Here is one of those tricky questions that can cause arguments in relationships and friendships: can people who are in a relationship still have one or more good friends of the opposite sex? I mean, most people would say why not, but that answer tends to blur once you’re actually in a relationship and have to deal with your boyfriend hanging out with his girl mates (or vice versa).
Hans Christian Anderson had once quoted ‘when words fail, music speaks’, which can relate to the idea that women often express their thoughts and emotions through their music, or perhaps men might write lyrics about them instead. Either way, most women are quite complex and multifaceted in their own way, so it can take time and effort to fully understand their perspectives.
Below you will find the 7 most important rules of running a hens night. As a maid of honour, I had the task of entertaining and group of girls who were all very different to each other, which makes the job extra hard. These are the steps I used to create a night that everybody (surprisingly) enjoyed.
Things are going well; you have found an attractive man who is willing to get into bed with you. Perfect, right? But is this more than a one night stand, or should that be how it stays with this guy? Here is exactly how to tell.
There is a dilemma that most of us come across when we manage to score a guy/girl at a nightclub, bar or anywhere really: do we text them straight away after we get their number, or do we wait until the next day? Or should we go by the three-day rule, which basically means that you have to wait three days before texting them so that you don’t look too desperate?
We’ve all seen some strippers in our time; whether it’s a muscle infused fireman rescuing you from a friend’s hen’s party, a naughty policewoman in fishnets teaching you a lesson, or even just a movie like Magic Mike or Showgirls. We’ve all seen it, and whether you’re a man or a woman, it’s always a fun time.
Walking past my local church in Canberra’s CBD, I notice the distinct sound of rave music. I look at my watch, it’s 8:45pm. I look at the church, I look at my watch again and think WTF, as I am in the midst of carry my groceries home I make a note to check it out tomorrow. The next day I walk in the direction of the church and this time I am greeted by silence.
Most people tend to feel their mood sink a little when they decide to stay sober for a night out, either because they’ve been nominated as the designated driver for the night because it’s their turn, or they’ve just decided to stay sober for some reason. Either way, it can suck when you go out and have to stay sober while all your friends drink up and let loose on the dance floor.
Ah, Tinder. What a beautiful brain child of 21st century technology and lifestyle. Some consider it to be a tragic reflection of the new-age (non)dating sphere, and I suppose to some extent it is. Regardless of its less than traditional methods, no once can deny its popularity or efficiency. I mean, come on.
One of the most frustrating things that can happen during a night out is the inability to get drunk. Everyone has had those nights where pre’s didn’t serve its purpose properly, or maybe you ate too much food to allow yourself to become properly intoxicated. Never fear though, there is a method in the madness.