind date. Read more >
Most people that I’ve asked haven’t seen, or even heard of the film “I.Q.,” a delightful romantic comedy starring Walter Matthau, Meg Ryan, and Tim Robbins. And I think this is why most people, when they fall in love, don’t have the sudden urge to roll around in a field. Read more >
Dear irresponsible parents of noisy and rambunctious children,
I have an appeal for you. Well, two actually. And then, I’d like to close with a little motivational information for you.
Please read the entire appeal, even if you don’t want to hear it…I have to listen to your children – the noisy and rambunctious children of the world – for hours sometimes when I absolutely don’t want to; it seems only fair you read this letter, which should only take a few minutes. Read more >