Unspoken rules of dating
Or perhaps, you want the person to know he or she only looks good in the dark.
Sarcasm and bitterness aside, I believe people follow this rule because they are too nervous to call someone up for some afternoon delight.
But, I feel this is only an issue when you are in your early 20s.
As long as you are comfortable with yourself, and you are not breaking any laws, there should be no wrongdoing.
It seems only natural to assume the attractive person you’re sleeping with has someone besides you to fulfill his or her needs.
Our generation has also programmed us to be a little self-conscious, which also explains why we feel we’re not the only ones.
You could watch four seasons of “Grey’s Anatomy” in three days. If you’re on the other end of this situation, and your date texts you within the next hour, evening or day, and you do not feel the same happiness and urgency, then be honest.
BS Factor: 6If you slept with someone once, chances are the person’s probably sleeping with multiple other people just once, too.
And if your hookup becomes a recurring thing, it’s never safe to assume you’re the only one.
It’s hard to be on that level with someone you’re just sleeping with.
People may also unknowingly abide by this rule if they only feel the desire to sleep with someone after they’ve been drinking or partying, which is a sad, but true, reality.