So if we were seeing other people, it would just be “whatever.” I wanted to simultaneously pull my hair out and scream.
Everyone says not to overgeneralize people, but the guys I’ve met in college have only wanted hookups.
Relationships are rarely kept secrets, and couples become obvious when pairs walk hand-in- hand down the hallway.
Since these relationships are publicly known, dating exclusively is never a question. Once I got to college, each guy I was into made it clear that we weren’t exclusive.
Even though gas prices have been wonderfully low lately (sorry Mother Nature), it’s still pretty expensive to be driving all over the map every weekend to see each other.
It’s already expensive enough to be in a relationship.
You've heard the basics about college dating: more types of guys, more freedom, and more mature relationships (hopefully).
Honestly, I think I have more clothing from my boyfriend’s school than he even does.
Like, have you even seen how expensive Red Lobster is? In high school, when you were in a relationship, it was weird if you spent a solid hour of waking time not texting each other.
I finally felt like I had met someone who actually understood me and cared for me. It turns out he was just like every guy I’ve met thus far in college: selfish and self-absorbed.
If you've been drinking, there's not always a trusted friend there to stop you from going too far with a guy you just met.
As a freshman girl, eligible cuties seem to be everywhere – and guess what? The attention can be fun, but when it comes down to it, the dating game in college is one that you’ll learn a lot about as time goes on – you might not be a pro right off the bat.