Many college bros aren't too concerned about dating and "wooing" you; and truthfully, going to have a lot on your mind that has nothing to do with dating. Dating in High School: You develop a crush on a guy in class and try to sit next to him every period, so that he’ll finally notice you and ask you out. Dating in College: When you have sex or one-night stands, nobody gives a sh*t because everyone is doing it too. Dating in High School: You make a big deal over Valentine’s Day (). Dating in High School: Getting a boyfriend (aka having a permanent date to all the school dances) is your No. Dating in College: You’ll date if your schedule permits it.
Here are some realities about dating in college vs. Dating in College: Those holidays really aren’t that big of a deal. After all, you went to college to get a degree and become a #bosslady—not to just get your “MRS.” 9.
–Stacie*I love having a cheerleader, someone always rooting for me, being there for me through a long and stressful week, and I love being that for someone in return.
– Nathan*I hooked up a lot freshman year — I even hooked up with a guy off Tinder — but now I’m in a relationship and I’m really happy.
I do have some anxiety about it though, because it’s been almost two years and he hasn’t said, “I love you.” – Isabella*I prefer dating to hooking up because of the level of comfort and support you receive from being exclusive.
Guys don’t ever approach me and people say it’s because I’m intimidating but I literally look like I’m 12 years old so I don’t get it.
– Tara*Relationship People I’m in my first real relationship ever!
Hooking up is superficial and the human aspect is completely lost.