College freshman guy dating junior girl
I promise, you can do it, and no, the Earth will not explode.
I want a dollar for every missed opportunity I have screwed up because I was too shy to say something.
Because girls love it when they meet a guy with interests in common—even if you’re just looking to hook up, it will make the mandatory post-sex cuddle that much less awkward.
If you’re both in a class together, or you play the same sport (IM, club, or pick up), or you both joined the same club, it makes sense to reach out to her and try and get to know her!
You get the picture: I started living my life by my own rules.
A day doesn't go by that I'm not so incredibly happy it didn't work out between me and my potential freshman year boyfriend.
Here are four reasons you shouldn't have a boyfriend freshman year of college, either: Maybe you're really into drama, so you can go to an improv club meeting.
Maybe you were just made for Greek life, so you can rush.
Any parties I knew about were parties he knew about, too. We had paved a (short-lived) life for ourselves in college that revolved around us as a couple, not as individuals.So, given that your friend group is probably all but tapped out in terms of girls you would want to bang (or date, if that’s what you want), your options are Tinder, or risking your pride by saying “hi” to a good looking stranger.But knowing that a strange girl could potentially stab your pride with the knife of rejection, why would you even try since you know you can open an app which does essentially the same thing?In retrospect, I think it was a defense mechanism because I was so terrified of making new friends.I was so close to my friends from home that there was a part of me that genuinely thought making any new friends was sort of cheating on the ones I already had.