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The Wisdom of Jennifer Lopez in Love and Dating




If you’re in your late 20s or early 30s and navigating the world of dating apps, you know how exhausting it can be to sift through countless potential matches. But what if you had a guiding light to help you navigate this process? And what if that guiding light happened to be the one and only Jennifer Lopez?In a recent episode of Tinder’s “Swipe Sessions” video series, Lopez provided invaluable advice to Brooke, a 29-year-old country singer, as they sifted through her options on the app. Brooke expressed her desire to find a man who could “chop wood,” and as they swiped through profiles, Lopez shared some insightful dating wisdom.

“Guys, until they’re 33, are really useless,” Lopez boldly stated.While this statement might seem harsh, there is some truth to it. According to relationship expert Jane Greer, author of “What About Me? Stop Selfishness From Ruining Your Relationship,” Lopez’s advice holds weight, especially if you are seeking commitment.Men often need time to establish their professional careers and attain financial stability, which in turn brings a sense of security to their lives. This journey towards maturity, influenced by accomplishments and experiences, usually occurs in their early 30s.

This doesn’t mean that men in their 20s should be entirely off-limits. However, it does help explain why some men suddenly undergo a shift in their ability to commit once they reach their 30s.Greer further explains, “Sometimes you see a guy who’s been in several relationships, but then, in his early 30s, suddenly he meets a woman and is ready to marry her.”Share
While Jennifer Lopez’s advice may not apply to everyone, one thing is certain: knowing your worth and having standards that align with it never hurt anyone. So, the next time you find yourself swiping on a dating app, ask yourself, “What would Jennifer Lopez do?”

The First Ever Albino Twins Born In Argentina Will Leave You In Awe

Virginia and Catalina are two albino girls from Argentina who became viral on social media when they were born four years ago.

In 2018 Jorge Gomez and his wife received the good news that they were going to become parents to two twin baby girls. The couple already had a son and became ecstatic when the doctors told them they were expecting twin girls.

According to Gomez, the pregnancy was completely normal, and his wife used to visit her doctor regularly.

“When they gave us the news that we would have two babies, it gave us a lot of happiness, and when they were born, and we saw that they were albinos that happiness did not change at all. For us it is a blessing,” he told a local news outlet.

The father-of-three said that there were no complications and everything went smoothly. However, in the 36th week, doctors told him that they had to deliver the babies immediately.

So, the girls were born prematurely in the 36th week. But they were Healthy and weighed normal. Catalina was born two minutes earlier than Virginia. They both weighed 5.95 lbs and 5.5 lbs, respectively.

The unusual thing about the newborn girls was their milky white hair. Gomez and his wife didn’t see any kid like that before in their lives, nor did anyone else.

So, the girls became an overnight sensation in Argentina in 2018 and made headlines in many media outlets and newspapers.

The pictures of them went all over the internet, and people were amazed to see two small girls born with snow-white hair.

According to LV12, the twins were born with a rare genetic disorder, albinism in which there is a lack of pigmentation in the skin.

People with albinism do not have enough melanin pigment in their skin and are born with either white or blonde hair. This condition also affects their coloring and eyesight. Some babies even have ginger hair, depending on the amount of melanin in their skin.

Catalina and Virginia were the first-ever kids born with albinism in Argentina. Their rare condition made them popular in the country.

“When they gave us the news that we would have two babies, it gave us a lot of happiness, and when they were born, and we saw that they were albinos, that happiness did not change at all,” Jorge Gomez told LV12.

He said he felt super blessed to be their father and never once thought that they were different from other kids or something was wrong with them.

“There were some precautions that we as parents had to bear in mind. For example, the girls are extremely sensitive to UV rays, which affect their skin and can cause sunburn and even cancer in a worst-case scenario,” said Gomez.

“So, we have to be extra cautious all the time and make sure that they are not going in the sunlight and are well protected from extreme weather conditions, especially hot weather.”

The twins are now four years old and look even more beautiful as they are growing up.