I’ve read numerous articles on how the hookup culture is destroying the possibility of dating but if you step away from generalizing you see there are exceptions. People still are capable of creating meaningful relationships in college.
Though the emotional and time investment is small for each hookup, we’re actually spending a great deal of our lives pursuing something that isn’t real.
As each kiss got softer, my hands gripped harder on her sides.
Again I promised myself I wouldn’t kiss him, and as soon as the movie ended I’d ask him to take me straight back. And then I felt the chemistry.
“What does this mean?!”, “Damn I need to get tested”, “I’m such a badass” and “I’m always going to be alone.”
Everyone deserves respect, I can totally agree with that. But I need to be honest with all of you: if you get yourself into one of these weird, label-less, hook-up situations, you should know fully well about the implications of such a relationship.
It might just be a hook-up but if you want it to happen you have to turn my brain on, not my eyes.
He says things like, “it’s not every day that I meet someone like you” and “You’re smart and funny and interesting.”
“She always listened when I talked about my day instead of having that glazed over look.”
“Good… kiss me.”