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 >>

The Dating Guy Blog

Going to the Dogs Part One

December 5, 2011 by

Have you ever dated someone that was out of your league? I wish I could say I have, but unfortunately, I have absolutely no idea what league I’m in. It’s not just me; I’m pretty sure everybody has days when they wake up feeling like Naomi Campbell and the world is their fashion runway. Read More >>

Stars are Blind

November 21, 2011 by

I roll my eyes at a lot of things, but I reserve my most exaggerated, contact lens-dispensing eye rolls for a very special breed of people: Astrology Junkies. I just can’t believe there is an entire multimillion dollar industry dedicated to the notion that everyone born around the same time is exactly alike. Seeing as Kid Rock, Michelle Obama and the late great Shari Lewis were all born on the same day, I don’t know about all that. Read More >>

A Word of Advice to the Fellas

November 14, 2011 by

Being a lady myself (and what a lady), it’s only natural that most of the “advice” I’ve shelled out in these blogs has been geared toward other ladies. Specifically choosy, neurotic, self-absorbed ladies like myself, but that’s neither here nor there. Yes, I’m guilty of holding out on dating advice for men, but that doesn’t mean I don’t have any. On the contrary! Read More >>

Idle Give Back

October 31, 2011 by

Breaking up is hard to do, especially when the person you’re breaking up with has really great taste in DVDs. I once stayed in a four month long relationship 3 months longer than I wanted to, just so I could give myself time to finish all seven seasons of Buffy. (He had the collector’s edition box-set!) Read More >>

Cheesy Romance

October 17, 2011 by

I have two loves in my life: bearded, curly-haired hipsters and cheese. If forced to choose between one and the other, I would pick cheese. After all, we’ve been sleeping together longer. So you can imagine how thrilled I was when I innocently stumbled upon the one place in Toronto that caters to BOTH of these loves. Its name? “Cheese Magic” – a store where skinny, bearded hipsters dole out slabs of Havarti and Gorgonzola at reasonable prices. Read More >>

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