09:54 AM EDT 09/26/2014
Originally posted 09/19/2014 07:15PM
According to her longtime neighbor, Nicole Dufault seemed like "just an average mom going to work."
Originally posted 08/06/2014 05:40PM
Zoë Saldana has given fans relationship advice, and now she's sharing her thoughts on what she looks for in a man.
Originally posted 07/21/2014 12:30PM
"I have to be up early."
"I'm watching my show. I don't want to miss anything."
"I might be getting sick."
These are among one woman's many ways of telling her husband she didn't feel like having sex on a given night, according to a spreadsheet the husband made tracking their amorous activity between June 1 and July 18. The log – which includes three "yes" nights, italicized triumphantly – was emailed to the wife on Friday while she was on her way to the airport.
Originally posted 07/10/2014 02:45PM
Think of the worst thing you could text your dad. Unless you and your pop have a very unconventional relationship, a nude selfie is near the top of the list.
But that's just the kind of nightmare a Twitter user named Nyjah found herself in on Tuesday, when she realized a split-second too late that the sext she'd meant to send to a beau instead went straight to the inbox of her very own father.
The awkwardness only started there.
Originally posted 07/08/2014 02:35PM
Turns out, Warren G. Harding had more in common with Warren G. than anyone ever realized.
The 29th president of the United States, long considered one of the worst – if not the worst – men to hold America's highest office, has been revealed to have carried on a salacious correspondence with his mistress in a selection of love letters just released by the New York Times.
The letters, which detail Harding's years-long affair with his one time neighbor Carrie Fulton Phillips, were discovered by historian Francis Russell during the 1960s, but Harding's descendants were able to delay the president's posthumous embarrassment by donating the letters to the Library of Congress, which promised to keep them sealed for 50 years.
Originally posted 07/01/2014 06:30PM
Originally posted 06/26/2014 03:35PM
Athletes aren't the only ones playing the field at the World Cup.
According to a report from Quartz, Brazil's influx of World Cup tourists are trying to do a bit of scoring on their own – mobile dating apps like Tinder and Grindr are seeing their numbers skyrocket in the South American nation.
Originally posted 04/01/2014 01:00PM
Miranda Kerr's separation from Orlando Bloom isn't stopping the Australian beauty from revealing details – some R-rated! – about their hot and heavy romance.
Originally posted 03/12/2014 12:00PM
As if the rich and famous didn't have enough problems, now they're running into trouble on dating apps: Civilians who come upon their profiles naturally assume they're fake, leading to heartbreak and rejection for some of the most vulnerable stars.
Fortunately, Tinder CEO Sean Rad has a solution: As he explained to The Hollywood Reporter, the hookup app will soon begin rolling out verified profiles for celebrities, similar to the way "key individuals" confirm they are real on Twitter.
Originally posted 03/10/2014 06:00PM
Dating is, perhaps, the only activity you get a reputation for being good at by being bad at it. (Paradoxically, someone who was great at dating would not need to go on many first dates.) Fortunately for the rest of us, a new generation of Internet entrepreneurs has arisen to make finding love – or at least, finding someone to make out with – as easy as firing off a Snapchat.
Like other dating sites, the new phone-based dating apps are their own individual world, with their own subtle rules and social mores. Whether you're an OKCupid addict who can't help writing 5,000-word explanations of your favorite books, or a Tinderholic who swipes left with the unsparing air of a French revolutionary, join us in exploring this brave new world of phone-based seduction.
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