"We crave not admiration but to be properly known and yet to be liked and forgiven."
Health experts see online dating as the new frontier for STD prevention — but major sites don't want to engage.
Oh, you want a free slice of cake and a song from the waitstaff? Well get ready to face the angry wrath of this one pissed off busboy, or whatever he is.
"Arthur is 105 (born 1912), Marcia is 100 (born 1917). Tomorrow marks the 80th year they have been married. They are one of the oldest living couples in America. Marcia can really only say 'hello, hello' but she seems to have some sort of understanding of her surroundings."
My travels have led me to two perhaps cynical conclusions: Infidelity is extraordinarily pervasive, and the people seeking rhyme or reason for it all are likely to be left disappointed.
For a video class, this freshman was asked to depict a "transformation." She chose how tough it can be to find your "group" in college.
Many of us nurse our broken hearts by going out, buying new clothes, and spending it up in ways we otherwise would avoid.
Dating websites have changed the way couples meet. Now evidence is emerging that this change is influencing levels of interracial marriage and even the stability of marriage itself.
Networking is the new friend-zoning.
To say this short is a dark comedy would be an understatement, but it is an enjoyable little romantic comedy nonetheless.
And then, of course, they go ahead and jump right off into it.
If Venmo has taught us anything, it's that a handful of emojis can be worth many thousands of words.
If you didn't match on Tinder, but he DM'd you on Instagram anyway, you've been Tindstagrammed.
If you are desperate need of a "Tinda Finger," you may want to start re-evaluating your life choices.
A short film created for my wife.
Hot Molly thinks Joe is cute. Which means he's *this* close to having a girlfriend. There's no way he can screw this up, right?
College is a time for find yourself. But first and foremost, it's a time for finding other people whom you feel comfortable finding yourself around.
Holy crap, this is six minutes of non-stop awkward adrenaline. We simultaneously feel bad for the characters and are in awe of filmmaker Jim Cummings.
Stop answering messages. Actually, turn off your phone. Actually just never talk to anyone ever again. Yeah, there you go. You got this.
The country's exceptionally thin safety net prompts residents — especially those with less-steady employment — to view partnership in more economic terms.
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