Call me shallow, but I really did enjoy how gorgeous they were.Truthfully, I felt pretty awesome walking down the street with them, especially when I saw looks of envy from other women.2.He screencapped the exchange to reveal what happened next: It's kind of moving to see a famous and beautiful pop star was thoughtful enough to take a minute and let the dude know she saw him, heard him, and had some wisdom about the situation.Twitter users agreed: Nobody should expect Rihanna's still sitting there waiting to dispense more hard-won knowledge about handling a split, but it's good to see fame hasn't affected her down-to-earth, common sense, caring side at all.Whereas before a man just needed to be the best looking guy at work to get a date with a colleague, now he needed to be in the top 10% of all men to get a date with one of the women in his city.” This is the double-edged sword of online dating.You have far more access to singles than ever before. Which means that there’s also far more COMPETITION.Do women have it a lot easier than men, and do hot people in general have it the easiest? Millward created 10 fake OKCupid profiles with similar sounding usernames, with the same written profile, personal stats, level of education, etc. Each account had a different photo of a man or woman of varying attractiveness.
(Sidenote: passwords on cannot include symbols, so in case any elite hackers out there want the personal information of people like me who sign up for Steve Harvey’s dating website, it’s there for the taking.)Next, Steve wanted me to tell him about myself.Recently, though, one guy came at her from a totally different angle and her compassionate response impressed even longtime fans.The singer, whose own relationship issues with Drake—and even worse, Chris Brown—have been painfully public, received a message Twitter user @Walad Shami in which he asked her how she dealt with her first relationship bust up because his own was challenging.Let's face it, that's also damn good advice.Wise and it turns the situation upside down in a positive way.