Hanging out at home in your underwear. Lusting over Channing Tatum’s topless dancing Magic Mike. Eating Nutella with a teaspoon straight from the jar. Telling your friend, time and time again that you really would not like to join them and their boyfriend for lunch. The sweet sweet perks of singlehood. But for a lot of singles, this isn’t enough. Whether it’s relationship, or a bit of intimate fun people are on the lookout for something more, and the internet is the place to go.
Online dating app, Tinder has 50 million accounts, making it the most popular online dating service since its launch in September 2012. The app has made approximately 10 billion matches and united singles across the globe.
But what a lot of singles don’t know is that knowing a few tricks can help them get even more matches and be even closer to making that third wheel into a double date and finding their match made in heaven.
Louis Vuitton is heading to Japan for the Cruise 2018 show in May this year. After last years Cruise saw the collection being showcased in Rio just two months before the Olympic games, it seems that Creative Director, Nicolas Ghesquière takes his shows to the home of their inspiration.
This morning Ed Sheeran released two brand new singles to the public at 5am marking his most poignant return to music since 2015. The highly anticipated Shape of You and Castle on the Hill have already had over 4500,000 views each on the singers Youtube channel as well as being performed live on BBC Radio 1 this morning.
**DISCLAIMER** This is not a “feminist rant” nor am I am expert on feminism. It is just an opinion piece.
This blog is written by a 19 year old female in the UK so, like many others, a person who’s childhood consisted of watching countless Walt Disney classics and dreaming of the fairy tale ideals that they create.
For most people, when thinking about Walt Disney films, we think of Princesses and Princes, and heroes saving damsels in distress. Think Prince Charming saving Cinderella from her wicked step-family. Aladdin saving Jasmine from having to marry a prince she didn’t love. Hercules saving Meg from Hades. The list goes on. But it’s argued that very few Disney productions have a female heroes that a “handsome prince” didn’t have to save. Is that really the case?
Winter months can be some of the loneliest times for singletons. You hear all of your friends talking about their trips to Winter Wonderland with “bae” and what romcom your bestie and her significant other are cosying up to tonight. But in reality who really needs a man for a romantic night in anyway?
Here’s is all you need to have the best night in when you’re single, in 5 easy steps.