"Love is not dead - love is hard work. Our knee-jerk reaction may be to comment out of sadness, but we have no place to mourn what was never ours."
Because the most common reason that women dumped their partners last year was because of political differences. When it comes to the top reason men finished with their significant others, things take a turn for the superficial, as the most common reason they ended things with their partner was the issue of weight gain. For men, while bad sex also featured in the top 5 reasons to split it didn’t feature as high as attachment issues, with a fifth of men claiming that their other half getting too attached had made them want to run for the hills.
The study’s findings revealed that people who had “dark triad personality traits,” such as narcissism, machiavellianism and psycopathy, were more likely to maintain friendships with their exes for “practical and sexual reasons.” Perhaps unsurprisingly, men also rated the importance of said reasons as more important than women did. The study first polled 340 people on the reasons for staying friends with their ex. The 500 participants were also given a personality test to identify levels of the dark triad.
(All photos via Instagram/eatyrheartsout)“It’s not you, it’s me.” “We tried.”“I am damaged.”These are just a few of the breakup one-liners that New Yorker Isabella Giancarlo has heard over the years. “Break-ups are often so fraught with awkwardness, cliches, and lines that stay with us long after they’ve been said,” she said in an interview with BuzzFeed. “My aim is to allow people to engage with break-up feelings in a new way.”ALSO SEE: This Instagram account combines two of your favourite things: Drake and cakeInstead of weeping over these failed romances, Giancarlo decided to eat them away by putting the words on delicious baked goods, which she then posts on her Instagram account, Eat Your Heart Out. The results are both hilarious and tasty.Click through the gallery above to see some of the best one-liners she’s served up so far and let us know if you’ve got any of your own by tweeting to @YahooStyleCA.
If you plan on settling down to an evening of heated political debate and Jeremy Paxman's sharp-tongued interviews, you may be inadvertently heading for marriage troubles. At least, if you're middle class. Top related searches: