Hooking up can be incredibly awkward for a variety of reasons. Yeah, you're seeing a new person naked for the first time. And then there's that whole ambiguous definition of a relationship. Are you exclusive? Are you a booty call? Should you be seeing other people?
From Drunken Makeouts To Sober Hangouts
This study confirmed what most of us know about drunk sex
Our friendship still stands. One night we were watching a movie at my place with Chinese takeout, extremely casual, and for some reason I just wanted to see what it was like to kiss him, maybe to assure myself that I had no feelings for him and just thought he was hot. I was right, no feelings, and the kiss definitely helped me find out. I was cool with it and so was she, it was just a little weird moment that happened, no big deal. I thought there was underlying chemistry there, obviously because we got along so well as friends, and when we tested it out, I think I got more attached than I had planned. We hooked up multiple times, and I guess I just wanted a little more respect than to be just a hookup. We both blamed it on being drunk, so it was sort of overlooked and forgotten.
Why Drunk Feelings Aren't Real Feelings When It Comes To A Relationship
Have you ever had a drunk hookup? Can you relate? Many people have found themselves in exactly this type of situation, consensually of course. But is getting your intimacy on while drunk a good idea? The choice, of course, is up to you.
College dating is complicated. Acts of chivalry, like going on actual dates, has been on a steady decline in our millennial generation. The pressure to find a job after receiving a degree is ingrained in collegiates within the first few months after initially setting foot on campus. Their lives are consumed of going to class, completing homework, and working to get a grade that will rise above the rest.