Being famous on YouTube might seem flashy, with some channels accruing millions of subscribers and views. But for the most part it’s just someone in their house, chatting intimately with a viewer as if they were old friends...or lovers. Enter Asagao Academy, a video game about dating YouTubers.
LEGO animator Brotherhood Workshop is getting married this week, so he created this charming little LEGO animation to commemorate his wonderfully nerdy relationship with the future Mrs. Workshop. “Best stupid decision ever.” Awwww.
You can’t always get what you want.
If you're like me, you're not playing Dragon Age to save the world. You're playing Dragon Age to get to know some buddies, and maybe even to smooch someone.
Forget slaying dragons, or saving the world of Thedas from darkspawn. Lets talk about some of the saucier scenes in the new Dragon Age.
The first time a Sim died on me, my surviving Sims circled the body and cried their eyes out. Personally, I didn’t feel the need to mourn. I was far too fascinated by the fact that the Grim Reaper had turned up to take the Sim away.
Once upon a time, models used to dress up as Lara Croft. You probably remember that. And you might also recall a GamePro magazine contest where a winner won a date with one of those models. Only the two of them—and a bunch of PR/marketing folks, probably—know what happened on their date. Until now.
I'm not sure what's going on. This is probably the third romance related stunt to happen in China in recent weeks. What makes this one special though, is that it involves a "Cactuar" in the middle of Beijing.
Hot dogs are great! I don't care what anyone else has to say about them, but I enjoy eating hot dogs. Well, it seems I'm not alone in this world as one young man in China has gotten all frank to propose to his girlfriend.
Hello, Internet! Welcome to Ask Dr. NerdLove, the only dating advice column that can calculate the exact Twinkie value of the psychokinetic energy of romantically frustrated geeks.
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Golden Time is an anime filled with realistic romance, gripping personal drama, and some thoroughly enjoyable low-key comedy. It also has an ending so poorly put together that it almost seems like a deliberate attempt to undermine everything that has come before.
Breaking up is hard. But you probably keep moments of the relationship: photos, letters or gifts. But those items suddenly become dangerous once you get in a new relationship. What if your new squeeze discovers them? A service in Japan fixes that.
In Skyrim, romancing someone means acquiring the 'Amulet of Mara,' an enchanted piece of jewelry that unlocks dialogue options—one of which allows you to marry other characters. So it was only a matter of time before a gamer used the item in real life in a marriage proposal, really.
Ladies, answer me this: would you be cool knowing that one of the most important decisions (and purchases) in your man's life had been influenced by the promise of a free video game console?
With February 14th around the corner, many of us are thinking about what to do for our loved ones. Cards are always an option...but you might not wanna send any with Pornhub comments on them.
Sometimes, when we are lying in bed—after the giggles subside and our hands finally give it a rest—my girlfriend likes to joke about how video games prepared me for a life where I "go out with all the cuties."
There's a good way to use OKCupid, and there's a not-so-good way. This is one of those second ways.
A dinosaur + dinosaur romance novel would be something awesome. Tales of meeting over a leafy tree, the thrill of the hunt (for food), the joy of...sitting on eggs. I'm getting steamy just thinking about it.
In this day and age of technology and the internet, online dating is becoming more and more "normal." Unfortunately, every now and again online relationships tend cause problems with one party being untruthful to the other. Well, for one Chinese man, his digital girlfriend turned out to be more than just a scammer.