Sometimes you agree to something, only to realize you’d prefer to pass. For instance, Ian McKellen has decided he doesn’t want to write a book delving into his most private personal experiences and returned the sizable advance he’d received for his memoir.
When I heard the news that Netflix had signed on to a four-episode continuation of Gilmore Girls, I had a thought that I believe everyone else should have had: I hope they hire a new costumer.
Considering how much Woody Allen loves new things that are only blooming into their potential, it’s a huge surprise that the director is remorseful about signing on to do a deal with Amazon. His six-episode series hasn’t brought him any pleasure and he claims he doesn’t even know what a “streaming service” is.
"No Regrets" is a lovely policy to uphold re: sex-having. But, sometimes, we have regrets anyway. Often there were warning signs; red flags we should've noticed. Here is a completely arbitrary crowd-sourced list of people/entire demographics we wish we hadn't boned.
There are countless proverbs that urge us not to feel regret—no use crying over spilled milk, etc. While feeling it may generally be considered a waste, since what's done is done, a new study published in Science found that learning to live without regret might also be the key to making sure you're not miserable when…
A day after we wondered why TOMS shoes' founder had headlined an event with Christian far-right group Focus On The Family, we have our answer.
According to a new study, women are much more likely than men to have regrets about their romantic lives. Maybe because we're constantly judged based on them?