Parental Discretion Advised

February 13, 2012 by

The biggest test of a relationship’s strength (well, besides hockey playoffs, ladies, am I right?) has got to be meeting the parents. Meeting the parents is the first time the realization sets in that not every family is the same, and the things you can get away with in your own household just won’t fly with the in-laws. Read More >>

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Parental Discretion Advised

February 13, 2012 by

The biggest test of a relationship’s strength (well, besides hockey playoffs, ladies, am I right?) has got to be meeting the parents. Meeting the parents is the first time the realization sets in that not every family is the same, and the things you can get away with in your own household just won’t fly with the in-laws. Read More >>

Before He Cheats

January 30, 2012 by

To me, cheating is the ultimate deal breaker. Ever since I was a little kid reading Betty & Veronica Double Digests and fantasizing about punching Archie in his nut sack, I’ve had bad feelings toward cheaters. It’s a no-brainer; if you’re a woman with any sense of self-worth, being alone is infinitely better than putting up with that kind of disrespect. Read More >>

Gruesome Twosome Part Two

January 9, 2012 by

When I left off, I was channeling Miss Manners by presenting my etiquette guide for couples when they find themselves in foreign territory: around single people. Continuing on with our lesson… Read More >>

Gruesome Twosome Part One

December 26, 2011 by

So far, I’ve blogged approximately 10,000 words (one word for every lover I’ve taken) about how to land a boyfriend. I think the time is nigh to start dishing out advice on what to do when you actually land one. Admittedly, I know as much about sustaining a relationship as Kirstie Alley knows about sustaining a reasonable weight, so I’m going to focus on what NOT to do. Read More >>

Going to the Dogs Part Two

December 19, 2011 by

When we left off, I was busy comparing men to dogs. And not in a lady-comedian “at least my dog leaves the toilet seat down…” kind of way. I was using the Westminster Dog Show’s judicial system as a means of determining which league we all fit into. Read More >>

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