When your partner’s once-endearing habits have become a major source of annoyance in your life, that’s a sign that you’re officially married AF. Maybe it’s that foot-tapping thing they do when they’re nervous, the way they haphazardly load the dishwasher or the face they make when they sneeze. But when
Epitaphs on the tombstones read “Max ‘Boobah,’ Beloved Son,” “Heart of The Family, Fajita and Tamale,” and “The Spice Girls, Cinnamon, Spice and Pepper.” The Martin clan’s business is tending to the final resting places of other people’s beloved family members. The mourned include dogs, cats, birds, rabbits, goldfish, reptiles
Does your dating life feel like one giant dumpster fire lately? Sick and tired of downloading, deleting, then re-downloading Bumble? You’re not alone. Twitter is positively swimming in folks whose dating lives (or lack thereof) are just as lackluster as yours. Below, we’ve gathered up 32 dating tweets we hope
You know the type: the person who just can’t walk away from an argument unless they’ve had the last word, proving once and for all that they’re right and you’re wrong. When you’re in a relationship with someone like that, it can make any dispute needlessly long, frustrating and unproductive.
Boundaries matter in friendship. You wouldn’t, for instance, tell your friend that the undereye filler they just spent $700 on was a total waste of money. Or that they’re reaching Donald Trump levels of over-tweeting and may want to give Twitter a break. But what boundaries should you stick to
Vulnerability is regarded as a key ingredient in healthy, fulfilling relationships. But when it comes to actually being vulnerable in real life, many of us struggle to open up. Contrary to what many folks were raised to believe, vulnerability is a measure of strength and courage, not weakness. Brené Brown,
New Yorker Mary McCarthy takes the perfect engagement ring selfie: Her hand posture is on-point, her nails are trimmed, her photo backdrops are almost always interesting. The only catch? She’s not engaged. On her aptly named Instagram page, @notengaged, McCarthy parodies the engagement ring photos that flood the social media