The rules guide for dating
Cut the bullshit, and have a mature conversation if being exclusive is what you want.And if it’s not in the interests of you and your “friend,” then make sure you’re being safe.It seems only natural to assume the attractive person you’re sleeping with has someone besides you to fulfill his or her needs.Our generation has also programmed us to be a little self-conscious, which also explains why we feel we’re not the only ones.Why People Follow the Rule: We are afraid of judgement from our friends, family and peers.
BS Factor: 9Who honestly gives a damn if someone texts you right after a date or three days later?
Others believe dating someone who is a decade or more older is simply "too old."BS Factor: 8If your sex life is great, and the two of you engage in interesting conversations, have fun and connect on a deeper level, then age is just a number.
Yes, sometimes it may be strange for a 20-year-old to be tangled up with a 30-year-old, or a 24-year-old to be dating a 21-year-old.
We are the generation of laissez-faire souls who thrive off meaningless sex with good-looking people.
I’m talking about those unspoken rules our generation places around dating.If you had a good time meeting someone, you should let the person know whenever you feel it. You could literally drive non-stop across Canada in three days.