Three Dating Advice For College Geeks

You are a real college geek who wants to enjoy every moment of cool college life? Don’t you have a partner and would like to date one day with someone you like? All right we are here to help you with your desires and dreams.

For those who never had a girlfriend/boyfriend, it would be very difficult to start speaking with someone right on the street or in a public place. For them, we can recommend Internet communication and different dating websites like hookup geek for example. If you have already found your “victim”, follow the instruction: 

1.               Don’t “friend” her/him all at once. If you obsessively add someone on every social network the morning after, it’ll only make it harder to disentangle later. Think reciprocity: if she/he posts to Flickr every day and you only have one set of drunk self-portraits, that’s not really an equal exchange. If this person is the kind of girl/boy who’s all over Pownce, Twitter, and whatever else just launched this week, limit yourself to one network that makes sense and then let her/him decide if she/he wants to add you to another.

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2.               Search, don’t stalk. Be cautious Googling before the second date. You’ll only seem creepy if you start to quote her/his blog posts — even if you don’t think old Geocities site is that embarrassing. The point isn’t to build an encyclopedic knowledge of her/his whole life. Search just enough so that when she/he does talk about her career, you’ll have context and won’t have to pretend you’re more interested than you already aren’t yet.

3.               Brag discreetly. Wanting to tell someone about what great sex you got in the bathroom is natural. Just save the story for a few friends you trust, the ones who juggle dating and public life well, or do so with a minimum of bloggable dramatics. With luck they’re skilled at being discreet; at worst, they have lovers on the line, too.

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Author: James McQuiston

Ph.D. in Political Science, Kent State University. I have been the editor at NeuFutur / neufutur.com since I was 15. Looking for new staff members all the time; email me if you are interested. Thanks!

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