The staff of Cosmopolitan revealed the advice they'd give to their 21-year-old selves:1."Don't waste your time trying to get someone to like you. I met a girl at a BBQ where 9/10 people were 21 and those who weren't were typically 18 (HS seniors) as one guy brought his sister and her friends.Long story short, met this cool chick, text her back and forth for a while, she met up with me at another BBQ one night, then kept texting and talking for a while after.He replied ' As if you're making a deal out of my age, that all goes out the window past about 16/17. I always get really emotional when splitting up in relationships, imagine if it progresses and then ends, I would be crying on to a 18 year old boy.
I'm leaning towards the category that if I like her and we get along, age is just a number and **** what everyone else thinks, but it's still bothering me a little, I don't know. All the high school drama, issues about your age with her friends/family/ school (i.e. For instance, at my last semester of college, i was chatting up this crazy italian hottie (one of those that arnt hung up on their looks, are more focused on being intellectual, etc).
Interviewers look for way more qualities than that, and you have lots of other ways to impress them.
Also, drink less beer because you will spend the rest of your 20s hating how bloated and gross you look in all your photos from the last few weeks of college." 5.
Older men tend to be better prospects for marriage-aged women.#Facts Of Life What is improper?
Old fashioned would be wondering why she isn't already married at 21. Is there something wrong with him or is just his age a problem? However, she is foreign, moved to the US for college and completed her undergrad a year ago and has been working since.