Better to let it all hang out, or keep certain things to yourself?
Social media nostalgia machine Timehop, which sends you a daily email reminding you what you did a year ago on Twitter, Foursquare, Instagram and Facebook, has a bug that’s causing it to remind users what they did last Valentine’s Day….over and over and over again.
Sometimes, you really like someone, but you just can’t find the words to tell them. Luckily, this Valentine’s Day, you… Read More
Facebook wall post: “I don’t really have anything to say to you, but I desperately want everyone to see me having something to say to you.”
“She’s engaged?!? I can’t even get one good date!!”
Our grandparents exchanged pins, our parents exchanged letterman jackets, and kids these days are exchanging…Facebook passwords.
We’ve all been there, right? Being smitten with someone on Facebook and then meeting them and… oh wow, oh no. What happened? Ouch.
I felt a Revenge of the Nerds kind of victory as I shot off droll replies to my crush’s earnest questions about living in NYC and acrobatic word plays about classmates. I’d done online dating, and this was called foreplay.
How many of these totally harmless little white lies have you told on a date? Be honest, we won’t judge….
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Every Saturday holds something a little different, unless you’re single.
There’s a troubling trend in today’s wedding culture that’s hitting both former high school classmates and Kardashians alike: the obsession with a “fairy tale wedding.”
As we’ve mentioned before, Beth Griffenhagen’s first book Haiku for the Single Girl is “sadly, hilariously relatable.” Enter now to win one of five copies we’re giving away!
Your crush just friended you on Facebook? Calm down. Don’t panic. Follow these instructions exactly.
So, yesterday I was on Facebook and a guy I’d once hooked up with popped up on my Newsfeed. So, I clicked his profile, flipped through a few photos, and thought “…Damn. He was WAY out of my league.”
As Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher might be on their way to finding out, technology has made messy breakups even messier. Here are some tips on how to tactfully deal with the demise of a relationship — online.
Maeve couldn’t help but notice her boyfriend’s sister looks a lot like her. Should she run for the hills?
Facebook’s latest changes make it nearly impossible for your Facebook friends not to track your every move on the site. This could cause some problems — here’s how to avoid them.
Say you need space, Grace. Get back together with your ex, Lex. Post it on her wall, Paul.