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Her day, her way. Take her phone away, and Bridezilla will be walking down that aisle.
Will you be one such bride?
Nothing but trouble. How about we talk about the llamas instead?
A feature that Tinder, E-Harmony and Match.com ought to consider. And til then, we find out the old-fashioned way. Happy reading!
Once you get to the point that you meet her parents… for the love of God, DON’T SCREW IT UP.
Ahhh. The wonders of technology.
We women are never satisfied. My hair is a long, shiny, sleek black. The kind that always looks lush and freshly shampooed. Strangers have stopped me in the street asking how I get… Continue reading
You never EVER want to run into your ex-boyfriend(s). Ever. Not unless you look SUPER HOT, your hair is PERFECT and/or you are on a date with the HOTTEST MAN ALIVE.
I imagine it would take ages for Rapunzel to shampoo and blow dry. Given the length of her golden tresses, probably about 4-5 cans of hairspray, too. Our dear prince will just have to… Continue reading
The First Sighting: I had dinner with Jake Gyllenhaal at Cafe Gitane last summer. Well, okay. Not with him, exactly. My friend Cel and I were seated in the table next to his.… Continue reading
This cartoon is based on a real encounter on the downtown-bound 6 train. I remember it was very early; I had practically sleepwalked my way down East 82nd street… He was a college… Continue reading
Life lessons from my aunt. According to Urban Dictionary (yes, I know, such a credible source…), a cougar is defined as: “An ‘older’, experienced woman who happens to find herself in a sexual… Continue reading
One of the best pieces of advice from my mother… next to the one making sure I am always wearing fantastic underwear, in case of an emergency involving paramedics having to cut open… Continue reading
Saranovela’s On Crossing That Damn Brooklyn Bridge and On Bad Market Strategy and Why He Didn’t Get Your Phone Number were recently featured on digital marketing expert Camille Regalado’s AnEnspirationaday. To read the review,… Continue reading
Need I say more? Any other favorite lines that make him break out in hives and head for the hills? Share, share!
Sara, the Manhattanite Once upon a time, I was completely and utterly anti-Brooklyn. Sure, I loved exploring the vintage shops and off-the-beaten-track restaurants that lay across the bridge. Once, I even dated a… Continue reading
There’s a joke that goes: if you can’t figure out if a person is Latin or Asian, then that person must be Filipino. I’ve heard countless stories of Filipino friends having been mistaken… Continue reading
On My Gay Neighbors I grew up next door to a gay, bi-cultural couple. As the Philippines is a very homogenous, conservative, Catholic environment, this is not a situation most Filipinos could say… Continue reading
Conversations with Dad I believe that sex education should start at home. It is crucial that parents discuss the birds and the bees with their children. Kids are smart. They figure out early… Continue reading
To celebrate La Saranovela’s one month birthday, I dug up an old comic strip that I had created in high school. Before La Saranovela launched with The Secret Art of Sex Goddess Hair,… Continue reading
Dear Generation Text, Love letters are a dying medium, if not already dead. We live in an age where ardor is abbreviated into a single emoticon, where declarations of love are tweeted, where… Continue reading
Because men are from Mars and women are from Venus… I present to you two sides of the post-first date discussion. Oh, you KNOW you can relate! And great news: La Saranovela is… Continue reading
Because it is, of course, absolutely impossible to do without any of these. Women like to be prepared for every occasion. What else do YOU keep in your purse? More Saranovelas:
This is based on a true story. It took place at a trendy little Italian restaurant on West Broadway, around the time I first got to New York City. And in case you… Continue reading