Dyed hair on a man over 50 is the equivalent of their balancing a red Ferrari on their head: "I will not age. I am young. I can totally get a 30-year-old hottie. I will not age. I will not age. I will not age."
The show's writing is a strong mix of humor and pathos and smart, snappy dialogue that never sounds forced. Free Agents also comes from good stock. Based on the U.K. series of the same name, it was created by John Enborn (Party Down) and Emmy Award-winning director Todd Holland (Malcolm In the Middle)
You've probably heard some variation on the old expression, "Every relationship fails until one doesn't." Charming, no? This notion has got me thinking about a particularly loved Hollywood darling who can't seem to escape the stigma of failed relationships: Jennifer Aniston.
Some guys appear to be under the impression that an expensive courtship is the only way to win the woman of their dreams, but we now see that's not the case. For further proof, read on to find your final installment of fantastic dates without the sticker shock.
I'm not going to deny dating was fun in college, because it certainly was. But I'm starting to believe that moving on from that amusement park of academics and alcohol also means that we need to start looking at relationships differently.
Actress Courteney Cox made it mainstream with her TV show Cougar Town, a show about an older woman dating younger men. Now the phenomenon of the "cougar" -- older women who hook up with younger guys -- has crossed the Atlantic. It's official!
Even though I'm not footing the bill, I feel bad asking a guy to consistently plunk down serious bucks to take me out. The solution? Toss a few inexpensive date ideas into the mix! There are more ways to take advantage of your location and your area's heritage than you might think, and many of them don't come with a heavy-duty price tag.
They're the best friend who always falls off the map when they start dating someone new, or the sibling who backs out of plans with you in favor of doing something with their significant other. Don't become this person.
It usually goes something like this: You meet someone, flirt a little, agree to a date next weekend, go out once or twice, start imagining a tentative future, and then BOOM. You hear this: "I'm just not ready for a relationship right now."