For some, princess today, divorcee tomorrow.
You can't turn on the TV lately without coming across a wedding-themed show. People are becoming increasingly intrigued with the idea of over-the-top weddings, and, at least in the United Kingdom, they're spending more than ever on them.
Cut a rug, get a date?
Science has proven something many of us already knew—women love a man who can dance. Unless they're doing the Dougie. Because let's face it, no one can pull that off.
And other bad reasons to have kids.
A new survey revealed that a surprising number of British women admit they've considering having a baby just to take a year off work. I'm guessing they've never had kids before.
Passports before pacifiers.
According to a new poll, women want to trot the globe before they walk down the aisle. Bing researched the life goals of British men and women, and the top priority among women was traveling the world, which ranked higher than getting married or having a family.
Or is this just another excuse for bad behavior?
There's a theory that men cheat because of the "dethroning" effect. Basically, they have children, and their wives begin to shift focus from them onto the kids. The men then end up feeling replaced and useless, and, according to the theory, that's when they decide to take their business elsewhere.
Who knew caffeine could be so romantic?
Planning a first date? A coffee shop isn't a bad idea. Just make sure you forego the iced coffee and get something warm.
A study from psychologists at the University of Colorado and Yale showed that people are more likely to think affectionately of someone else if that person is holding something warm—like a cup of joe.
Cute couple, but come on.
Eunice and Lloyd Ford recently celebrated their anniversary—they've been married a whopping 83 years. Having wed in 1929, the two have been through a lot together, including the Great Depression.
And through all 83 years of wedded bliss, Eunice claims they've never fought.
The lobby bar is probably packed.
We previously wrote about Speed Divorcing, and now there's another option for couples looking to swiftly end their marriages.
In the Netherlands, couples can check into Divorce Hotel —a weekend getaway in which they meet with mediators and lawyers in order to speedily end their marriages.