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Old 10th November 2017, 6:59 PM   #1
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Dating While Living With Parents

Do you think dating someone while living with your parents can work?

I'm 22 years old and although iv'e never dated before, I want to start dating and find someone because i'm lonely and horny as **** dats why

The problem is that I live with my parents because I just got back from going to college up north and i'm not making enough money to support myself yet.

Also my dad works from home so it would probably be awkward af to bring a girl to my place in the middle of the afternoon. No lazy Sunday netflix and chill sessions :'(
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Old 10th November 2017, 7:09 PM   #2
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You could probably date someone still in college, or someone just out of college who is also still living with her parents.
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Old 10th November 2017, 7:10 PM   #3
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sure, just find a chick with her own crib.
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Old 10th November 2017, 7:12 PM   #4
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oh, wait a minute, not a lot of chicks in you age range would have their own crib...

find a girl who also lives at home with her parents. it'll be hard to find a place for sex but that is what no-tell motels and cars are for
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oh, wait a minute, not a lot of chicks in you age range would have their own crib...


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Most college girls do not live at home with their folks. They live in a dorm or other housing with roommates.

Worry about actually meeting a girl - then where you will go.
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Most college girls do not live at home with their folks. They live in a dorm or other housing with roommates.
how about a girl lower on the totem pole who is attending community college???
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how about a girl lower on the totem pole who is attending community college???
Well, then she might be living at home...

I did the JC thing before going to the Cal UC system. I lived with roommates, as did many of my friends.

I had a job, JC wasn't so demanding that I couldn't work and still go to school.

Bottom line.... Hard to date like a "young adult" while still living like a child.
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You're 22 working to get established, not 32 & unable to cut mommy's apron strings.

Yes, you can date. However you will have to be more patient about sexual activities unless she has her own place. It will take some time until you can establish let's go away for the night / weekend. That will also get expensive fast.

Assuming you are working, have you made a budget so you can have a plan to move out? What do you need for rent with a roommate, for car payments, utilities, insurance, cell phone, food, fun money etc? Lay out the numbers & get crackin' achieving your goals.
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I'm just friggin tired of being single, iv'e had enough! I really have... Believe me, I wish I could take away these desires but I can't. I'm just a young, lonely and horny college dude.

There's several girls in my class that could potentially be a dating option. In my history class, there's 4 girls I find attractive. 2 of them are confirmed to be single. I spent all my time and effort pursuing a girl who happened to have a boyfriend, that was just an error on my part. I asked her out but she said she had a boyfriend.

I asked another girl in the same class to study together this Tuesday and she said yes. She's cute but in an average looking way. She's only 18/19 but she could potentially become more hot as she gets older, there's a good chance she's just a late bloomer not even joking. She's blonde, petite, and has some curves to her.

Then there's this other girl in my history class that I don't know too well yet. I see her sitting in the commons after class, and my plan is to talk to her next week. She's also petite, has red hair, and she has pretty blue eyes.

In my psychology class, I was meaning to ask this girl in my class to study this week but I chickened out. I beat myself up over it because i'm only going to see her 3 or 4 more times this semester. She's cute too, my physical ideal. Petite, cute face.
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I'm just friggin tired of being single, iv'e had enough! I really have... Believe me, I wish I could take away these desires but I can't. I'm just a young, lonely and horny college dude.

There's several girls in my class that could potentially be a dating option. In my history class, there's 4 girls I find attractive. 2 of them are confirmed to be single. I spent all my time and effort pursuing a girl who happened to have a boyfriend, that was just an error on my part. I asked her out but she said she had a boyfriend.

I asked another girl in the same class to study together this Tuesday and she said yes. She's cute but in an average looking way. She's only 18/19 but she could potentially become more hot as she gets older, there's a good chance she's just a late bloomer not even joking. She's blonde, petite, and has some curves to her.

Then there's this other girl in my history class that I don't know too well yet. I see her sitting in the commons after class, and my plan is to talk to her next week. She's also petite, has red hair, and she has pretty blue eyes.

In my psychology class, I was meaning to ask this girl in my class to study this week but I chickened out. I beat myself up over it because i'm only going to see her 3 or 4 more times this semester. She's cute too, my physical ideal. Petite, cute face.
So what are their personalities like? What do they like to do? Do you have common interests?
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You're 22 working to get established, not 32 & unable to cut mommy's apron strings.

Yes, you can date. However you will have to be more patient about sexual activities unless she has her own place. It will take some time until you can establish let's go away for the night / weekend. That will also get expensive fast.

Assuming you are working, have you made a budget so you can have a plan to move out? What do you need for rent with a roommate, for car payments, utilities, insurance, cell phone, food, fun money etc? Lay out the numbers & get crackin' achieving your goals.
I agree!

Also what happened to the video I posted on the other thread. You have to understand that you aren't in the right mindset to set a stable girl right now.
You need to get your life in order before you can share that space with someone or else you asking for a really short term deal. And trust me, loving and losing is much worse than not having loved at all.

Also finding a gf isn't only about sex. If ur that horny, there are other options. Just putting it out there...
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So what are their personalities like? What do they like to do? Do you have common interests?
I don't really know any of them well enough to know their personalities but my plan is to talk to them all and make a push to try and get their number or snapchat and then meet up outside of the classroom. That's the ultimate goal, and see what happens from there.

Iv'e looked up all of these girls on Facebook just to make sure they're single so i'm not wasting my time.

This one girl who I originally pursued, I didn't know she had a boyfriend because when I was looking her up on Facebook, I actually looked at the profile of someone else.

I asked her out in the middle of October and that's when she said had a boyfriend. Not a big deal for me, we still talk as merely friends and in the context of studying for tests. I need a female friend anyways, it's good practice.
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I agree!

Also what happened to the video I posted on the other thread. You have to understand that you aren't in the right mindset to set a stable girl right now.
You need to get your life in order before you can share that space with someone or else you asking for a really short term deal. And trust me, loving and losing is much worse than not having loved at all.

Also finding a gf isn't only about sex. If ur that horny, there are other options. Just putting it out there...

I watched the video and I liked it. I thought it was funny but also educational. You are right, I need to get my life in order. I don't want to be in the same situation I am in now a year or two from now. I feel like iv'e gone down in production ever since iv'e gotten back from college.

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I'm just friggin tired of being single, iv'e had enough! I really have... Believe me, I wish I could take away these desires but I can't. I'm just a young, lonely and horny college dude.

There's several girls in my class that could potentially be a dating option. In my history class, there's 4 girls I find attractive. 2 of them are confirmed to be single. I spent all my time and effort pursuing a girl who happened to have a boyfriend, that was just an error on my part. I asked her out but she said she had a boyfriend.

I asked another girl in the same class to study together this Tuesday and she said yes. She's cute but in an average looking way. She's only 18/19 but she could potentially become more hot as she gets older, there's a good chance she's just a late bloomer not even joking. She's blonde, petite, and has some curves to her.

Then there's this other girl in my history class that I don't know too well yet. I see her sitting in the commons after class, and my plan is to talk to her next week. She's also petite, has red hair, and she has pretty blue eyes.

In my psychology class, I was meaning to ask this girl in my class to study this week but I chickened out. I beat myself up over it because i'm only going to see her 3 or 4 more times this semester. She's cute too, my physical ideal. Petite, cute face.
which of these girls is making eye contact repeatedly and smiling at you? that's the one you go for
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