How to Avoid Getting Too Comfortable in a Relationship
It’s great when you get passed the point of having to impress your new boyfriend or girlfriend by always being on your best behavior. But be careful not to get too comfortable by avoiding these pitfalls:
1. Don’t just assume you have plans. Maybe you spend most Friday nights going to the movies, but don’t fall into a rut where you just assume that this is the case. Make a point to ask them if they want to hang out rather than just taking it for granted that you have a standing date.
2. Don’t slob out. Yes, you can relax and wear sweats – not every night calls for your best outfit. But don’t relax to the point of not showering, having bad breath or wearing your rattiest clothes around each other.
3. Control bodily functions. It’s never ok to let one rip around your boyfriend or girlfriend. If it happens, excuse yourself, and don’t make it a regular occurrence.
4. Resist TMI. That taco you had for lunch might be wreaking havoc on your digestive system, or your doctor might have told you that your foot rash is the worst they’ve ever seen, but resist the temptation to share every detail. They don’t need to know EVERYTHING about you.
So I went on Omegle today out of boredom and I meet up with three police officers from Iraq. We all became best friends and had a competition of “who can balance an object on their head the longest.” I chose a shoe and they chose a gun. I ended up winning with the shoe. I think this screenshot really captures the spirit.
that’s legitimately one of the cutest things i’ve ever seen happen on the internet
sometimes i really like humans