I don’t know about you, but when I saw the blue and black dress that everybody has been sending around for the past 16 hours, I saw a blue and black dress. Anybody claiming white and gold is clearly living in some other light and colour dimension that I’m not privy to. For the record, the dress is blue and black so if you saw what I saw then you got it right (Taylor, Kanye and Justin Bieber all saw blue and black so we’re in good company). So how about me? Am I wearing blue and black or white and gold? Read on to find out…Click to Continue!
Anon asks: I met a guy from Tinder and went on a dinner date. Afterwards we went back to his place and hooked up (not sex though). I realized at this rate I’m going to just end up having sex with him the next time we hang out and I go over. Is there any way to not make this seem like a booty call even if I do go over to his place and maybe even start something? Around how long should I wait to sleep with him? I know that’s dumb to ask because it’s different for everyone but what’s a safe time to do it from a guy’s perspective?
Hey gidday mate. If I’m hearing you correctly, what you’re saying is that you’d like to have a relationship with this guy that does not just revolve around sex, correct? If that’s the case, then it’s pretty simple, really: You’re going to have to forge a relationship with him that doesn’t just revolve around sex.Click to Continue!
Anon asks: Hey Isaac, I’ve been seeing my boyfriend for seven months now and it’s gone really well so far. But recently I’ve been feeling a bit off as I find it hard to read how into the relationship he is. I’ve brought it up a couple of times and he’s listened but said nothing is wrong and it’s all in my head. I feel our relationship is stuck because we can’t get past this properly. How do I get him to have an honest and open talk without him making me feel like I’m nuts and potentially making it worse? Help!
If you’ve talked to him about this and he’s told you nothing is wrong and it’s all in your head, then you’re either nuts or he’s lying.Click to Continue!
For the final day of Project Vegas I picked three of my favourite sweaters and jackets, from Orley, Baracuta and Hardy Amies, and shot them on the blue wall we had going on in the Project Blogger studio. For the record, I’ve never looked more like my father than I do in the above photo (he’s a big fan of sweater vests).Click to Continue!