This is the biggest online dating week of the year, with a fresh new crop of people looking for love. Not all of them are putting emphasis on the importance of a good profile pic. Surely you can add to this list of pet peeves!
Hater is a dating app that matches people up with those who hate the same things they do, and that becomes the common bond. With that in mind, some couples at your backyard barbecue this weekend might be hatin' on your steaks.
Here are a couple life lessons to live by: Always sign out of your Facebook, folks. Oh, and also don't cheat on your girlfriend. Valuable lessons to takeaway from this deceptively cheerful breakup note peppered with hearts and exclamation points.
Remember how schoolyard romance was all about diplomacy? If you liked a girl, you’d send your friend to tell her friend to tell her how you felt. That’s how us shy kids figured out how to deal with those new, alien feelings we were experiencing. But not this little Romeo.
Oh, he gets by with a little help from his friends, but only to facilitate the most demonstrative ask-out in playground history
To be honest, I haven't experienced much of the single life since I was 17 years old. I've had three long-term relationships in my 23 years of existence (and no, I don't count my kindergarten crush as one of them), almost back-to-back, and never really got a chance to be single & mingle.
So, I asked some of my coworkers at the station where the best places were to meet singles in east Texas,