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prince harry romance Prince Harry is Finally Dating Pippa Middleton, the Sister of His Sister-in-Law
Via: Elle
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Since the royal wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton, people have been hoping their siblings, Harry and Pippa respectively, would get together as well. There was even a rumor that the two were caught kissing at the wedding in 2011.



Now, according to an insider in an interview with OK! Magazine, they finally got together like everyone predicted. The insider said, "They're trying to play it coy but there's no doubt that this is developing into something serious."

And indeed, it must be serious because other reports according to magic.co.uk are saying that the two had a romantic dinner with pasta and the music of Adele. If that's not serious, I don't know what is. 


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Jennifer Lawrence mentioned in her December Vogue interview that she couldn't get a date. This is what she confessed to the magazine, which Travis Fishburn of Boise, Idaho heard loud and clear: 

“I am lonely every Saturday night. Guys are so mean to me I feel like I need to meet a guy, with all due respect, who has been living in Baghdad for five years who has no idea who I am.”

Now Fishburn has graciously offered to fix her problem by taking her out on a date. The video is growing in popularity, maybe Jennifer Lawrence will see it and let him help her out with her "boy troubles".



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Oscar Mayer just released a dating app, that looks very similar to Tinder, for people who are really fond of bacon

So it's basically just Tinder.

Insisting that it's a very real dating app, the cold cuts and meat production company has launched a website and rolled out the swiping app.

It's location based, so you'll have to tell that meat factory where you are at all times. But it comes with something called a 'Sizzl-meter'. Here's what they say about it on their FAQ

Q: How does the "Sizzl-meter" work?

A: Good question. Holding down the Sizzl-meter on a user's profile indicates your level of interest. The longer you hold, the more Sizzl you feel for them.

So romantic.

There's even a way to report people who don't love bacon!



Unfortunately, only iPhone users can currently find their true bacon lovers.

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One guy from Connecticut has taken the “promposal” to new heights, literally.

High school students across the country have been coming up with creative ways of asking their dates to prom.

We’ve seen a guy stupidly pretend to be a suicide bomber and one kid who made a girl cry after she made fun of his elaborate road signs.

Eddie Staten wanted to do something extreme as well, and so he decided to express his love for his girlfriend by leaping out of a plane.

In the video, Staten holds up a sign that just reads “Talia, Prom?” It’s short, sweet and to the point, but apparently that was not enough.

The rest of the clip shows him skydiving with an instructor from a company called Skydive Danielson, who encourages his girlfriend to go with him.

“I hope she says yes,” Staten says while falling.

She did, according to NBC.

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A guy named Darryl from Ohio discovered that his girlfriend was cheating on him in a rather strange way.

He found a bowl of Honey Nut Cheerios in the sink, but they couldn't have been hers because she doesn't eat gluten. GASP! He also says he broke into her Facebook account afterwards confirming his suspicions.

So he decided to break up with her in an equally strange manner, requesting a video from musician Mac Lethal.

The final product: A cover of "Blank Space" by the Queen of Breakups, Taylor Swift.

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Oh good, crazy Jaoquin Phoenix is back.

On the "Late Show with David Letterman" Monday night, Phoenix got into an insane yoga position called "harness of the hog" and then casually dropped some very big news: that he was getting married to his yoga instructor.

Wait… what?

But it turned out that whole part about getting engaged was a lie to make his story sound more interesting.

"I think like my life's so boring, and it seemed like something exciting to talk about, and I wanted the audience to like me," he told Good Morning America. "They really like people getting married."

Several years ago, a bearded Phoenix was a guest on Letterman in one of the most bizarre interviews of late night TV. The whole thing turned out to be a very elaborate hoax.

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