Built on the findings of science (and assumptions gleaned from watching the trailer of Hitch) we have the bluffers’ guide to SFW youknowhat.
Social media has made the humble break up harder than it has ever been, according to the findings of science, and our resident victim.
Small business, feelings, orcs?! One man goes where few have before, by publically reviewing his wife’s romance novel. Brave guy.
How much do I love thee? Well, guys, better just show me, because art for love’s sake can be a terrible idea if it’s bad.
I’ve been in an online relationship for years, but I’ve met someone else. Do I give up my real relationship for something real?
The art of courtship is dead, and I say bravo. Why chart lurid love letters when the eggplant emoji can get to my point faster?
YouTube has paired the world of heartbreak with high octane drag racing, and the result is guilty laughter at it’s finest.
If you’re at all like us at The Big Smoke, you have a love/hate relationship with Valentine’s Day. We put together our favourite films’ favourite scenes – from twisted romance to just plain murder – to celebrate the most romantic (and expensive) day of the year!
In her new segment, Loretta Barnard translates and explains opera’s greatest arias. First up, Puccini’s Nessun Dorma.
A TBS reader graciously shares the story behind him suddenly cutting his long term girlfriend out of his life, or “ghosting”, as it’s also called.
For Vincent Varney, romance sends shivers down his spine. The creepy, “run for your life” kind of shivers.
Romance makes the world go round. Or so they say…don’t they? For Michael Burrill, the romance of Beatles songs and Richard Curtis films seems like it’s on the way out…
Polly Chester is more than happy to point out how couples might be alienating themselves from their friends due to their jerk-like behaviour…
Sophie Gillfeather-Spetere ponders the growing public acceptance of female sex tourism – should we be giving Rhonda a free pass just because she’s a good driver?