There's a lot that you can't officially do in Uganda. You can't legally shag people of the same gender. You can't "promote" weed smoking.
Relationships are complicated, so it makes sense that some so-called deal breakers should be ignored, but some quirks are such bright red flags flapping violently in the wind that they simply must be acknowledged. Whether that means working together on a compromise or accepting that a person is just all wrong for you, here are some neon warning signs to be on the look out for. It sounds irresistible at first, but there's nothing more infuriating than being put on a pedestal by a partner.
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Faith, 21, saw this very thing happen on a recent trip to Yosemite National Park. A professional photographer was taking what looks like some cutesy-wootsy engagement portraits when Faith says she and her boyfriend stumbled upon them while hiking over from a different vantage point. She did the only thing she could: whip out her iPhone 6 and snap a photo before walking away.
Most couples aren't very adventurous in the bedroom. When it comes time to get down in between the sheets, few are bold enough to venture away from traditional standbys like missionary, cowgirl, spooning, doggy style. It doesn't have to be this way.
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The first time I laid eyes on Debbie, I was gobsmacked: golden hair, full lips, perfect body beneath a lemon-yellow summer dress. But the idea struck without warning: Marrying this woman would make my life perfect. Months of this.