According to our generation and its dominating hook-up culture, we accept vague definitions of romance The fact of the matter is this: Even if relationships aren't "traditional," Millennials engage in all kinds. The problem?
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The friends who hook up sometimes You guys have been friends forever. The strangers who hook up sometimes To put it simply, you know nothing about this person.
You guys seem to share the same quirky sense of humor, and this person actually managed to answer your FMK Fuck, Marry, Kill quizzes correctly. Sometimes you find yourself getting philosophically deep with this person, filling him or her in on your rough day at work or problems with an ex.
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Despite this crazy deep connection, it's unlikely that you'll meet in a coffee shop for fear that he or she won't live up to your now sky-high expectations. And there's also the chance that he might be a sixty-year-old man catfishing you.
The one who has a girlfriend You waste an entire night on this lameass, only to have him tell you that he would totally date you The one who has a girlfriend -- but doesn't care This douchelord is blatantly committed. The after 2 months of dating what to expect you're hiding Maybe your friends hate him, or maybe he's just ridiculously weird-looking.
Either way, this guy embarrasses you. Not dating.
So, do you want to stay in touch? I cringed at my own awkwardness and didn't blame him when he replied with, "Thanks, but that's OK.
Not even hanging out. But, odds are, the two of you will never see each other again.
Spending the night is completely out of the question, and the only reason a picture would appear on any social media platform would be to piss off your ex. Even though you know it's not necessarily going anywhere, you've gotten so cozy with this weird setup that you can't bring yourself to end the damn thing.