1 in 3 members of this online dating site have fibbed about fatherhood.
Let's preface this by letting you know this is a not-very-scientific poll from dating site WhatsYourPrice.com. It certainly doesn’t represent all the great single dads out there.
Well, this should get the message across.
“WELCOME HOME CHEATER.”
It’s like the piña colada song but with a really creepy ending.
Don’t you hate it when you meet the man of your dreams, only to realize he’s your crazy, stalker ex-husband?
An unidentified Minnesota woman met a nice man through an online dating site, and the two eventually established a relationship. The couple began communicating extensively, and she felt comfortable sharing intimate details about her personal life.
Sharing a bed is a beautiful thing. Until you wake up with cookie stuck to your face.
If you’re getting married this summer, there are probably lots of things on your to-do list. Find a caterer. Hire a band. Get your partner to stop cuddling with a stuffed animal in bed. Woah — what?
Mushy status updates: Annoying for us, good for them.
New research has found that couples who post about their relationship on Facebook might just be happier in their marriage than those who don’t.
Most women would not be BFFs with Samantha Jones, according to science.
By Gena Kaufman
I doubt any of you would be surprised to hear that women with more sexual partners are judged more harshly by the general population. But to hear that women with more sexual partners still harshly judge other women with more sexual partners? Yeah, we're surprised. So surprised, in fact, that one anonymous Glamour team member exclaimed, "I'm shocked I had friends in college."
According to a study from Cornell University, ladies really hate being friends with other ladies they consider to be promiscuous. When 751 young men and women were asked to rate a description of a man or woman for traits like likability, morality and emotional stability, guess what affected their opinions? Yep, the number of reported sex partners.
In case you still have lingering doubts about online dating, here's yet another reason to get over it.
A study of 19,131 American couples who married between 2005 and 2012 found that more than a third of them met online, and those couples tend to be happier in their relationships. And lest you think they're just overcompensating to prove meeting online totally works, you guys, I swear, not only did couples who met on the Internet report higher rates of satisfaction, they also were actually less likely to separate or divorce.
A few interesting tidbits:
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