Pros and cons of group dating

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His profile picture was weird, but when I looked at his other pictures he was really cute! We are very much in love, and neither of us can believe we found true love online.” “Halfway through my first semester of college, I felt like I wanted a relationship, but kept meeting guys who had different expectations. I got a message from a guy who seemed perfect for me.

He said he was into sports journalism like me so I made the super awkward first contact. Over the next two weeks, we saw each other more and more frequently, until we were seeing each other on a nearly daily basis.

** Let’s face it: dance teams take up so much of your time that your only other friends outside of your team are either your parents, your dog, or other dancers on other teams that you met that one time at that one party through that one friend and now you guys follow each other on Instagram and comment on each others’ photos saying, “LET’S HANG OUT SOON! However, that is not going to stop all the other thirsty b*tches and dudes in the dance community from eyeing your significant other. Omg this sounds like a happy ending we can not wait to hear how this goes.

” or “WERRRRRRRK” or “YASSSSSSS” Because you guys have the same friends, it makes hanging out easier, which makes group settings less awkward! There will never be enough Gatorade to quench the thirst of the dance community. Also, different teams can turn into rivalries, if your teams happen to be lowkey/highkey/middlekey rivals in the dance community.

I save and invest my money; I’ve never been married and I have no kids. My father was a businessman who ran a successful chiropractor practice.

Every weekend we spend hours getting ready, squeezing into our tightest jeans, putting on our cutest tops, straightening or curling our hair, and applying just the right amount of lip gloss—all in hopes of finding that special someone at the bar or frat party.

But in college, sometimes finding a boyfriend is just as hard as finding the perfect pair of shoes; the guy who seems like Mr. However collegiettes™, there’s still hope: online dating.

**TEAMCEST BONUS: YOU CAN TALK ABOUT HOW YOU DID AT CASTING, HOW SH*TTILY YOU’RE BLOCKED IN THAT ONE PIECE, OR HOW AWESOME IT WAS WINNING THAT ONE COMPETITION THAT ONE TIME.** Going along #1’s note on synced schedules, you’ll just be synced up in life, including new concept/workshop videos released. And let me tell you, regular non-dancing people can only watch so many before they want to do something… unsettling – everyone is at least a little competitive. The best way to get over your ex is actually NOT by seeing him/her the night after your broke up and then for every night for 5 hours for the next few weeks.

The only solution to this is to either both be really really good, or both be really really mediocre. Anyway, this is not to discourage you from swiping right on Tinder to that cute guy on GRV, but this is also not to encourage you to try and spark a game of Truth or Dare at your team’s retreat and somehow rigging it so that you dare someone to make out with you… In any case, you’re young, people are attractive, and you only love once maybe #yolom, so have fun! Or maybe you’ll agree with Chris Brown after finding out that some hoes, in fact, are not loyal. Watch this article play out IRL in our STEEZY Original below!

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