Funny dating advice columns
You’re pretty, you’ve got this house — well, you don’t have this house anymore.
This house is my house.’” I bet Michelle Obama’s messy ponytail bun at 45’s inauguration was the first thing many black women noticed (and appreciated).
Here’s an interesting dissection of that act of resistance for those of us not as fluent in the expression of black women’s hairstyles: “How Michelle Obama subverted respectability politics with a ponytail” Yikes (and also, sounds like our current administration): “Narcissists often recruit people called ‘apaths’ to help with their games — here’s why they’re dangerous” I am so heartened and inspired by these teenagers!
“How Parkland Students Changed the Gun Debate” Related: “Researchers Decide No One Born In This Century Is A ‘Millennial’ Anymore” There isn’t a name yet for the generation, but may I suggest Generation Kickin’ Ass and Takin’ Names?
While a lot of the more amusing submissions come from men, one bizarre letter to Ireland's Metro Herald came from a woman who could't break up with her boyfriend because of her obsession with his third nipple.'When he takes his T-shirt off his torso resembles a very kind-looking face.
It's as though his regular nipples look like eyes, his additional nipple a little nose, and his belly button a cute, surprised little mouth.
No ring, no moving in together Well, this old thread made an interesting reappearance: “I Can’t Get Over That My Wife Had Sex Before We Met” Grandma comes to visit, whole life upside-down Practically Jailbait??
I never get to spend more than that because of his work schedule. I am at the point in my life where I am ready to settle down. He’s remained close to the ex-step-daughter, eleven years after his divorce. He takes her to concerts and shopping sprees and dinners.— Stand-Offish This week in the forums, we’re discussing: “My husband wants a gun; I don’t” So When IS the “right time” to discuss gun control? I remembered it when Jackson was a baby, too, and the women in my new moms group all talked about this unpleasant side effect of new motherhood over our weekly lunch dates, bouncing our babies on our hips while juggling plates of salads and fruit.Guy didn’t pay on the first date Who was at fault for this argument and why? The irony was lost on no one that as soon as we started looking and feeling a little like ourselves again, our hair started falling out.It’s not often — every couple of months — but often enough.When I ask when I’ll meet her, he replies that she’s busy with work, etc.
You can read about me here, peruse the archives here and read popular posts here.