A recent study has shown that women are more likely to wear high heels on dates with attractive men because they are more likely to have sex with them.
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"Hey, you up?" Sh*t.
What happens when your feelings extend past the fling? Or when your summer nights happened to be special in addition to steamy?
To give you some background, besides a relationship I was in for 3 yrs which ended my sophomore yr of college, I have a terrible habit of wanting to be with someone until they 'show too much interest'. That being said, I also am usually pretty good about going with the flow in any dating situation or just life in general. But that's changed.
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So after a few too many neon blue shots, you’ve let yourself throw caution to the wind and you’ve found yourself in a pretty disconcerting position with your crush or even worse, a guy friend. In the heat of the moment, you’ve shared a steamy night with a guy that’s got you reelin’ for more, not just physically but emotionally too.
It’s been a long night. The only thing on your mind is throwing the 12 decorative pillows (that your mom insisted you buy) off your big comfy bed and burying yourself under that warm, fluffy blanket.
After four long and frustrating years of sexual tension, my high school crush and I finally had our first hot makeout sesh the first week of college. That is if you consider making out with some nature special about tarantulas playing in the background to be hot. Regardless, it happened and I was oh so excited.
I think we can all agree that it's exciting when you run into someone wearing your university's logo/mascot/colors when you're far away from campus. You instantly wanna give them a "Go [insert team name here]!" before high fiving them and talking about all the wonderful things you have in common.
Dear Tuffy Luv, 3 months ago, I ended a 3.5 year relationship. 3 weeks later, I jumped back on the horse, hoping just to get some rebound action. I met an incredible guy who embodied everything I ever wanted: he's the smartest guy I've ever met, he makes me laugh harder than anyone ever has, and our chemistry is off the charts. 2 weeks later we were "official." But things got out of hand quickly.
The summer after I graduated from high school I was excited to finally be free from compulsory family vacays to celebrate the 4th of July. So to celebrate both America’s and my own newfound independence, I went big, I went all out – I went to a house party.
Dear Tuffy Love, I’m a junior in high school and I’ve had this same boy problem for a long time. I’m hooking up with this kid right now and he’s a jerk. It’s probably a combination of him not having any interest in me besides hooking up and him being younger, but don’t worry, I understand. HE DOESN’T LIKE ME.