And they know how to have fun in otherwise cramped/boring/uncomfortable situations. We're the weirdos, the poets, the musicians, the artists and the dreamers. We're capable of feeling and doing things your average woman isn't capable of doing, which is code for, “We're more complicated.”But, ultimately, complicated is good because complicated tests the boundaries of the human spirit.And so, Gensler started drawing her creepers naked and posting them on (NSFW) Instagram.Gensler told Slate that her drawings are "all based off of these guys’ profile pictures, so their faces and their general positions are the same, but from there I tried to make them look a little chubbier or scrawnier or just not particularly well-endowed."Although she did warn potential matches on Tinder and OKCupid that she would draw them naked and post the pictures on the Internet if they sent her a rude message, suitors were undeterred.Here are five reasons why dating an artsy girl is difficult, but worth it: As an innovator, she is no stranger to being thrown into scary and trying environments.
The two were spotted looking “romantic” at the Mercer Hotel in New York, but Ashley’s rep passed it off as official Row business. " I feel like the guys who are really creepy don’t even bother to read my profile at all," she told Slate.Ashley Olsen may have turned 30 this week, but that’s not too old to have boyfriend nearly twice her age.The nutshell: Shortly after writer Paul began dating artist Mac Naughton, Paul’s beloved cat Tibby disappeared.When Tibby reappeared five weeks later and a half-pound heavier, Paul reacted with joy—and bought a GPS system and a Cat Cam so that going forward, she could see where Tibby was sleeping (and eating) around.