With today being my birthday, I found myself pondering what life has taught me in the previous 26 through (sometimes bitter) experience.
According to a new study, the longer you Tinder the more likely the app will change how your brain literally operates.
My daughter’s generation may believe they’ve made great progress regarding sex, but the truth is that they’re fighting the same problems I did.
I’m technically single, but due to Facebook’s algorithm, I’m seeing a lot of the person I’m sort of seeing. It’s taking the mystery out of the whole thing.
Dotty LaFou has spent a lifetime buffing the ragged edges of ruined relationships. Now, she’s decided to be paid for it. If you have a question for Dotty, she’s love to hear it.
The term ‘hatfishing’ defines those who hide their baldness on a blind date. I do it, because general society has pushed me to it.
Due to a theory called ‘assortative mating’, the world of science believes that we only ever date someone of equal attraction.
Well, Tracey and Sean of MAFS fame are no more. Yes, I suppose love is fleeting, especially love authored on television, but don’t go back to the douchebag ex, girl.
In a rather bold move, Facebook has decided to enter the world of online dating. Maybe they can succeed where everyone else has failed.
A recent UK study discovered that the vast majority of couples see cleanliness as a deal breaker. It’s true, as I learned this through bitter experience.
Internet dating is a hollow place, and this especially goes for Tinder. However, over in the US, you can pay people to do it on your behalf. But please don’t.
According to one recent UK study, a number of couples would be fine with charging guests to attend their wedding. Considering the average cost of, it’s not a bad idea.
We’re projecting our own disappointment here, but from now on we’re sharing our worst online dating experiences. Anonymously, of course.
The act of love might remain unchanged through the centuries, but has our way that we approach it changed? You tell me, bae.
According to a recent study, if you’re u-g-l-y, you don’t have no alibi. You should be far better paid than your attractive coworkers.
Sick of using your own brain to bamboozle someone into loving you? Well, one company believes they can find you someone according to your DNA.
This is why we can’t emotionally invest in nice things. With the final MAFS couple splitting, it seems that love will tear us apart. Again.
Over in the UK, one rejected Tinder date exhibited some premium adulting, asking his date to refund the solitary drink he bought. Sigh.
The attachment theory attests that who we’re attracted to is often down on our experiences growing up. But, can we break that cycle?
While the Winter Olympics might have climaxed, both Tinder and PornHub have discovered a rather dirty (open) secret.
What does the next generation think of today’s issues? The Big Smoke’s Next Gen program publishes Australian students mentored by TBS writers. Today, Bailey Mason calls out those who deign to call themselves environmentalists.