Sure, being single isn't for everyone, but judging from these tweets, some people are wearing the look just fine.
Pam Edwards was just hanging out playing a Super Mario Bros. video game the other day, apparently not weirded out that her boyfriend, Shane Birkinbine, was recording her.
We don't know who this girl is, but we're really enjoying her work. This nameless hero, who is on Imgur under the uber-classy handle "69HumpStreet" claims to have dedicated the past two years of going out to her cause.
One of the most important things about marriage is to have a sense of humor through better or worse, in sickness and in health, as long as you both shall tweet.
And for these hilarious husbands, they seem to have gotten the memo.
Everyone reacts to stimuli differently, so it's no surprise that one activity that gets someone all hot and bothered may be completely incomprehensible to another. But it happens, as these confessions show, all the time.
When a relationship ends, it's generally for the best. It makes more sense to start fresh apart than it does to to fight an uphill battle trying to change someone or yourself.
They say true love is worth the wait, and for one couple in Leeds, England, they really put that statement to the test.
Eighty-five-year-old Colin Dunn and his new wife, 82-year-old Sally Smith, tied the knot this weekend, a journey that took them a little bit longer than most — 44 years.
Prom is one of those events where you have to go through the boring routine of posing for pictures for your parents before erasing any thoughts of your parents while you try to enjoy your night. It’s kind of awkward, but it’s usually just part of the process.
That is, unless your parents don’t approve of your relationship and not only don’t want you to take pictures, but also don’t allow you to go to your prom — simply because you’re gay.
That was the case for a Maryland high schooler named Myren who tweeted about sneaking out for prom on Saturday, a tweet that has since gone viral.
Some of the best sketches on Saturday Night Live are when the actors can’t help but start cracking up and, like a yawn, the laughing is contagious.