by Gena Kaufman
photo: Yanes, Romulo A "I don't always drink beer, but when I do, I'm probably cheating on my wife." --World's least interesting man
Seriously, do we even care what goes on in the mind of a cheater? Sigh. I guess I do, because I keep clicking on links to stories about their preferred restaurants or what cities the most of them live in. And today, I learned about their favorite beers. Classy U.K. site Illicit Encounters surveyed its members to find out their preferred choice on tap.
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The top five are:
4. San Miguel
Obviously, if your guy is a big fan of one of these beers, you should definitely panic. Or, alternatively, you could just remember that these are generally pretty popular beers that are commonly sold at Everybar in Everycity, USA (though I've never actually had a San Miguel, have you?), so of course they are probably popular among non-cheaters and cheaters alike.
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- Astrology.com Tarot | Love + Sex – Thu, Aug 29, 2013 5:38 PM EDT
The Hierophant card suggests that overplanning, putting on a show or placing too much emphasis on the conventional trappings of an event is certain to bring about disappointment or contempt for those who don't conform to 'proper' etiquette or ideology. Be sure your priorities are in order, because it's not just about you.
- HowAboutWe | Love + Sex – Thu, Aug 29, 2013 2:50 PM EDT
By Bryan Menegus for HowAboutWe
Because "I love you" just means more when the person had to run down the street, across airport security/onto the tarmac to tell you so, doesn't it?
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- HowAboutWe | Love + Sex – Thu, Aug 29, 2013 2:47 PM EDT
Pygmalion Alert: Man Sculpts Himself The By Marla Pachter for HowAboutWeRead More »from Pygmalion Alert: Man Sculpts Himself the “Perfect Wife”
Some people find love through dating sites, some people find love on Tumblr, and some people find love in the office of a plastic surgeon. Specifically, Dr. David Matlock met the love of his life in his own plastic surgery office, when she came in for a vaginoplasty.
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Gawker recounts the story. Veronica was 40 pounds heavier then, but somehow Dr. Matlock just knew - it was love at first sight. Except for the small matter of him wanting to change everything he saw.
In addition to the vaginoplasty, Matlock recommended Veronica purchase a package deal known as the "Wonder Woman Makeover" - an all-over liposuction and a Brazilian "butt lift" for good measure.
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Then he took her out on their first date and immediately asked her to marry him. Guess he had to lock that down before other men noticed her brand new perfect body.
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.There is a joke floating around the internet: James Deen is the Ryan Gosling of porn. What this speaks to, of course, is Deen's approachability, the fact that he isn't just an adult film actor who likes to have sex on screen for money. He provides a complete fantasy; a guy who wants to both ravage the woman he is currently performing with and also snuggle with her. For instance, a huge part of Deen's performance involves kissing, which is a little different for the average porn star. In Deen's approach to porn, sex isn't just positions and orgasms (though, there is a lot of that), but an exploration of sexuality, too.
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Perhaps this is what makes him the porn star du jour, the first male actor since Ron Jeremy to become a household name. (For the record, Deen is, like, the diametric opposite of Jeremy.) That, and some brushes with Hollywood, most notably in the Bret Easton Ellis movie The Canyons,
After you've been married for a few years, you may start to notice that your wife doesn't look at you the way she once did. Sure you may have gained a few pounds and lost a little hair, but you you've still got it. However, your wife seems to be less interested in it and more interested in watching Downton Abbey. Don't fret. You have to power to shift her focus from British aristocrats back to you by becoming that ravishing hunk who swept her off her feet in the first place. If you do these little things, you can bring sexy back big time. Click through for 7 ways to make your wife swoon! -By Frederick J. GoodallRead More »from My Fair Lady: 7 Ways to Make Your Wife Swoon
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- Babble.com | Love + Sex – Thu, Aug 29, 2013 12:03 PM EDT
stay trueI've seen it before. Friends get involved with a man and their identity is no longer theirs. Their personality shifts into that of their significant other. They start enjoying the Boston Patriots and not only because of Tom Brady's hotness.
Then there's the use of the word "we." Some women "we" their friends to death. And it must stop! Not just because it irritates me and my single status (I am now a "me" due to committing to one of the types of men single women date before tying the knot), but because you may lose your identity.
Even though a study showed that inclusive pronouns like "we," "our" and "us" versus "I," "me" and "you" show marital satisfaction, a former study in 1963 showed that women can go through an identity crisis when they don't have their own lives outside of marriage. Betty Friedan talked to hundreds of women who were depressed because they began to feel they had no personality.
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Dinner's always great—until that awkward moment when the bill comes.You're on the third date, and things with your new guy are going well. The food was delicious, and the wine revved up both conversation and chemistry between you two. But then the check arrives, interrupting your amorous gazes. Awkwardness descends.
Like a gentleman, your guy paid for the first two dates, and it seems time that you offered to pitch in. But if you're being honest with yourself, do you really want to pay your fair-and-square share of that $125 bill, plus tip? The independent feminist within you insists, "Yes!" while the one who appreciates a little chivalry-and has a big credit card bill that's due-admits, "Not really."
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Feeling a bit guilty, you reach for your purse, purposefully moving in a slow, exaggerated motion. The trick works: Your guy spots you and waves you off. "It's okay, I got this," he says, plunking down his Amex.
Whew! Saved by the beau-at least until the next date.
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- Bridal Guide | Love + Sex – Thu, Aug 29, 2013 9:25 AM EDT
Wedding etiquette is a tricky subject. Even if you think you're following all of the "rules," it's easy to overlook these less discussed - but still important - guidelines.
1. You're not including the wedding location on your save-the-date card.
Even if you and your fiancé are from the same hometown and still live there now, there's no guarantee that the wedding will take place in that same location. Avoid having 100 people asking you, "Where's the wedding?" by including the city and state on your save-the-date (no need to put the actual venue at this stage). Many of your guests will still have to travel and possibly book overnight accommodations so give them a heads as a courtesy.
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2. You're choosing a less convenient date or time.
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