BS Factor: 6If you slept with someone once, chances are the person's probably sleeping with multiple other people just once, too.
And if your hookup becomes a recurring thing, it’s never safe to assume you’re the only one.
We are by no means "put together." We have no idea where we are going, what we want or what we are going to do when we get there. I’m not talking about the rules your parents made for you when you were 15 and screaming at your mom to let you sleepover at your boyfriend’s house.
You shoot him a text, letting him know you had a fun night. Two days later, you're debating whether to write off that apparently perfect person you met on Saturday night, or to pitifully send another text because, maybe, the message didn't send. We spend our rent money on plane tickets, and we are always searching for something more.
Or perhaps, you want the person to know he or she only looks good in the dark.
Sarcasm and bitterness aside, I believe people follow this rule because they are too nervous to call someone up for some afternoon delight.
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.
Some people believe dating someone even a year or two younger while in university, for example, can be a huge gap in maturity.
Have you ever stopped yourself from sending a text message because your friend told you it came off as desperate?
Have you ever resisted the urge to sleep with someone because it was only your second date?
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.