They say that everything ends poorly, otherwise, it wouldn't end. That might be true, but it's hard to say that the relationships below didn't end worse than you're typical breakup.
There's probably no bigger wardrobe choice in a woman's life than her wedding gown. And while weddings (and their gowns) are very personal choices, they follow trends just like any other article of clothing does.
As the outdated gender role goes, every woman is just DYING to be married. Of course, we know that's just not the case anymore (if it ever was), but still, women often pretend to be engaged.
Given the fact that Pokémon Go has surpassed Tinder as the most popular app and is poised to take over the virtual world, it was only a matter of time before PokéDates, a Pokémon Go dating app, was a virtual reality.
As we all know, sex is weird. So weird that there's a seemingly limitless amount of trivia, statistics, facts, and strange studies that constantly surprise us.
Nickelodeon is set to break fresh ground by introducing a married, biracial gay couple on Wednesday’s episode of their hit animated series, The Loud House.
The faces behind corporate Twitter accounts are often a mystery and their tweets can sometimes lack personality. But for Victoria Carlin of London, the Waterstones bookstore account not only had personality, but also her future husband behind the scenes.
The account is much more personable than your average brand on Twitter.
Dating is hard enough when both parties involved awkwardly meet and set out on the first date.
It's even harder when one of those people doesn't even show up, which was the case for 21-year-old Twitter user Mimi Black, who was stood up by her date after she traveled to meet him.
The latest trend in wedding cakes is pretty cutting edge — literally.
Instead of sugar flowers and tiers of tradition, brides are gravitating towards geode cakes, which depict stunning rock candy lined with edible crystals.
It started when luxury wedding cake design studio Intricate Icings introduced this gem earlier this year, much to the delight of an audience hungry for something new.
When Josh and Maggie Wakefield recently got married, they decided to shake up the way people normally choose their flower girls.