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Conversations with Bibi & Alice: Should weddings be banned?

Writers Alice Wright and Bibi Lynch live on opposite sides of the relationship track. Married Alice did the whole white dress and big cake thing – Bibi can’t get a second date. Alice put loads of effort into making her wedding her biggest day – Bibi’s biggest day was discovering the middle aisle in Aldi. Which got them both thinking… Bibi: ...

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This is the biggest dating app in the world… and you’ve probably never heard of it

0SHARESShare sponsoredBadoo Wednesday 26 Apr 2017 10:30 pm Say what?! There is a dating app that is bigger than ANY other out there? The thing with a bad date is it does make for a brilliant story. You’ve made it to the bar. There’s a tingle of excitement and maybe, just maybe, this will be a good evening. Alas, as ...

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Why do people visit a dominatrix? These men explain the appeal

She’s in charge (Picture: Getty) Everyone recognises the popular image of the dominatrix standing over a cowering man, usually with a whip in her hand. ‘S&M’ has been a popular theme in art and films for a very long time, although it’s now generally referred to as BDSM (a surprisingly recent term which covers a whole heap of different kinky ...

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Beware, The Dragon Frappuccino Is Coming For Your Last Shred Of Dignity

Since them, the neon-colored drink has popped up at other Starbucks in California and across the country. While the Unicorn Frappuccino was an official Starbucks beverage  ― it’s unavailable as of April 23, though some locations may still have the ingredients to make them ― the Dragon Frappuccino is an employee invention, a Starbucks spokesperson told HuffPost. Therefore, you’ll likely need to ...

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The Pink Pegasus Is Disneyland's Spin On The Unicorn Frappuccino

But perhaps the most magically inspired drink has come from Disneyland. Named after the winged horse from Disney’s “Hercules,” this pink drink was created after the store ran out of ingredients for the Unicorn Frappuccino, according to E! News. Flavors in the Pink Pegasus included white mocha and raspberry. It may have been missing the swirl of sour blue from the ...

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Girl Dressed As Jyn Erso Gives Out Death Star Plans At 'Star Wars' Event

Just like the Death Star would never have been destroyed without the help of Jyn Erso, a recent “Star Wars” event in Orlando wouldn’t have been nearly as fun without a certain cosplaying 5-year-old. From April 13 to April 16, Harley and her dad, Dino Ignacio , attended the Star Wars Celebration event in Orlando, Florida. During the event (which ...

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What Stepparents Need To Remember About Their Stepchildren

0SHARESShare 1. They didn’t choose their parents. It’s true. None of us chose our parents. We were born into whatever situation existed and the parents who gave us life made choices for us — good or bad. In the lives of most stepchildren, their ability to control what’s happening around them is painfully limited. Whether mom and dad broke up ...

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These 103- And 98-Year-Old Sisters Prove Sibling Rivalries Never End

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When Teens Need Their Friends More Than Their Parents

By Jenn Director Knudsen For many parents, the truth is hard to admit: Adolescents begin to rely less and less upon the adults in their lives and more heavily on their peers. Starting to let go is difficult. But teens’ reliance on buddies is good for their development and sense of belonging. A new study found that this is especially ...

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This Guy Started Crying When He Saw His Girlfriend In Her Prom Dress

Sometimes, a facial expression really does say it all.  On Saturday, Nolanah Garcia, a high school senior at Southside High School in San Antonio, Texas, brought Devin Collier, her boyfriend of three years, to tears when he saw her in her prom dress for the first time. On Sunday, she shared several sweet photos of the big reveal on Twitter, ...

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