This text message, allegedly sent from a guy who is laying down rules while his girlfriend is away at college, went viral
Dating apps make the opportunities for on-campus romance even more endless, and Armstrong State University student Kebin
The dating app Hinge has figured out which universities are the "most desirable." Like the similar dating app Tinder, Hinge
You feel like someone's just punched you in the gut. You feel your heart drop. Tears begin to well up in your eyes as they walk away for the last time. It's done. You're finished. Your relationship has ended.
At the tender age of 19 my hormones were raging -- but they had been since I was 13. Through a combination of chance, luck or serendipity I suddenly found myself faced with the opportunity of dating a woman I found incredibly physically appealing. Her personality -- so-so! We dated for about two months. The word ambivalent doesn't begin to describe the experience.
“It was a little strange coming into class and telling them how the dates were, but after a while it just became the norm
Being a normal college kid that likes to go to bars and parties, I'm pretty well versed in grinding culture. But there are still some things that I fundamentally don't understand about it.
Thinking to myself the other day, I unfortunately realized a sad truth in my life: I simply feel more comfortable, more at ease, more self-confident in bed with a girl than asking a girl out on a date.
Science aside, my husband and I both agree that the year and a half of long distance did the most to strengthen our relationship. When we had to work for it (Skype, email, video messages, etc), we treasured what the other person said more.
See those kids sitting in the library, mindlessly swiping their thumbs across their smartphones? Flipping through Facebook albums? Nope. Studying electronic flashcards for their next psych test? You're kidding right?