We all know that stars aren't perfect, but it's easy to get fixated on their so-called perfection. But the truth is that even even Bond girls, supposedly the most beautiful and sexy women on the planet, get the dating thing wrong, too.
Lonely securities trader Larry Greenfield, 47, has plunked down more than $65,000 on high-end matchmaking services — all in the hopes of finding his ideal wife.
Sick and tired of a disastrous dating life? Tighten up your act by following these 10 rules from a woman who's making the topic of dating her business. (Guys, you might want to check in so you know how to behave, too.)
Remember me? The one who was adamant after a few months that this whole online dating lark was never going to amount to anything? That it was an interesting experience, but really not for her? Yeah, I remember her too, but I may have to revise my opinion just ever so slightly.
We've again called on the services of Ivana Takitall, whose latest book 'Football Fans & Female Fun' is now on general release. Ivana has agreed to rate all 20 Premier League clubs in terms of how likely their fans are to provide single females with their 'perfect partners'.
So says a rather no-holds-barred article on Cracked.com, a site that will never deliver it to you nicely, or without a sh*tload of expletives. But it's an article worth skimming through and taking with a grain (or five) of salt.
If, like me, you’re sick of dating sites, or of reading about dating sites, or of hearing about your friends’ endless disastrous dating stories, here’s a refreshing change: some matchmaking stories of old.
Eventually, everyone searches for the One. Initially this was a quest reserved for men. Now women are in on the game.
According to this survey put together by OnlineUniversity.net, you'd better get your World Of Warcraft on!!
Carrying on from yesterday's article, a recent survey of almost 5K Brits, revealed that almost half have cheated, OR been cheated on, OR taken back a cheating lover. Really? (On all fronts?)