We’re only two days away from the big couples costume party, and you have no idea what you’re going to do. Fortunately, ideas for last-minute costumes are plentiful, especially if you’re going for a couples costume. Here are a few fun ones to try:
Christmas? New Years? Halloween? What holiday could it be…
The Three Day Rule
An outdated piece of dating advice where singles are told to wait three days before contacting someone they’ve met online/offline, to avoid appearing too interested or desperate.
“But if you like someone, don’t you want to show them you’re interested?” That’s a great question and one that I respond to with a very enthusiastic YES.
I dare you to read on and drop the three day rule, once and for all.
I can still remember the moment I audibly gasped reading the breakup note from one of my favorite #couplesgoals – Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan. We all watched in awe as sparks flew during they’re first on screen appearance in Step Up and cracked up when Jenna impersonated Channing with the infamous “Magic Mike” dance on Lip Sync Battle.
Emojis: we love them, we use them daily to covey our feelings AND, we even made a move about them and their hometown of Textropolis (based on the film’s outstanding 8% score on Rotten Tomatoes, not so sure it’s a must-see.) But that’s beside the point, because today is World Emoji Day and we are celebrating all our most beloved emojis!
Traditionally, proposals have consisted of a man getting permission from his girlfriend’s father before getting down on one knee. Today, though, modern couples are getting creative when popping the big question. From theatrical productions like flash mobs to low-key conversations, here’s how Millennials are approaching engagements.
Is it June already?! Whoa, that came fast. Summer has officially started and singles are rolling out beach towels, grabbing their sun hats and lathering on the SPF for their upcoming travel destination.
At Plenty of Fish, we wanted to take a look at what dating on vacation really looks like, and whether singles are more open to meeting the love of their life while sipping on Mai Tais, and reading their favorite Grisham novel on the beach.
Are you introverted or extroverted?
Whether you’re one or the other or a little bit of both, guess what? Your dating behaviors are all very similar and both the majority of extroverts (72%) and introverts (75%) have zero preference when it comes to dating either party, revealed a Plenty of Fish survey of over 2,000 U.S. single POF users.