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Three-and-half years after you first traversed cobblestone pathways under gothic archways with those bright, naïve eyes of yours, you’ve attained a certain swagger that now has little time to evolve any further.
For many, however, that morning bell is another reminder that their swagger needs to involve some shagging. Right Here Right Now Nightmares of an ominous post-graduation social scene fraught with men in their mid-30s looming around seedy bars with a side smirk, an off-kilter wink, and a business card continue to haunt you.
Is it time to turn in that miniskirt for some boyfriend jeans? The rules of dating take on a whole new face, as time becomes an important factor and the psychological motivations of hooking up can change. Is it only good for casual hook-ups, for the quick rendezvous before life gets serious, for Mr. Many girls alter their expectations in light of dwindling time.
Senior spring is undoubtedly a thrilling time of year—it is the countdown to the “real” world and a call to seize the last remnants of youth. Hooking Up: On the Prowl One senior girl of Harvard University, who asks to remain anonymous, views senior spring as a time to get some unfinished business done: “I spent the past three years stepping on egg-shells, too afraid I’d develop a reputation as a ‘slut’ or feel down on myself for being sleazy, but it really was just a waste of valuable time and experience.
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I'm afraid this thread is locked now until you'd get a parents consent to your posting here.But just know that soon she will be in college and want to explore so the relationship might not last. I love this guy who's 5 years older than me and he loves me back. If you still have questions just ask I am a mom and a very protective one,my 3 sons are very protective of their sister,so with that in mind if an older man wants to date my very young daughter..better not touch her.You will be entering the work force and may meet all the new girls coming in to work and the old ones. But really, when I said I wasn't interested in her I really am not haha. my experience is that I could've but didn't, way back when... a couple of years makes a big difference developmentally whereas at my age (40) a 5 or even ten year gap, sometimes you find there's little difference. I am strictly against college guys dating lil gals in high school..not legal to date a minor and even though my daughter is in college now if a man in his 20's started having an interest in her when she was still in high school..well,her brothers are big guys who don't need anyone messing with their dear sister.It's not "a big change from middle school", you havent started thinking about colleges, and you havent applied to colleges. Contributing to the suckyness is the fact that you have 2 more years after this one, and for a year the only thing you are looking foreward to is getting your license, which you feel you are thisclose to getting for the entire year. Are you bringing your grades up so you can get into college? You’re a senior, it is second semester, and that bell no longer demands you get up; in fact, it suggests you sleep in.