• Mila Kunis blames herself for 'horrible, horrible breakup' with Macaulay Culkin
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    Erin Donnelly

    Mila Kunis blames herself for 'horrible, horrible breakup' with Macaulay Culkin

    Mila Kunis and Macaulay Culkin dated for eight years, and she says she's at fault for their nasty split.

  • Twitter comes to the rescue of woman whose boyfriend said she had a 'beer gut'
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    Jessica Ankomah

    Twitter comes to the rescue of woman whose boyfriend said she had a 'beer gut'

    "I've noticed, but it hasn't turned me off. But you're definitely getting a beer gut, babe."

  • Pizza Hut sent a woman free pizza after she got 'dumped and ghosted'
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    Erin Donnelly

    Pizza Hut sent a woman free pizza after she got 'dumped and ghosted'

    Tweeting about your soured love life could score you some free pizza, as one Australian woman discovered. Your move, Ben & Jerry's.

  • Conscious uncoupling and other weird and wonderful celebrity breakup statements
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    Yahoo Style UK team

    Conscious uncoupling and other weird and wonderful celebrity breakup statements

    Celebrity breakups can be heartbreaking. Not only for the couple involved (obvs) but also for us mere mortals for whom every A-list split destroys a little of our faith in love and happily ever after. Just this morning we woke up to the news that one of Hollywoods cutest couples Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan have called it quits on their relationship *sobs*. In real life, when a relationship comes to an end it’s painful enough having to tell your mates, mum and maybe even your kids, but spare a thought for those famous folk who have to open up about it to the entire planet. Yep, celebrities can’t just hide away heaving into the Haagen Dazs they have to issue an actual statement declaring their relationship failure to the whole world. “As a celebrity it is incredibly tricky it is to put out a breakup statement,” says Tiffany Wright , romance expert and Founder and Director of   UK and Europe’s first Romance Planning company  ‘The One Romance’ “Whereas us normal people can just break up and go and cry in private, celebs have to actually put something together to reveal to everyone, which must be incredibly pressuring.” Sure, they probably have a bit of help from publicists in picking their words, but boy those break up statements are fascinating. Whether they’re throwing hidden shade to their former partner or declaring a new found love for being placed in the friend zone, the unofficial celebrity requirement to put pen to paper and declare their public pain can reveal some interesting insights about their relationships. Here’s our pick of the most shocking celebrity breakups and their thought-provoking, and in some cases plain weird (“consciously uncoupling” anyone?), statements. Follow us on Instagram , Facebook , and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Why increasing numbers of women are losing interest in sex Here’s why Prince Harry isn’t signing a prenup before marrying Meghan Markle Will Zayn remove his ink of ex Gigi? A look back on the tattoos that didn’t survive celebrity break-ups

  • Why women burned by bad marriages set their wedding dresses on fire
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    Maggie Parker

    Why women burned by bad marriages set their wedding dresses on fire

    “I wanted to burn the dress, because I couldn’t burn the marriage,” explained Kristy Scott.

  • The bizarre narrative of the celebrity 'stepping out' story
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    Carly Milne

    The bizarre narrative of the celebrity 'stepping out' story

    If there’s one thing we can count on, it’s celebrity drama. But the other thing we can count on is the inevitable “stepping out” follow-up story.

  • The No. 1 Thing Everyone Gets Wrong About Breaking Up
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    Jenna Birch

    The No. 1 Thing Everyone Gets Wrong About Breaking Up

    It’s OK to logic your way into a relationship early on. But once your gut renders a firm judgment — this feels right, this feels wrong — you should listen.

  • Was It Therapeutic for #HurtBae to Confront Her Cheating Ex?
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    Amy Capetta

    Was It Therapeutic for #HurtBae to Confront Her Cheating Ex?

    The former couple Kourtney and Leonard, whose relationship ended when he was unfaithful to her. “The desire to move on is not directly related to staying in contact with an ex — unless you are hung up on them while trying to get them back and still hurting from that relationship.

  • Brad Pitt Shows Up to the Golden Globes Looking Better Than Ever — and Leaves a Winner
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    Taryn Ryder

    Brad Pitt Shows Up to the Golden Globes Looking Better Than Ever — and Leaves a Winner

    Brad Pitt may be having a rough go of it in his personal life, but professionally things are going quite well.

  • Are you friends with your ex? You may have psychopathic traits
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    Erica Rae Chong

    Are you friends with your ex? You may have psychopathic traits

    The study’s findings revealed that people who had “dark triad personality traits,” such as narcissism, machiavellianism and psycopathy, were more likely to maintain friendships with their exes for “practical and sexual reasons.” Perhaps unsurprisingly, men also rated the importance of said reasons as more important than women did. The study first polled 340 people on the reasons for staying friends with their ex. The 500 participants were also given a personality test to identify levels of the dark triad.

  • Turns out teens aren’t sharing as much on social media as we thought
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    Simone Olivero

    Turns out teens aren’t sharing as much on social media as we thought

    There is no doubt that teens are using social media to express themselves romantically and more than half admitted that social media made them feel more connected to their significant other. One high school boy explained: “A lot of people kind of don’t like it on social media because it doesn’t need to be on there. ‘Cause as long as the two know how they feel about each other, I feel like if you have it on social media, it’s like more drama.