Two months of dating
The one aspect of dating that hasn’t changed over the years is that at some point or another, real-live words must be exchanged.
Good conservations mean that the two people have a new friend at the very least.
Photo Credit Once numbers have been exchanged, the two people now have the platform to text, and texting is the tool to real-live meet ups.
Texting can be considered annoying unless it is done sparingly, so for efficiency’s sake, the interested guy or girl will text the other person to inquire if they are going out.
In this world (the 21 year old college-girl one), dates are an after you’re in a committed relationship type of hang out as opposed to a preliminary to one. Meeting someone in class is unlikely because if there is a pause in the lecture, everyone’s head is glued to his/her phone.
The road to being “official” is a long one, or around three months I will argue. Once you are official, your first fight will probably be over the very same selfies that brought you together. Men won’t approach you in places like coffee shops because whatever is on their computer screen is far more interesting than you are.
They are “hooking up.” This means that they can expect to be contacted when the other person is going out.
Once a good conversation has been initiated between the guy and girl, the friends are discarded and ignored.
Millennials can agree that dating is a word that needs analysis in and of itself.
Dating to me refers to two people who hang out exclusively with one another.
They will certainly exchange a drunken kiss at this phase, however going home together is optional.
This may be preserved for the next time that they meet up.