Let’s be honest, becoming emotionally invested in a particular couple from a show is part of the TV show watching experience. We root for the couples we love, especially when we see ourselves in them, and just because their relationships aren’t real doesn’t mean we can’t still learn from them. From the wildly dysfunctional couples to the on-again, off-again couples, to the couples who are just straight up #relationshipgoals, here are some lessons I’ve learned from ten of TV’s favourite twosomes.
The age old question that so many singles and POF users ask me is, “Why aren’t the images on my dating profile getting any attention?”
As a POF employee, there are a couple insider tips that I can share with you today, that will hopefully shine a light on why you may not be getting the the profile views you expected when you opened your account.
Tis the season of Pumpkin Spiced Lattes and Chai teas; Fall has officially arrived. Summer was filled with late nights, and BBQs with friends and family, but now as the seasons change and the cooler nights roll in, September and October present a perfect time of year to slow down the pace and refocus your priorities on yourself, and your dating life.
Pet peeves. Mood swings. Bad days. We all have them, especially in relationships, and sometimes it’s just too easy to let something seemingly meaningless turn into the.biggest.deal.
Did you know 20% of singles in the United States call upon the help of others to draft a message to someone they’re interested in?! And an astounding 49% of Gen Z (ages 18-24) is guilty of calling on their squad to help craft their first message to someone they like.
The best days at the Plenty of Fish office are when we receive messages from couples who met each other on the app. Every time I read success story after the next, I can’t stop smiling. It’s a great reminder for all of us that work at POF why we do what is is we do!
We’ve seen the trope a million times. Danny and Sandy from Grease, Noah and Allie from The Notebook, and more recently, Jake and Amy from Brooklyn Nine-Nine show us the classic story of two people who are incredibly different but end up falling madly in love. So what’s the deal? Do opposites really attract, or do these types of relationships just make for an entertaining plotline?
Yes I’ll admit it! I just binged watched the Netflix reboot series of Queer Eye season 1 & 2 in less than a week. I cried, I laughed, overall this show pulls on the heart strings. I am officially obsessed with the 5 amazing lifestyle gurus and their ability to transform the well being of individuals that have lost their way.
Just in case you are unfamiliar with the dating trend Ghosting, that first made its mainstream debut in 2015: