College dating girl

Reality: You’ll wake up next to a random person, try to sneak out, and get caught by 10 people in the dorm room.

Expectation: You’ll meet your soul mate, the person you’re going to marry.

In college campus near my place, senior high schoolers having fun in the evening are very common.

The amount and distribution of free time throughout the day differs for sure.

Reality: You’ll be single all four years of college (besides those weird, casual in-between “relationships”).

If I was a freshman in college, and she was a senior, otherwise, probably not. Same as top comment: we'd have to be very close in age and student status. If I was a college freshman, maybe it would be acceptable..once you are in college and you see all the hot women around you who are your age or older..would not even care to get with a girl in high school.

We wouldn’t be going on dates to get cheap slices of pizza, we wouldn’t be trying to sneak in sexy times without parents knowing, and we definitely wouldn’t be dating a dude who thought it was funny to fart while cuddling.RELATED: How do national seeds perform in the College World Series?I remember thinking about college when I was a senior in high school.College culture is really different from high school culture. But I still probably wouldn't because dealing with her parents, social group, school schedule, etc. A 5 year difference in this case is huge compared to if you were 29 and dating a 24 year old..a 22 year old with a 17 year old is just weird. To be fair though, I'm 24, so even if she's 18 there's a six year difference which I can't help but feel like would be awkward.For me to consider pursuing an 18 year old she'd have to be more or less perfect for me in every way. I have had the opportunity and felt it was just weird.

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