Although he is very civil to you, it becomes clear that his interest is in your friend. Of course youâ€™re stoked for her, because frankly heâ€™s not your type anyway. But still, in that realization, a subtle pain is inflicted on the evening. Itâ€™s not rejection, because youâ€™re not being rejected; itâ€™s something elseâ€¦ More
Topic: One-Night Stand
Yesterday, we told you which thoughts you should probably keep to yourself after a one-night stand.
But given that, there are also few things you actually should consider saying. There is, after all, a classy way to get out of a one-night stand, and then there’s a way that will leave you regaling your friends with the horror of your own idiocy over brunch, joining their hysterics, then going home and breaking down into tears as you convince yourself that you’re completely unlovable because you will never be able to control what comes out of your mouth. More
Sometimes, we find ourselves waking up after a one-night stand and feeling a little tongue-tied. Should we ask the person in our bed to stay? Should we grab our clothes and run, run like the wind? Or should we exchange pleasantries all morning until one of us has the balls to make a decision? More
Over at College Candy, dating coach Kira Sabin posted an article last week about how to learn from your walks of shame. Sabin encourages students to keep their expectations low, and to know what they want out of a one-night … More