I found a hilarious video directed by a Mr V. He uncovers what we really mean behind all the niceties on a first date. He’s spot on!
The Truth of Dating - video powered by ToxicJunction.com
Posted by Ruth Miller on Fri 29th June 2007 at 03:48 AM, Filed in Valentines
If you’re cooking a romantic meal getting the food looking great is one thing BUT you also need to pay attention to the detail. Candles set the atmosphere alight with love, especially when they are specifically designed for all the romantics out there.
Plated in silver and gold, two heart shaped pendants join two contemporary brushed metal candlesticks.
Buy it here.
Posted by Ruth Miller on Thu 28th June 2007 at 04:14 PM, Filed in Body Language
Hi, my name is Suzanne
I’m 25 and I like this guy who is 22. He’s kind of shy though and he’s always looking for me to take care of him (I work at a bank). He’s a customer. Any ways, he gets kind of nervous when I take care of him and I get all shy that I don’t know what to say. How do I approach him or ask him out. OR…..do I have to wait and if he’s interested in me, he’ll ask me out.
Posted by Bob Bulmer on Thu 28th June 2007 at 02:34 AM, Filed in Niche Dating
At Datexpectations.com like to find out about and report back to you about niche dating sites, and just recently I found possibly the most niche site EVER on the web, DailyDaipers.com.
Advertised as a ‘FREE community for Adult Babies, Diaper Lovers, Big Kids, Mommies and Daddies’ this site has to win the award for originality!
Drilling down into the site you can find reviews on diaper brands, chat rooms, thousands of photos, advice columns, personal ads and message boards. There’s even video of one particular male member wetting his nappy – whatever turns you on I guess!
With 4,234 nappy wearing members, there really is a market for everything!
This is an unbelievable statistic discovered by Glamour Magazine recently –
‘59 percent of women who date online underreport their weight by an average of eight pounds’.
From a bloke’s perspective, there’s nothing worse than being told a lie from the outset of a conversation. We may look stoopid, but we aint! Big is the new boodiful anyway.
The truth is that you don’t need to lie about your weight, just wear clothes that suit you and you’ll feel more comfortable. Visit Topstylista and ask Chantelle, our resident professional stylist who is more than happy to answer fashion agonies.