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This past summer was one of the best of my life, an adventure in more ways than one. In one particular case, that new person and that new thing were a package deal. Our generation has taken to texting for all of our communication needs. Faking interest in hopes of getting into a girl's pants is no longer a game being played.
At 19, I found myself in a summer fling with a man six years my senior. When you're dating someone in college, there's almost always the assumption that you're sleeping together. But older guys are just the right amount of old-fashioned. Whether this is because there is actually a paycheck to fund said dinner and drinks, or whether the #netflixandchill phenomenon started with our generation, I'm not 100 percent sure. Worth noting: If you are seeing a guy in his 20s who is still raving on about his brothers, it might be time to peace out. There's not enough time in the adult world for that.
We recently asked Huff Post readers who married their high school sweethearts to share their stories, and were stunned by just how many submissions we received.
Did they take advantage of their first three months in college, or did they lose out by spending too much time on Skype?I like a little challenge."-Austin, 24"Being a spoiled brat or selfish and vain. Know when to stop."-Jacob, 23"I don't want to hear about your ex-boyfriends...We want a hard-working, giving queen, not a self-proclaimed princess."-John, 25"Not being honest or open about what you want, whether it's where we're going for dinner or what you like in bed."-Evan, 22"Don't leave your dirty underwear on the floor. or anyone you've hooked up with for that matter."-Ben, 20"Too much makeup, as well as girls who don't like country music or sports."-Jeff, 24"If on the first date she doesn't sing songs in the car with me, I know we got problems."-Garrett, 23I think it's fair to say that guys are probably the most frustrating specimen on the planet.We tend to push square pegs into round holes in hopes of making something - and in most cases, someone - fit our expectations. Don't be the girl trying to convince herself that the guy who only calls at 1 AM is actually boyfriend material. And just like you can't put lipstick on a pig and expect a unicorn, you can't fall for a douchebag and expect Prince Charming.Don't be the girl that lets one text serve as proof that an inconsiderate guy is actually falling in love with her. There is a tired trope when it comes to hookups, and it goes something like this: Guy pursues girl, guy convinces girl to give in, guy gets what he wants, and guy leaves girl to clean up the mess.