Dating hooking up advice
The puppy dog thing will get old after a while, leaving him feeling stupid/angry and you feeling unfulfilled, annoyed and guilty – not to mention that other guys you might actually become interested in will get the wrong idea.
They’re part of the college lifestyle, and you can choose if you want to engage in them or not (certainly, you can avoid making out with the guy you’ve been dancing with all night if you’re just not that into it).
And hey, maybe he’s even smart and organized enough for you to make him your “study buddy.” Study dates are pretty much the best dates most college girls can hope for within the first month or so of school (news flash: college guys are usually cheap).
It’s not fair to the guy if you’re just not that into him, but you keep him around because he’s, like, obsessed with you.
– there are some who like to kick it old school and go for the dinner and a movie.
If you’re looking for companionship of any kind, there’s no reason to refuse a casual invitation to lunch or dinner.
When tempted to engage in “dormcest,” remind yourself that you’re going to have to face him—as well as everyone else on your floor, because they’re going to find out—for the rest of the year, no matter how good or bad your hook-up was.
Just because he’s sitting alone and doesn’t speak to anyone in the class doesn’t mean he’s a total lunatic.
To get started, Her Campus has put together a list of the DOs and DON’Ts of college dating.
That is, of course, presuming that dates aren’t obsolete anymore.
While a lot of guys don’t even have the courtesy to take a girl out for dinner – or even coffee?!
If nothing else, at least you can get an exciting night or two out of them—just make sure to stay safe and keep your friends posted on your whereabouts.
Most of the time, dance-floor make-outs (DFMO’s) start and finish on the dance floor and only go as far as a phone number swap.