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When it comes to dating, people have all sorts of preferences… To some women, the fact that a man has been married before suggests that he doesn’t shy away from commitment and that perhaps, he just married the wrong person. There are also women who have been divorced themselves who would prefer to date someone who shares the experience. Whatever the reason, daters who would rather have a partner who has been down the aisle and back at least once can now enjoy the perks of a dating application that has been specifically designed for them. Divorce Dating was founded by divorce attorney and star of Bravo’s “Untying the Knot,” Vikki Ziegler. The lawyer-turned-reality star was inspired to create the app after witnessing clients who struggled to get back on the horse after their marriages fell apart…
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How Much Women Really Spend On Dating

A recent study by Match.com showed that American singles spend about $60 a month on dating. Of course the amount spent on dating depends on the city in which you live. In the Big Apple, dinner for two and a movie costs about $135. Dinner for two, a bottle of red wine, and a movie cost $230 in San Francisco, $211 in Atlanta, and $193 in Kansas City, MO. Women still rely (for the most part) on men to pay for dates, especially if it is a new relationship. Anna (first name only), a 42-year-old speech pathologist based in the DC metro area, told us, “I have never treated a date in the beginning. Most of the men I have dated always paid. I have done things like paid for breakfast, but never on a date.” Just finding a date can be expensive and signing up for online dating isn’t cheap…
[MadameNoire]

Ghostface Killah Releases New “Wu Goo” Concentrated Weed

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The Wu-Tang Clan might have been the early masters of using their brand to push wares beyond music. The latest venture to bear the Wu namesake is a brand of concentrated weed known as “Wu Goo,” introduced by beloved Clan swordsman, Ghostface Killah. Wu Goo, as we understand it, is basically a marijuana concentrate aimed at users of vape pens, which is a rather popular method of inhaling these days. The product is introduced in hilarious fashion with Tony Starks and a co-host appearing on a fake QVC-like program pushing the new smokable substance. Ghost is in his element, having fun with describing the Goo, which also comes in various flavors “for the ladies” as he explains it. The Wu Goo product is a collaboration with Los Angeles vape pen company Dynamite Stix…
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