Here are a few things from around the web that may interest you:
See how this creative long distance couple stays connected across the miles.
Ever wonder what it’s like to be a professional cuddler?
Want to know which state has the highest number of bridesmaids in its weddings every year? [Hint: think South].
Related: “Offline, D.I.Y. Weddings Aren’t So Picture Perfect”
Isn’t it a little rude to get a text from a woman you’ve been dating for two weeks and not even acknowledge it? How hard can it be to fire off a blushing smiley emoji or a four-word answer? He didn’t even need to reciprocate the sexual innuendo (though it would have been appreciated). He could have just said, “Nice.”
(Scrap that. “Nice” would have been way worse. If he had texted “Nice,” I would have thrown myself into the sea.)
— “The Five Stages of Ghosting Grief”
This comic, by DW reader Cherlyn, nails what life is like post-heartbreak.
These Four Relationship Patterns Determine If Your Relationship Will Last
And some of you thought you had bad dates: Woman Shuts Down Dude Who Demanded $5 Back For Coffee Date
Roughly 133 billion pounds of food go uneaten each year in the U.S. (and how much of it do you think will be discarded next week, after Thanksgiving??); this filmmaking couple from Canada vowed to eat only discarded food for six months, and then they made a film about it, ‘Just Eat It,’ which is now available on demand online.
So much to say about recent attacks against humanity, including last week’s horror in Paris, and the various reaction, both in the US and elsewhere. So much to say and I’m probably not the right person nor is this the right venue to say much about it, but in light of all the Americans and our governors declaring refugees unwelcome in our country, I want to at least link to these heartbreaking photos of where Syrian refugee children sleep.
Related: “They might have guns, but we have flowers.”
Thank you to those who submitted links for me to include. If you see something around the web you think DW readers would appreciate, please send me a link to email@example.com and if it’s a fit, I’ll include it in Friday’s round-up. Thanks!
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