Category Archives: Relationships

Look At These Creative ‘Acts of Revenge’ On Cheating Partners (Hilarious!)

*Hell hath no fury like a lover scorned, right? And from the creativity put into some of these revenge tactics, saving face is becoming much harder to maintain. Here’s a handful of tactics girlfriends and boyfriends employed after they learned the other was cheating. I mean some of these things took some real time, and money, and a lot of thought to pull off.

Let’s call this one: Steven, you really effed up, dude!

Why have the traditional “Garage Sale” when you can personalize it by having an “Ex-Husband Sale?”  Continue reading

Nigerian Billionaire Mom Drops A Cool £5 Million on Son’s Wedding

*If anyone is looking for further proof that a doting mom will do anything for her son, no matter how old he is, here ya go! Forbes calls Folorunsho Alakiya, from Nigeria, the 18th richest woman in Africa; and the richest black woman ahead of Oprah Winfrey. On June 10, she showed just how much disposable income she has by paying a cool  £5 Million on the wedding of her son,entrepreneur Folarin Alakija and his Iranian bride, model model Nazanin Jafarian Ghaissarifar.

Guest at the extremely lavish event, said to be the most expensive of the year, posted IG pics that show no expense was spared. Continue reading

TNT Exclusive: Handsome Male Uber Driver Says He Is ‘Sexually Harassed’ By Female Riders…Often

*I’ve got news for you. As horrific as it is hearing stories of male Uber drivers who have gone rogue so-to-speak, and taken advantage of intoxicated women; no one talks about the intoxicated women who feel its OK to sexually harass male Uber drivers.

The handsome ones in particular. Oh what a double standard is woven here. 

Its not hard to picture either. These women who push up on their Uber driver. It’s an embarrassment that easily brings to mind many of the women on today’s reality shows. Those who will do anything for money; only in this case — where a male Uber driver is concerned — the excuse is just like the photo captioned below “He was fine AF though,” so all sense of self-respect or decency is thrown out of the window.

Even if he is your Uber driver! Out of the window goes any sense of professionalism on the woman’s part!!

I will leave his name out of it, but I recently had a conversation with a male Uber driver who says he constantly experiences what can easily be called sexual harassment.  Tall, dark and handsome by any account — and let’s not forget professional — this male Uber driver tells me about three separate incidents where women went over the line.

“I got a call from Santa Monica to take two girls to Nobu — a very popular restaurant in Malibu. Two girls I later learned were originally from Afghanistan, but reside in San Francisco, got into the car. It wasn’t hard to figure out they were both a bit tipsy. Immediately, they started with compliments that quickly turned uncomfortable; and in this particular case, I felt it was more of a race thing — you know, the whole Black man sexuality thing.”

The driver continues, “one of the women said, ‘Oh, nice car!’ The other one jumped in saying, ‘Forget about the car, nice driver!’ From there she reached over and felt my biceps,” the driver added, saying how he began to feel more like a piece of meat at this point. Then the women began to talk about how they were in town temporarily and asked the driver if he wanted to join them in their room at the Hilton in Beverly Hills.

Professional to a “T” — this driver declined.

Apparently no one race is more apt to act this way; as each experience the driver shares involves women of different races or cultures.

Mr. Male Uber driver continues. Now he is speaking of an African American woman who he picked up from a house party in Hollywood, CA. He asks me, “You know those conversations that starts with way too many compliments?” I shake my head ‘yes’ as he starts sharing the questions this girl asks, “Are you single?” and the tone of the conversation.

This driver, a heterosexual man who is very much unavailable, says that each time this kind of thing happens, he can’t help but think about the double standard in society. Especially when the touching occurs. He thinks about how, if the proverbial shoe was on the other foot, women don’t hesitate to call these men out.

But he has remained silent, until now.

My mind drifts for a moment as I think about how many women allow themselves to get so drunk; they make it easy for a man — especially a weak man — to take advantage of them.

This driver, the one I am speaking with, doesn’t excuse the men who act inappropriately. In fact, he’s disgusted by them. He refers to such men as “weak,” “stupid,” and “reckless.” By coming forward with EURThisNthat, he just wants to bring attention to the matter; let it be known that inappropriate behavior is not a one-sided thing.

In other words, women are very capable of sexual harassment too!

His third story shows how some women will even play the victim card to gain sympathy — while simultaneously flirting with him. He speaks of a Caucasian women, a bit older than the women in the previous examples, who got into his car and immediately delved into her personal life story. She spoke of how she had lost her husband; had become depressed, and was so lonely. At this point she reached over and touched his shoulder.

Here we go again, is the look I see on his face.

We won’t even talk about the flirtatious gay men. That’s pretty much a given.

I asked this male Uber driver, who also happens to keep a second phone in his car; one that he presses the “record” button  on when he feels it may be necessary, how does he respond when these women behave this way. He says, “You always try to keep the ride as comfortable as possible. So it doesn’t become even weirder. But I am not there to accommodate them, I just don’t want awkward. I provide excellent customer service, but it doesn’t extend to any personal, private entertainment. This behavior though, now seems to be becoming more of the norm.” 

A word of warning to female Uber riders, and ALL ride-share passengers who think its OK to go over the line of professionalism while being driven to a destination: You will start being reported to Uber, and lose your ride-share privileges. This kind of behavior is simply NOT okay. And there is no excuse whatsoever for it! 


Estranged Husband of NBC Exec Accused in Murder of Their 7-Year-Old Child

*My god. Why is it the children who always have to suffer the most?  Neil White, the estranged husband of NBC Universal VP, Michelle Hord-White, has been arrested for the alleged murder of the couple’s seven-year-old daughter, Gabrielle.

The child’s body was discovered by her nanny, Tonelle, who was looking for her when her father claimed she was asleep in her bedroom. Suspicious when she saw blood on White’s arms, the nanny rushed to the child’s room in the family’s home at 3 Arbor Glen in the New York city of New Rochelle, where she lay dead.

Cops responded to the babysitter’s call around 3:20 pm. According to the Journal News, the little girl was in second grade at William B. Ward Elementary School.

Reports say the child is believed to have been suffocated. Continue reading

Are You the Friend Who Is ‘Always Late’? Here’s How to Break the Bad Habit

*Hey, I feel you girl. You got stuff to do, who can expect you to do it all and be on time? What with making sure you moisturize that body until it gleams. Then you’ve got to put on the right amount of smell-good…especially in those places where it matters most. 

Then there’s hair to tighten, straighten, put on, curl just right, or just finger- comb. Either way, its gotta be tight!

Oh god: Makeup. Can we talk? If it’s not the hair, then its the makeup that takes up most of our time. Finally, what to wear? Do these shoes match that outfit? Do they hurt my heels or my arch or my pinky-toe?

Which pain can I take today? Continue reading

‘Actually’ Explores Sexual Consent vs Sexual Assault on College Campuses

*As many of us send our high school graduates off to college this Fall, there is no doubt the issue of sex, and its consequences, is a talk we absolutely must have with our young men and women before they hit the campus.

Of course this is hopefully not the first time parents have spoken with their kids about such a serious issue, but its a grown-up talk now — not a birds and the bees talk. This means using real life scenarios as examples! Embarrassing stuff. Explaining how trickery and deception can come into play; and WHY they need to steer clear of alcohol and drugs for real. Most importantly, the conversation must center around…

…what consent looks like when it comes to sex.

A new study from the National Center for Education Statistics and the Justice Department claims  sexual assaults on American college campuses more than tripled from 2,200 in 2001 to 6,700 in 2014. It remains unclear if this is because assaults were happening, but were not being reported or if the actual assaults are happening more frequently. Either way, its disturbing. Continue reading

Eight Things The Happiest Couples Do Before Bed

*HuffPost recently ran an article that began by describing the marital bed.  They wrote:

“Your bed should be a place for sleeping, sex and conversation — not for scrolling mindlessly through your Instagram feed.”

At the risk of echoing Julie Andrews, sleeping, sex and conversation are a few of my favorite things, so HuffPost had by attention.

(Although ironically, Andrews sang that song with a bunch of kids in her bed, which is counter to one of the eight tips below…BUT I DIGRESS!)

“When the dog bites, when the bee stings…”

Although I don’t use Instagram, my Twitter feed and I have been an item for years, and I’ve certainly been known to “scroll mindlessly” through the minutia of the Facebook version of everybody else’s life.  Since I’m looking forward to my current marriage being my last, I kept reading.

The article is supported by specific tips from experts who sure sound like they know what they’re talking about.

Here are the highlights: Continue reading