“There's been times we hated each other, times our thumbs hit warp speed as we texted angry stuff to each other, times we felt like we were wrong for each other and threw sock at each other. A handful of friends are now a sea of acquaintances.
Dating is a hunt for perfection as people swipe on faces.
Seventy-three percent of women ages 18 to 24 said hair is one of the first things they notice, according to a national survey of 1,033 young adults conducted by market research firm Kelton for the Unilever brand Axe Hair.
Just over half of the women surveyed said it's important to date a guy whose standards for hair are similar to their own, and 58 percent chose "short and clean-cut" as their favorite men's hairstyle.
Ricci, 29, and Benjamin have not yet set a wedding date.Benjamin, 32, suggested that hair isn't the only problem younger guys have in the dating world.According to Benjamin, they're also forgetting how to interact with others in person.The higher we fly the more the glue melts on our wings.“In this algorithmic world we forget that people don't ever perfectly fit.Christina Ricci and her fiance Owen Benjamin grabbed sushi for lunch in LA yesterday.