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Dear Bwog: Harry and Sally

Once again, Bwog’s here to give you our world-renown relationship advice. Your friendly neighborhood Alexandra Svokos tackles this one. If you need advice, email tips@bwog.com or use our anonymous tip form, as this tipster did. Hey Bwog, I need some help over here. I think I have feelings for my best friend. I’m actually really […]

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Last Minute Gift Ideas for the Lazy in Love

Are you a lazy lover? Minimum effort produces maximum results with these great Morningside Heights finds. You can even pay with Flex! Katheryn Thayer keeps you in the know! For the Cuddly Breakfast in bed! Bonus points if you serve with John Jay trays. For the Alcoholic Check out these cute love-themed ice cube trays […]

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