Charlotte from Hamilton writes into the Crew's Inbox about girls weekend. She's not into the partying scene and her friends are big drinkers. She doesn't want to go to the girl's weekend. Does she talk to her friends about it? Or does she suck it up for the weekend?
Kelly from Lawrenceville writes into the Crew's Inbox about her guy friend at school. She says he's sending her mixed signals. He took her home to meet his family and even talks about their future together. But he tells her about girls that he wants to date. She's very confuesed. What should she do?
Blaire writes into the Crew's Inbox about her new boyfriend. She's really into him but she's meeting up with her ex this weekend. Does she need to tell her new guy about it or keep it to herself? She doesn't want to ruin things with this new guy but her and her ex have some chemistry. She is unsure what to do.
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Janine writes into the Crew's Inbox about her boyfriend's ex-girlfriend that is stalking her on facebook. The ex has tried friend requesting her on facebook and even sent Janine a nasty message when she didnt accept the friend request. She knows this girl is crazy and she wants her to stop. She also doesn't know if she should accpet her so she can see all her activity. What should she do?
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Nicole from Freehold writes to the Crew's Inbox asking advice about her three month relationship. She thinks her boyfriend is absolutely perfect and she thinks he is "THE ONE" and they want to spend the rest of their lives together. Her sister thinks she's crazy and she shouldnt start talking about being with him forever. Is it too soon to have these feelings?
Heather writes into the Crew's Inbox about her boyfriend that gives her "over the top" gifts. She's on the shy side and doesn't really like the singing telegrams, airplane banners and serenades of songs on the beach. She wants to tell him to stop but doesn't want to hurt his feelings. What can she do?
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Lauren from Marlton wirtes into the Crew's Inbox about her boyfriend of ten years. Lauren's boyfriend cheated on her once but said it was a huge mistake. He said would cut off all contact with the girl he cheated with. He has kept his word until recently when the girl he cheated with has been texting him. Lauren doesn't think its a huge deal but IT IS the girl her boyfriend cheated on her with. Should Lauren call this girl and tell her to stop texting her boyfriend?
Lily from Philly writes to the Crew's Inbox about her personal trainer. He gets really close to her while they are doing their workout routines and make sure he "spots" her well. Her friends think he's just doing his job, but she thinks he's into her.
Her friend is getting married and asked her to be in the bridal party. There's just ONE problem. Her Ex who she had a bad break-up with is in the Bridal party as well. Should she upset the Bride and decline being in the wedding party? Or suck it up because its not about her ex, its her friends wedding day.
Melanie has had bad luck with relationships, so she decided to try online dating. She met a guy that she likes but she has one concern...he told her that he has been in a lot of relationships, but none has been long-term. Is that a warning sign?
Adriana just started seeing a new guy...and he's really hot. Not just sort of hot, but "Bradley Cooper" hot! He's also very sweet (he sends flowers, etc.). So what's the problem? She actually thinks he might be too hot for her. She says she can't help feeling insecure. Can she get over it or is the relationship doomed to fail?
#1.) By Calling More Things “Snacks”. Since 2007, the number of food items with the words “snack,” “snackable,” or “snacker” in their names has increased by 170%. And a lot of those “snacks” actually contain the number of calories you’d expect from a whole meal.
#2.) By Stuffing More Things with Cheese.
#3.) By Putting the Word “Natural” on Their Products. You might know this one already, but just to remind you: The word “natural” isn’t regulated by the government. So it doesn’t actually mean anything. But according to one study, 28% of Americans made a conscious choice to buy more natural foods last year. So companies started slapping the “natural” label on everything.
#4.) By Loading Things with Salt and Still Calling Them Healthy. You’re not supposed to have more than 2,300 milligrams of sodium per day. And if you’re over 50, you’re not supposed to have more than 1,500. But restaurants basically just ignore that.
An online petition has started to try to get Mattel to create a "bald" Barbie. They think it would help young girls who are going through chemotherapy, whose mothers or grandmothers are going through chemo, etc. To check out the online petition, go to https://www.facebook.com/BeautifulandBaldBarbie.
Zach doesn't know what to do. His girlfriend's family is planning a summer vacation...and he has zero interest in going. He says her family can't even get through a meal together without fighting. What should he do?
Newman went shopping for jeans and decided on the ones pictured below because he thought they made his butt look good! What do you think? And do you think other guys buy jeans based on how they make their butt look?
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Jill just threw her sister a surprise birthday party. The party was the first time that her sister's boyfriend was introduced to most of the family...and unfortunately, he got really drunk and embarrassed himself. So much so that Jill's parents want her sister to dump. Jill thinks a nice guy and that he deserves another chance. How does she convince her parents of that?
Tina told her friend that it was a bad idea to get a dog with her boyfriend. Their relationship had already hit a rough patch and now the friend and boyfriend have broken up. So who gets the dog? Any advise?
Liz dated one of her co-workers, but things ended badly. Now...one of her female coworkers has started dated her ex and she's asking Liz questions about what the guy likes, advice on gifts for him, what restaurants he likes to go, etc. Liz says she's over the guy, but she also doesn't want to constantly hear about his new relationship. What should she do? She's thinking a little sabotage. Is that a good idea?
A new study has found that men are more concerned with their appearance than women. Find out more and also hear what else people will be talking about today with Chris & The Crew's Daily Scoopfor Jan. 10, 2011.
#1.) Stop Living in the Past. If you're jaded because your last relationship didn't end well, or you're worried you'll never find anyone as good as your ex, it's time to move on. The less baggage you have going forward, the better.
#2.) End Unhealthy Relationships. Get rid of "friends" who always bring you down, and cut off relationships that are going nowhere.
#3.) Go Out More. You're not going to meet someone if you're just sitting around at home, so try going out at least once a week. Take your laptop to a cafe and hang out for the afternoon . . . join a sports league . . . or sign up to volunteer.
#4.) Don't Give in to Deadline Pressure. Dating right after the holidays can feel forced, because your family probably gave you the third degree about why you're not dating, married, or starting a family yet.
Sarah's boyfriend is addicted to work. He works a lot of overtime, never says no to his boss, and even spends most of the time at home working. It's really starting to wear on Sarah. She loves him, but she's not sure if she can see a future a with him. Does their relationship have a chance?
#1.) Scooters and Skateboards. Getting around the office on wheels is an option if you work at Pixar, Google, Facebook, PopCap Games, or the website Mashable.com. Some offices even have skateboard RAMPS.
#2.) Foosball Tables.You see this one SOMETIMES. But apparently at a “cool” office it’s a must-have. The offices of Google, Apple, Pixar, and Groupon all have them. Ping-pong tables and pool tables are also popular.
#3.) Red Walls. Not all of them, just one or two “accent” walls. Apparently having all white walls is too conventional. And a single bright red wall makes it look like the people who work there think outside the box. YouTube, Etsy, and software companies like Autodesk and Valve all have at least one red wall.
#4.) Orange Furniture. This one’s even more common than red walls. Orange chairs and couches have been spotted at the offices of Groupon, Google, Twitter, Skype, Digg, Mozilla . . . and basically every other tech company in the world.
#5.) Slides. YouTube has one, and so do Red Bull, Epic Games, and Google. In fact, Google has slides at their offices in New York, San Francisco, Zurich, and their headquarters in Mountain View, California.
After six months apart, Megan and her ex just got back together. She says she thinks the time apart made them both realize how much they love each other. There's one problem...while they were apart, she hooked up with one of his best friends. Should she tell him?