He has no problem with hooking up with each one of your friends by jumping from one to the next.
He might have no idea that what he’s doing is hurting your relationships with your friends, but it’s up to you guys to stop him by cutting him out of the equation.
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Attention from upperclassmen is surely a plus in any freshman’s book, because they’re seasoned.
They know what’s up in this whole college world, and it can be quite nice to have a hot, older guy show you the ropes – he’ll let you know what parties are happening, bring you to date parties, introduce you to his friends and be a pretty face to show up in your tagged pictures on Facebook.
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).
Who, you ask, knew there was such a science behind college guys, anyway? Well, maybe, but there might be a little bit more to it.
I was wondering if anyone else is going though something similar and how they kept close.
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.
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.
Take these experiences for what they are, and don’t think he’s fallen in love with you simply because he’s been attached to your mouth all night.
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.
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.
That said, don’t feel the need to hook up with him purely because he’s “older and wiser…” because he may just turn out to be pretty stupid.
No, we can’t be certain that what all guys are looking for is sex, but that’s definitely a part of college hook-ups.
) I'm going to be entering college and have been dating my boyfriend who will be a senior in high school this fall for almost 2 years.
I know that it will be hard to keep our relationship strong because we will be 4 hours apart.