Unlike the wingman who only has to help his male friend, the wingwoman is counted on by both parties. We want you to succeed as much as you and your friend do.
This Valentine’s Day, let’s do one another a favor and exchange gifts that elicit genuine gratitude. With that in mind, here is an inventory of some things men DON’T want this Valentine’s Day.
From the All Knowing to the Nurturer to the (ugh) Fair Weather, here are the 6 types of fans you might encounter this weekend.
It’s not that I want to punish my exes. They can be happy! They just can never remind me they exist.
Never have I ever heard of foreplay coming to a screeching halt because a guy discovered stretch marks.
At the first sound of any of these lines from that guy you’ve been hoping to progress your “sort of” relationship into something more, run. Don’t walk. Do not pass go. Do not collect two hundred dollars. Just run.
Don’t change your whole life for a man who hasn’t made it clear that you are a priority to him. Not making weekend plans because he “may” ask you out is not a good idea.
Sure, all relationships and friendships are different, but when it comes to navigating dating and friendships, some rules apply in all situations.
Cosmo has put together a little list of things men don’t want women to know about them as a species. The list starts out with the predictable (“We masturbate – a lot.”), but then got to some pretty pleasing surprises.
I have a lot of straight male friends. I’m not dating any of them, but I recently realized: I’m their “filler” girlfriend.
Listen: women don’t have to be completely hairless with 0% body fat and guys who think so are not “normal”: They’re fetishists.
Thanks to the Smiths, he knows how to be emotionally vulnerable and thanks to the tattoos, you find him dead sexy. That’s a pretty great hipster boyfriend you have there.
The handiest, dandiest, most useful gift guide you’ve seen yet. We promise.
There’s a new website to help you pick out exactly what to get him for Christmas/his birthday/Valentine’s Day/any other gift-giving celebration you’ll partake in for the rest of your relationship.
There comes a point in every woman’s life when she thinks it’s a good idea to date a starving artist or a hotel-destroying musician. But does the reality of these coveted guy “types” ever live up to the fantasy?
Think about it: who’s a bigger part of your dating life than your best friend?