Women often get discouraged when dating online because sometimes the men they talk to are telling lies.
Luckily there are ways to tell if the things you’re being told are true, or if they are little white lies – or whopping stories. A good rule of thumb is that if they're willing to lie about one thing, they could be lying about everything.
No roommates, no rodents, separate rooms for everything? Cab rides aren't free, shockingly, and not ideal to take 24/7 on a writer's budget.
Instead, you'll most likely find yourself sweating to death on the subway platform while waiting for the next crowded train to squeeze yourself onto with the rest of the commoners.
(Remember when Miranda told Big that he and Carrie were crazy to get married, and then Carrie was stood up, Miranda eventually confessed, and they didn't talk for months?
Yeah, that was pretty awful.)Overall, though, these fashionably fierce women supported each other, practiced honesty, and were always just a phone call away.
Either way, you can't deny that Carrie was good at selling the single girl in the city life—glamour! Real talk: when you're a single woman in the city you'll spend most of your dating life trying to find ANY decent human worth going on a date with, not deciding between two "dream" guys you're dating at once.
It’s been one gasp-worthy twist after another in Monterey, and this Sunday finally wrapped all the drama up for “Big Little Lies” fans with the show’s finale. We won’t give you a season two because it’s so good like this. As much as I loved the series and would be all for jumping back into another season full of Reese Witherspoon bad-mouthing other moms and Laura Dern screaming by her infinity pool, Vallée does make a pretty good point for keeping it as an isolated, one-season miniseries.
But after such a gripping and fulfilling series, fans are obviously hungry for more. Plus, the seven episodes that have aired wrapped up the entire plot of Liane Moriarty’s “Big Little Lies” novel, on which the show was based.
On May 17, 2016, Showtime canceled the series after five seasons, with the series finale airing June 12, 2016.
The show focuses on the personal and business lives of Marty Kaan (Don Cheadle), a manipulative, immoral, driven and cold management consultant.