Dating a college girl
Thirty-year-olds looks back at their college selves the same way college students looks back at their preteen selves.
Expectation: All the Hollywood movies make it look like the first kiss is the most important indicator of whether or not a relationship will last.
I never actually talked with the girl who originally needed a date, just Ashley, who originally made the Facebook post," he said.
Ashley Harrington told Buzz Feed News that she "was definitely rooting for Joe to be chosen!
College is viewed in a completely different way before and after you attend.
While kids and teenagers envision a place where they can run wild and free, adults look back at it as a valuable experience where they learned the necessary lessons to prepare for life. Dating has its own misconceptions, and dating in college gets even crazier.
You want to imagine the other person being equally giddy to hear from you. These are the cream of our nation’s crop, so they’ll have their act together and know how to treat you right.
You start with some flirty messages, and the next thing you know, you’re sending nudes and suggestive texts. Reality: College guys are selfish and ignorant, while the girls are clumsy and awkward. They are all still just students, albeit older ones.
Expectation: Tired of all those silly boys trying to lie their way into your pants, you’ve finally reached college–a place where you can date real men.
These “women” may sound intelligent (and are likely quoting something they learned in their freshman Sociology class about how they are), but they’re every bit the same mess you are.
They’re out of their parents’ house for the first time, and they’re learning how to act.
After hearing every set of parents discuss how they met and fell in love, kids have a perception that their ideal fantasy hook-up can and will happen. When adults reflect back on how they fell in love with their partner, they tell you an abbreviated 10-minute version of a story that took them 20 years (multiply by 525,600 to see how many minutes) to live through.
They’re leaving out the parts where they desperately fantasized about celebrities or the popular girls in school.