Romantic ideas

'Melt-proof' ice-creams are here!

London, Jul 23 (ANI): Ice-cream lovers, rejoice! There's a new ice-cream in town with a melt-free twist.

Gastronaut Ice Cream, created by a food expert, comes in a bar and can be enjoyed at room temperature, the Mirror reported.

Now, an app that brings couples '2gether'

New Delhi, Apr 15 (ANI): To enrich relationships, BharatMatrimony has launched an app that seeks to help couples create and share their lifetime journey, privately and securely.

You don't think of budget while shopping for loved ones

Washington D.C., Mar. 15 (ANI): A new study has revealed that shoppers may have a tendency to reject thriftiness when your purchase is a matter of the heart.

Long working hours doesn't affect romantic relationships

Washington D.C., Jan. 7 (ANI): You might have often heard that the longer you work, the harder it is to maintain romantic relations, but a recent study has claimed it to be a myth.

Canada to have its first Mrs. Karva Chauth

New Delhi, Oct 25 (ANI): Every married woman's most-auspicious occasion Karva Chauth is round the corner and ladies are gearing up for the same, but the celebration is not limited to India as Canada will first time celebrate Karva Chauth with a beauty pageant.

And the best country to live in if you're over 60 is...

Washington D.C, Sept 10 (ANI): Switzerland is the world's best place to grow old, closely followed by Norway and Sweden, as per the latest Global AgeWatch Index from HelpAge International and the University of Southampton.

Here's why funniness is important in romantic attraction

Washington D.C, Sept 4 (ANI): You may want to ditch the pickup lines and polish your punch lines as a recent study has revealed that funny men are likelier to attract women.

Guys, romance blooms in kitchen, not in bedroom

Washington DC, Aug 16 (ANI): Remember to feed your feed well before doing anything romantic, as a new study claims that a woman's brain respond more to romantic cues on a full stomach than an empty one.

PDA becomes unacceptable when you're older: Study

London, July 8 (ANI): A new study has claimed that Public Displays of Affection (PDA) is unacceptable after a certain age.

The study has revealed that one should not get a tattoo over the age of 31 because having a tattoo was viewed as a teenage rebellion and 31 is an appropriate cut off point for a new one.

How retelling 'We-stories' can strengthen strained love lives

Washington, Apr 6 (ANI): Reclaiming positive stories can help couples that have become distant, strained and stressed find ways to connect and strengthen their relationships, according to an expert.

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