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In this edition of our Evening Eye Candy, we check out the chocolate-y goodness of an up and coming crooner with a smooth voice and killer good looks: Luke James. The New Orleans native stopped by our Madame Noire offices recently to, what else? Sing to us. Safe to say he was a delightful interruption that had us melting. Check out why James is getting a lot of applause and acclaim these days. Eye candy and ear candy for sure.
To learn more about Luke James, check out the Bossip interview here.
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Saying sorry is act of kindness that shows yours deepest regret for a transgression or a mistake you’ve made. When used in the right context it can make a huge difference in how you feel and how a person feels about you. By showing pity, it communicates to others that you want to right your wrong.
However there are some things that don’t need to be apologized for. In some instances you have a right to feel or do certain things without feeling obligated to sorry just to appease another person. As women, we have a bad habit of feeling guilty fairly quickly, which in turn makes our usage of “sorry” way to frequent.
Here are few things you should never have to apologize for:
In life there needs to be balance, a meeting of opposites. Hot, cold, black, white etc. You get the picture. It is this search for balance, the inclusion of the opposite, that draws us to men with rough, gruff, deep voices, simply because many of us belonging to the fairer sex have higher-pitched sometimes squeaky voices. And while a deep voice is certainly not a requirement; it’s just another thing that makes us think of manliness and masculinity. Check out this list of men who possess this characteristic.
(NY Times) — Back in the 1990s, typing out “hello” on most cellphones required an exhausting 13 taps on the number keys, like so: 44-33-555-555-666. That was before the inventor Cliff Kushler, based here in Seattle, and a partner created software called T9, which could bring that number down to three by guessing the word being typed.