But not everyone shares the same idea of what is funny.
By Ariane Marder, Glamour Magazine
It's really no secret that we ladies love dudes who can make us laugh. But it may be the guy's type of humor that truly matters. Let me explain.
The online dating site Zoosk.com surveyed 700 Americans who were either single, in committed relationships or married and found most are very serious when it comes to humor.
Those kids—they're so old fashioned.
More couples than ever are choosing to live together, unmarried, as they start families. If everyone's happy, and this new trend in the nuclear family is working, then who can blame them?
Their kids, that's who.
And no, Los Angeles didn't make the list.
The folks at Traveler's Digest decided to take two of our favorite things—lists and good-looking men—and combine them to create: The Top 10 Cities With The World's Best Looking Men.
Some are calling it the 'Three Year Ditch.'
More couples are breaking up at or around the three-year mark, according to a new study done in Ireland. New research carried out by parenting website Netmums shows that 21 percent of couples split up between two and four years together. Worse, 12 percent split within a year.
If 'The Jetsons' don't pay well, Rosie has another option.
The world's first "sex robot" debuted two years ago at the Adult Entertainment Expo in Las Vegas. Her name was Roxxxy, and she was considerably lifelike. She could sense touch and even make idle conversation, like: "I love holding hands with you."
Well, according to an article recently published in Futures, Roxxxy might just be a pioneer for robot sex.
And exactly where are they doing it?
More adults than you might think have admitted to having sex in places where the rest of the world eats, works and plays. In fact, public sex enthusiasts are in the majority.
I wonder how many wedding guests got lost.
Julie Rodgers and William Pittman had an unusual but original first date: perusing a College Park, MD IKEA store while dining on Swedish meatballs. The two were friends in grade school and had recently reconnected.
I knew Toyotas were more dependable.
"Guilty pleasures are bought. The finer pleasures can be leased."
That's the slogan behind BMW's recent print ad campaign. Coincidentally, according to a new study, people who drive Bimmers are twice as likely to commit adultery.