I have now dated (or at least gone on a date or two with) all kinds of guys: athletes, nerds, rich guys, poor guys, geniuses, academically challenged and as hippie dippy artsy as they come, as well as painfully type...
It doesn’t matter that you’re ‘too busy’ to find love. All your parents see is a lack of grandchildren coming their way. Well, we can’t help in the baby department, but thanks to an idea imported from China (where else), at least the ability to present the appearance of love has just become a lot easier
Call us picky; we prefer particular. Either way, there are a few things that turn us off when it comes to first, second or third dates. The first few dates are awkward enough... don’t make them worse than they need to be
It turns out this whole Internet thing isn’t going away anytime soon. And with young professionals (YPs) finding themselves increasingly busy, Internet dating has become more than just a viable option – it’s become the norm. Because we care about you, we wanted to give you a few simple tips before we send you out into the cyberspace version of Press Your Luck
Women in their thirties are hard to impress but easy to sleep with. Before you hate me too much, I am aware that this statement sounds categorically chauvinistic. What I’m actually saying is this: women in their thirties are confident enough in themselves to take what they want without worrying what a man might think – but impressing them enough to get that far is much more difficult
Your significant other (SO) may be the most important thing in your life at the moment (God knows he or she took long enough to find on your city’s brutal dating scene). They may be your best friend, therapist, pseudo family member and trusted ear to listen to everything and anything. Even so, there are a few things that you should probably keep from your SO for the good of both of you
Society tells us that a successful relationship is one that lasts forever, which means that any relationship that doesn’t last for life is a failure. But what if we acknowledge that a relationship can still be a success even if it doesn’t last forever? Could we accept the notion that some relationships, like milk or bread, have an expiration date, after which the relationship would curdle or go bad?
Here’s a great date idea, gentlemen: A Blue Jays game. Sounds too good to be true, right? If you’re thinking, ‘that’s great for me, but what about her?’, rest assured that your date will be on board with your choice of venue just as much as you are. Here’s why it works both ways
We were recently invited to join 20 singles from around the Montreal area for a buzzed about group event that happens quite often called “CookandDate.” Singles events tend to have a stigma attached to them as usually being cheesy, or having quite an unappealing crowd, so we came prepared with, let’s say, lowered expectations. Yet, Were we every bit surprised