OFF MENU IS SPONSORED BY BENDER’S BECAUSE THEY ARE BADASS. DROP BY AND MAKE SOME BAD DECISIONS WITH SOME GOOD PEOPLE! This is the sly form of payback so many of you have been looking for. Sure, you may have fantasized about feeding your awful ex to a pack of ravenous wild animals,
You can’t spell San Francisco without a few exes. From the person you had a one-night stand with six years ago, to the one who suddenly stopped texting you after dating for a couple months, to the person you loved so completely that it nearly broke you: Running into people you’ve been involved with is an inevitability.
We all have a list. A “Standards List” for people you date. The gauntlet of rules we hold against the person asking you for a first date. They won the “Sure…I’ll share a coffee/meal/blanket in the park with this person” prize. So what must they do now? What must happen in
Here is a thing I find disturbing – apparently, due to a bad breakup, Tim Gunn has been celibate for like, 20 years. I know this not because Tim Gunn and I are BFFs, as we ought to be, but because he wrote it in his new book, Tim Gunn:
By “dumpers”, I mean people who do the dumping in a dating relationship, as opposed to “dumpees” who are the ones dumped. There’s lots of advice out there for the dumped, obviously, because that’s almost always hard. Hell, I’ve even given my two cents on the matter. But what about
I know it seems like a no-brainer to stop talking to/seeing/fucking your ex. But, you know how it is….sometimes it just kinda takes a long time for you or them to fully let go. And sometimes, it’s completely impossible to talk your friends out of something that they can’t help
I feel like I’ve been having a very similar conversation with a lot of different friends, be they close girl friends who date around a lot, older guy friends who crave a steady relationship, or friends closer to my age with little to no dating/sexual experience. A lot of these