Dating issue 2011
Readers share the deal makers—and deal breakers—on their dating lists.
Not comfortable with her punching and smashing and zombies? Next, please.
When his friends are complaining about St. Bart’s being too hot, it’s time to run.
Can quirky eating habits kill a relationship? Yes.
From the good to the bad to the laundry, young singles have their own ideas of romance. Dinner and a movie need not apply.
We went to the streets to find out what women look for in a man. Here's what they want—in their own handwriting.
We went to the streets to find out what men look for in a woman. Here's what they want—in their own handwriting.
Readers divulge the traits they need in a mate.
A man’s on-slope style makes a big impact, one snow shredder finds.
Not sharing at the table translates directly to the bedroom, according to one Chicagoan.
Dead Heads need not apply.
A single guy explains why the eye roll matters.
A Logan Square resident shares why the ultimate convenience may not be so convenient after all.
This reader only gets goosebumps if you know what Goosebumps is.
A low-maintenance lady explains why it’s hard to date a well-groomed guy.