​20 Thoughts Every Girl Has When She Brings A Guy To Her Dorm Room For The First Time
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Nothing terrifies me more than bringing a guy over to my dorm room. I live in my own room in a suite of ten single rooms, but the walls are paper thin, and noise travels fast, so soon the eight other girls in my suite will hear a masculine voice and know someone has infiltrated the forces.

It's always exciting meeting someone new, but it can be super nerve-wracking too because they could be nothing like who they are online or outside of the classroom. I feel like guys are so low maintenance, but I still like to make sure every little thing is presentable for him when he comes over. Of course, it doesn't always work out that way. This thing called life makes us super busy when we really need a free twenty minutes to clean up a little...or a lot.

1. Is my room a mess... I haven't been back all day

2. Let me just shove everything out of sight and pretend I'm this clean all the time



3. If he can't appreciate my stuffed animals he isn't the kind of man I need in my life

4. Do I smell?

5. Should I keep this outfit on or switch into something comfier? I think I'll go with athleisure because comfort is key

6. Was that a knock? He's here!

7. OK, OK... he's so much cuter IRL



8. This convo is going really well, I'm actually shocked this guy knows how to hold a real conversation

9. WHERE DID THAT CLUMP OF HAIR COME FROM

10. I'm just going to put my bag on top of it and hope he doesn't realize what I'm doing

11. Let's plug in the old reliable string lights to really set the mood

12. Wow, I'm really sitting here with this super cute boy, touching knees! He has the cutest smile...

13. Did I tell my suitemates that there's a boy over?

14. Do I have condoms? (You know, just in case)




15. I should probably offer him something to drink or eat

16. This movie is beyond boring I kinda regret picking it

17. He's about to kiss me... here we go!!

18. What a great kisser, maybe a little too much tongue, but other than that no complaints on this end



19. No Netflix, we aren't still watching, but thanks for asking

20. He complimented me on my Johnny Cash Poster and asked to see me again. Looks like I can revert to my less than clean ways again until he comes back!

Hopefully hanging out again actually happens, but it's so hard to gauge what a guy will do these days. All we can do is play the perfect host in our small cube of space called a dorm!

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Literally, so hot RN

I Asked 11 Strong Independent College Girls Why They Plan On Staying Single Alllllll 2019

We don't all need a man to be happy.

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Listen. Not every college girl wants a ring by spring or really even cares about finding a man. With the popularity of going to college just to walk out with a Mrs. Degree, all the confident and single ladies tend to get overlooked.

Well, ladies, in case you haven't caught on to 2019's biggest dating trend, I'll share it with you—it's loving yourself and staying single. Here what these 11 strong, independent, college girls say about their plans to stay single alllll 2019.

1. Boys are dumb. Simple as that.

"The male species literally is incapable of using their brain at 20-years-old, I'm going to wait until 30s so maybe they will know how to use their common sense. Sorry boys." - Shelby, 20

2. I want to grow on my own.

"I want to focus on learning more about myself and challenging myself. Also, relationships are complicated so I'd rather spend that time worrying about or focusing on school." - Molly, 18

3. Self-love is the best love.

"I need to learn to love myself more than I have been the past two years. I just got out of a two-year relationship (which I am still severely heartbroken over) but I am actually excited to be living life for me." - Caitlin, 20

4. The time spent on focusing on gaining someone else's love will now be spent on finding love within myself.

"It's not that I plan on staying single, I'm just not going to actively put myself out there and fine tune myself. I have spent the past couple of years doing everything I could to find a guy, dating apps, blind dates, letting my friends run my dating apps, socializing a little extra and it just makes me so tired. I want to focus more on myself and what I like to do. Take myself out for a nice dinner and spend time with me. Not watching Netflix but actually getting to know who I am and love myself again, because how you can expect somebody to love you and know you if you don't even know or love yourself?" - Leah, 23

5. Time for some power moves, sister.

"I'm achieving my career dreams without any man holding me back or making me second guess myself or my decisions!" - Jenny, 21

6. Someone print this on a damn t-shirt or something.

"I'm trying to get A's, not Baes." - Holly, 20

7. Well, to put it simply...

"Men are trash." - Bobette, 22

8. Your potential should not be defined by a relationship.

"I've found there's more to life then having a boyfriend. Right now, I'm transitioning from being a college student to my career and I think the last thing I need is to worry about starting a relationship. I'm going to focus on loving myself this year." - Sarah, 21

9. So much time has already been wasted...

"I plan on staying single because boys have been too much of a waste of my time already." - Erin, 21

10. What's the move in 2019? Self love. That's the move in 2019.

"For myself, honestly. I just want to focus on me." - Lex, 19

11. I'm the best me when I'm single.

"I just function better when I'm by myself. There's no extra stress and no need to please or impress anyone." - Jordyn, 20

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To The Girl Who Still Believes In Dating In 2019, But Feels Hopeless, Never Stop Trying

I know hookup culture is around us, but dating has not been erased.

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It is 2019 and it's no secret to anyone that hookup culture is not only normalized but a major preference. So many around us would rather spend their time jumping from person to person or having a designated "friends with benefits" than a real relationship. Sex has become the importance for connection and while that's great for some, there are still many that don't want that for themselves.

Sex is great and all, but the power of a real relationship, with love and romance and a deep connection with another person is incomparable. Not to mention, when you have that, sex is a million times better. But that's beside the point.

I've "dated" guys in the past, that always claim they want a relationship then it later turning out they weren't ready or weren't "into that kind of thing."

I know so many girls that feel discouraged. The ones that so badly crave that deep relationship. That want more than just someone calling them on Friday night asking to "Netflix and Chill."

To those girls, the ones that still believe in dating and falling in love, you can't stop trying.

While the hookup culture has become the norm, dating has not disappeared. There are still plenty of people out there who feel the same as you. That know that the joy of finding that person to spend your life with is so much more than just hooking up. That knows the fun of dating. Getting to know the ins and outs of someone's personality. Learning everything about them! From the way they eat their steak to the strange routine they have before they shower.

The reason behind the hookup culture is the fact that for so many years, sex was a "bad thing." It wasn't meant to be talked about and you shouldn't be having it with multiple people. Now that it's become more normalized, everyone wants to, not take advantage of it, but explore themselves sexually.

Just because everyone else does it, does not mean you have to.

I was told by so many friends to have a "hoe phase" and those aren't my words—it was theirs. And while I never judged them for the decisions they made, I just was never comfortable doing something like that. I'm a very shy and inclusive person. I'm like that with my friends as well as who I date. And even though the pressure would get to me on some days, I knew what I wanted.

And I knew that other people did too.

If I gave up on dating, any of the times I considered it, I never would have found the guy I'm with now.

I never would have realized that the struggle and heartaches of searching would've led me to him. He's proven to me that dating hasn't died.

Love hasn't died.

To the girl that still believes in dating, never stop trying. That one is out there, you just have to find him.

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