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Not only are you expected to learn and soak up a mound of new information for your degree, make new friends as well as try out new crazy things, there’s also a good chance that you’ll be distracted at times…Whilst I do not claim to have any expertise on the dating etiquette in all corners of the world, from speaking with my fellow peers (who will remain anonymous to spare any red faces ), I’ve identified some universal truths when it comes to university dating which could potentially keep any heartache or humiliation to a minimum.(See also: Five scary things they don't tell you about university.)You had an AMAZING night, it was pure magic, you’re totally on the same page as each other on absolutely everything. Even if this is so, try to refrain from changing your Facebook status to “in a relationship” straight after your romantic encounter. ) agree with your point of view first, otherwise you might be left cyber rejected (ouch!
)Sounds harsh, but until there is unambiguous mutual declaration or agreement of official relationship status between both parties, you are not in an actual relationship.
If you’re going to be “hanging out”, ladies, don’t be surprised if you’re subtly asked if you could split the bill. In five years’ time, you probably won’t remember the person’s name, so don’t let them take up your precious head space!
"No one is going to respond to someone who says they are a couch potato and likes to stay home."I was lucky. (I have friends who have been on dating sites for years.) I corresponded with 50 women and met 15 for drinks, which is recommended over meeting someone for dinner. Because if after 15 minutes you don't like the person you are stuck; and for men that means the bill as well.
Now that I am "single again," I wondered what was new in online dating in 2015.
Sorry babe, I’m sure you’re hot stuff and all, but don’t spend your time and effort stalking them in the canteen the next day.
Any variation of “I’ll see you around in the canteen/library/lecture hall” in university dating just means “That was fun, but I have no intention of seeing you again”, or the more popular “He/she’s just not that into you“. Most students will be on a bit of a tight budget with 70% of that budget allocated to beer.
So take it easy, don’t pour your heart and soul into this pseudo relationship yet.As far as the other person is concerned, you’re both still entitled to play the field a little.