Personally, I’ve never been educated about the rules of relationships.
The fact is that no matter how in denial you are, these so-called rules exist.
And members of our generation actually follow and endorse them, although they’ll never admit it.
If you didn’t have a great time, give the person a second chance.
Most first dates go badly because of nervousness and anxiety. If you’re still not into that person after giving him or her a second chance, be honest and move on.
It seems only natural to assume the attractive person you’re sleeping with has someone besides you to fulfill his or her needs.
Our generation has also programmed us to be a little self-conscious, which also explains why we feel we’re not the only ones.
If you had a good time meeting someone, you should let the person know whenever you feel it. You could literally drive non-stop across Canada in three days.
You could watch four seasons of “Grey’s Anatomy” in three days. If you’re on the other end of this situation, and your date texts you within the next hour, evening or day, and you do not feel the same happiness and urgency, then be honest.
We are the generation of laissez-faire souls who thrive off meaningless sex with good-looking people.