I’m not here to rag on how everyone’s immature and you’re all still “kids” anyway because if I’m being honest, no one really gets that much more mature after graduation, so sorry to disappoint there.What I’m talking about is all the weird age restrictions and the unfortunate circumstance of simply being in high school and also trying to date. Even your friends who look like they have picture perfect relationships are actually dealing with a whole unique subset of stress on top of everything else that goes on in high school. If you're new to a city or just looking for ideas on how to meet more people, check out our city dating guides for singles.Our dating guides will walk you through all the best places to find love, from singles bars to community activities!Since 95% of people who read Bro Bible don’t actually like to read, I’m gonna include a GIF of boobs after every other paragraph of my explanation in order to hold your attention. If your friend is heading down this path, standing idly by and enabling him to make this tragic mistake is no better than high-fiving him when he’s about to stick a needle filled with heroin into his arm.One of my best friends, Mike, had a relationship that the rest of us all envied. But at least his love affair with heroin won’t include a very public and expensive display of commitment in front of all his family and friends.
Even if you don’t have strict parents and technically date whoever you want, dating in high school is actually a lot more trouble than it’s worth.
.] To celebrate this glorious time of family, togetherness and good spirits, I thought I’d smack you in the dicks with some tough love.
Here it is: DO NOT MARRY YOUR HIGH SCHOOL SWEETHEART. Because marrying your high school sweetheart is absolutely insane!
His entire 20s in New York City, an exciting and insanely fun time, he spent hanging out with his girlfriend. Once you reach a certain level of comfort with a significant other, the relationship is just more enjoyable. You’ll meet a lot of terrible people and want to immediately run back to the comfort of the person who “really gets you.” Comfort will keep you in a relationship long past its expiration date, and sooner or later, you’re married, and then after a couple years you have some kids, and before you know it, the robots have risen and you’re dead.
And now, what does he have to show for his dedication? Thankfully, he seems to have a healthy attitude and is focusing on looking towards the future rather than dwelling on the past. You think to yourself, “I’ll never be able to reach this level of comfort with some other random lady! Just because it’s comfortable, doesn’t mean it’s what you should do. I want to stress that I’m not some scorned lover who hates relationships.