I remember coming home for Winter Break my freshman year and being bombarded with questions from my family. If it wasn’t, “Why are you still single?,” it was, “When are you going to bring your boyfriend home?”
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It’s Friday night, and you’re getting ready for your date. You sit on your bed with five different shirts around you, two pairs of pants on the floor and more shoes than you can count are all over the room.
As I sit in my newly replaced pleather chair at Library West and look around, I can’t help but notice the dozens of couples around me.
College is a time to explore relationships and the kind of people we want to share them with. It’s also a time to figure out what you want, and sometimes committing can be more than your “better half” has to offer.
This summer I wrote a blog about cheap and creative dates in Gainesville. I figured this would be a good topic to revisit since we’re already four weeks into class and our financial aid is probably gone. Here it is guys (and gals), creative dates that won’t destroy your wallet:
When we care about something, we grow a special attachment to it. Sometimes it’s your dog, and that moment when he chooses to go to someone else instead of you eats you alive. Other times, it’s your boyfriend, and when you catch his eye wandering toward the freshman at 101 Cantina, you’re ready to pounce.
Now that school is back in session you and your boo are back in the same town. This could mean a lot of things, like late night dates to Paynes Prairie or in-between-class lunches. It could also mean losing focus on what we’re all here for, school, and facing the consequences later.