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Whether you're staying in from the cold this weekend with your favorite guy or going on a date with Mr. Could-Be-Something-Great, check out these must-read links.
Love Advice From Virgins
Not everyone needs to test drive the car before driving it off the lot, so to speak. After watching the terrifying world’s-worst-first-kiss from TLC’s The Virgin Diaries, we asked our favorite virgin about her sexless relationship. Come to find, her smart insights weren’t naïve, but relationship advice we can all take.
A Surprising Way to Save Money On Food
We get it, we’ve been there: broke, eating Ramen noodles (again) and wondering where the heck Prince Charming is hiding. One woman took matters into her own hands and joined Match.com, and instead of finding Mr. Right, she found a way to save money. By going out on dinner dates, she saved $1,200 a month. Read how she did it on Business Insider.
How Twilight Can Be Bad (and Good) for Your Relationship
We thought the Twilight hysteria had faded, but for wedding shops across the country, it’s only getting started. Bella’s replica wedding dress is going for $799 at Alfred Angelo boutiques and twihards are faking engagements to try it on. If you don't want to risk the possible bad karma of trying on a dress before getting the ring, try these relationship tips you can learn from Twilight.
How Much He Really Thinks About Sex
No, your guy doesn’t think about sex 24/7 -- only about 20 times a day based on a new study by Ohio State University. He also devotes time to other topics, like napping (11 times a day) and eating (18 times a day). The Daily Mail reports.
Why You Should Start Gaming
You get annoyed when your beau plays online game for hours -- but maybe you should change your perspective. According to recent Harris Interactive survey, women who play online games have more sex than those who don’t. VentureBeat explains how World of Warcraft might help you up your game.
Don't Try This At Home
Here's a story you don't hear every day: One man claims his ex-girlfriend stole his sperm to get pregnant via in-vitro fertilization and then sued him for child support when she gave birth to twins. Now, he's suing her for stealing his seed. (If you're curious, she allegedly always removed the condom and ran to the bathroom after intercourse.) Read more at The New York Post.