As summer heats up, so can your love life.
If convenience brought you together, distance will probably tear you apart.
What happens when your feelings extend past the fling? Or when your summer nights happened to be special in addition to steamy?
There are a few weeks of summer left, so let's get you an Autumn Boyfriend before you find yourself carving pumpkins and picking apples #forever alone.
While everyone from @SummerBreak knows the appeal of a summer fling lies in the fact that it is nonchalant, commitment free and totally insignificant in the grand scheme of things, there are still some ground rules that apply.
They say idle hands are the devil's playthings.
Winter is one of the best times to have a boyfriend. It's cold, no one wants to go out, and you really just want someone to curl up next to watch television with.
There's something about the steamy weather and the short break-from-reality feeling that summer brings that makes us all want to find someone to cozy up to for a few months. Or maybe it's the barrage of summer romance movies that we have been exposed to that make us think we have to find a short summer fling.
Dear Tuffy Luv, I am currently a single freshman girl in college. Coming to college, there was a ton of stuff to be excited about. But like most single freshman girls I had one things on my mind: COLLEGE BOYS. I came here with the mentality that I was going to meet a bunch of boys, have some fun, and just play the field...
While this summer has been a sex-free one for me (yes, still! I’m proud of myself too), I have enough sexy summertime memories to be aware that summer might be the greatest season for havin’ sex (although, I don’t think there’s a bad season, really).
If I were to understand what guys need advice on via Maxim magazine, there would be three things; grilling, telling jokes, and this month, 'what to do if you're approached by a hot woman or a bear." Golf-clap to you Maxim - job well done.
Memorial Day has come and gone, I've already sweat through three of my favorite t-shirts and my hair is at 89% frizz. Yes, it's officially summer, ladies!
Finals are over for me (deepest apologies to those of you are still living the hell that is finals week), and the relief is soooo wonderful! Now there's just the stress of getting moved into my new apartment for the summer, but I have managed to do that mostly successfully so far. (There was one incident involving me, the cart full of boxes I was pushing, and a dumb little Toyota that got in the way, but nothing too important was damaged)
Are you thinking of starting a long distance relationship as you and your warm-weather fling get ready for separate schools next fall? Answer the following Q’s to see if you have what it takes!
Dear Tuffy Tuv, So there's this guyyyyy (isn't that how all of these emails start out?). I reconnected with someone from high school in the beginning of the summer. We hung out (and hooked up) a few times before he had to go back to school for the summer.