VH1 Tough Love was a topic of heated discussion even before it hit the airwaves in March.
People worried it would have a misogynic undertone and try to form women after some male ideal that was impossible to reach.
See full summary » Amores De Mercado tells the story of Fernando (Mauricio Islas), an ambitious man who driven by greed will do the unimaginable to his own family, Lucia (Paola Rey), a woman in search of her ...
See full summary » A reality-show around a women's love boot-camp is hosted by matchmaker Steve Ward who is the son of successful matchmaker Joann Ward.
It might’ve only happened once, but now they’re assuming that every relationship will end the same way, so they don’t even try. It wastes perfectly good time we could’ve spent with someone serious about us.
All of the people out there who want casual flings will find what they’re looking for. We have to go out and talk to people, but we have to be patient at the same time.
It could mean they want to be friends with you or date you or fuck you. You just have to guess what outfit would work the best and pray that you’re right.
They want to wear makeup in elementary school, have sex in middle school, and move into their own apartment in high school.
Today’s students typically complain that it’s tough to meet anyone at U of T, much less date them.
Perhaps it’s because so many students now commute, or are too focused on schoolwork, or are constantly plugged into their i Phones. The new dating site (loveatschool.com) created by computer science students Andrew Danks and Lori Lee, works just like other dating sites – you have a profile, a picture, likes and dislikes – but with one important difference: all users have registered U of T email addresses.
Steve is dishing out what they keep doing wrong – and he's not gentle doing it.