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.
New Years Eve is one of the most highly anticipated nights of the year. Millions of people party until the clock strikes midnight to sing Auld Lang Syne and toast a “happy new year”, and this year people can’t seem to wait.
I know what you’re thinking, 10lbs in 3 days?! Impossible. But it isn’t.
If you’re anything like me and love your food and hate exercise this is probably the diet for you. I recently discovered a diet plan called “The Military Diet” which sounds a lot more scary than it actually is. A lot of the diet is based around foods like tuna, egg and even ice cream.
With January being a month when we all feel the financial pinch it’s difficult not to leave the romance behind until February, but not anymore! Here is how to beat the January blues (and avoid a month of “Netflix and Chill”) with my top 5 January date ideas.
One of the most overlooked aspects of fashion is language. The evolution of the English language has created an entirely new way for us to communicate. (Which we can’t deny, is very important to us ladies!). Social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter – that we all love – have aided the evolution of language and allow for a separate social universe with a whole new way of speaking. Of course, like everything else, this affects fashion!
Of course it isn’t just modern words that we’ve brought into fashion. The creation of neologisms (new words) for fashion has been going on for centuries.
Here’s a bit of background: the renaissance period was renowned for coining new terms for fashion. Ever wondered where the words ‘beret’ and ‘flat cap’ came from? Ladies, I present to you the renaissance. We all love a good pair of high heels, but did you know the original name for heels was ‘chopines’? As you can see, English Language has a huge impact on the way we interpret fashion today.