It’s up to you to decide if that’s your style, but know that it happens and it doesn’t have to be scandalous or “slutty” – but just, in fact, kind of fun.
As long as you’re not going crazy by swapping saliva with every guy you lay eyes on, random hook-ups can be fun and can lead to date parties, formals and maybe even a real date!
Just be careful as a freshman to not miss out on opportunities.
If you’re interested, all it takes is a slow pack-up-and-hang-back after class to initiate conversation.Find out where the hot spots are each night of the week(end), and make sure to show up every once in a while.Take it easy if you’re just getting your feet wet with the whole dating game, and don’t feel a need to rush into anything intense. Show face as often as you can without being that girl that everyone expects to run into.If they’re showing up for class at all, then you know they’ve at least got something going for them.You can say it depends on the personality, but what really is the healthiest choice?
My friend who is still dating her boyfriend is just as happy as the day she entered college and loves the person she is with.
Take these experiences for what they are, and don’t think he’s fallen in love with you simply because he’s been attached to your mouth all night.
Attention from upperclassmen is surely a plus in any freshman’s book, because they’re seasoned.
When I was first getting ready to pack up my bags and head to college, the number-one rule I was told was "don't get into a relationship your first year of college — just enjoy yourself."Though I listened, two of my best friends did start dating within the second month of their freshman year.
One who is a senior now and still in the relationship and the other broke up with her boyfriend at the end of freshman year.
The puppy dog thing will get old after a while, leaving him feeling stupid/angry and you feeling unfulfilled, annoyed and guilty – not to mention that other guys you might actually become interested in will get the wrong idea.