All Articles Tagged "two can play that game"
If you’re into playing games, you might have seen a bit of yourself in the 2001 film, Two Can Play That Game. It was all about the foolish things men and women do in order to keep the upper hand, maintain their sense of power in a relationship. That’s what Shante Smith (Vivica Fox) was doing when she noticed that her man Keith (Morris Chestnut) was “acting up.” You remember the whirlwind journey these two went through; and if you paid attention you might have even picked up on the take away message. You remember it all but we bet you don’t know these behind the scenes secrets. Check them out.
If you’ve been paying attention, you’ve noticed that relationship advice is everywhere. In television shows, in books, on this site and even in church, everybody has something to say about what you should be doing in your relationship. Some of it can be valuable, depending on the source; but in most instances, the relationship advice we get from the media (and people easily influenced by the media) ranks somewhere on the ridiculousness meter. The most blatant examples of terrible relationship advice come from a lot of women’s favorite form of media: romantic comedies. Don’t believe me? Check out some of these examples…
As sad as Boyz n the Hood was for me, it’s a must see not only because it’s a classic, but because of Morris Chestnut’s fine behind! His first film role had the ladies swooning (and crying at his ending on screen), and since then, the hot factor has just increased with age. He’s a throwback hottie because everyone’s big sisters and even mothers were checking for Chestnut, but the question is, are you still checking for him now? Get a glimpse at his beauty over the years and let us know if you’re still down!
It seems like everyone is breaking up this week!
Actress Vivica A. Fox and Atlanta club promoter Omar White have called off their 10-month long engagement. And it’s reported that it was 28-year-old White who ended the relationship. Click here and read what he said about Vivica!
Ever wonder why bad girls always get the guys, no matter what rachet thing they say or do? Tired of seeing your ‘frenemy’ dupe the dudes at the club when she’s already got a man blowing up her Blackberry?
So, why do bad girls get their pick, and good girls are left to book clubs and sewing circles?
Just ask Carole Lieberman, M.D., a psychiatrist and author of Bad Girls: Why Men Love Them & How Good Girls Can Learn Their Secrets, and she’ll tell you there’s a winning formula bad girls use to snag their stable of men.
Good girls–read and learn.