So I just got to college a few days ago (classes start tomorrow!) and I met this girl from New Mexico, and we were talking about our dating experiences in the past. I told her that in high school I dated about half of the guys on the academic decathlon team. She then proceeded to call me a homie hopper, which is apparently when you pick a group of friends and date a lot of them.
So there is no acadec in college which I thought made my homie hopping days over, but apparently not. I'm kind of still very interested in another acadec guy from home and I also met a guy here who is really cute who was also an acadec kid. Now I'm afraid to pursue either one because apparently it's weird to homie hop.
Is that weird or bad? What should I do?
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Ummmm, I think if you were having sex with all of them that would be weird, but if we're just talking dating, that's nothing to be concerned about.
In fact, it's good that you're having multiple dating experiences because that means when you enter a relationship you will have a better idea of what you like and what you don't like, and that means you'll like get involved with a better match for yourself.
Don't get too caught up in these social constraints that people talk about in college, because most people in college are too conservative now to truly understand what college is about.
Obviously don't use that as a pass to sleep around, but if you're just going out on dates with a varied group of guys, you're learning, and that is what college is about.1