On the cusp of adulthood, the majority of today's high school graduates leave home for college, where we build relationships - romantic or otherwise - with our peers from unfamiliar places.
As upperclassmen, an increasing number "take breaks" from college boyfriends or girlfriends to study abroad.
I was tryna to hook up with this one girl from school. why was the first tweet even made like are women actually expected to hook up with their catcallers ??
(Like others in this story, Jay asked that his and Ann’s names be changed.) He didn’t find anything incriminating, but neither could he imagine a good reason for Ann to be at that hotel.The app found the missing tablet right away, but it also located all the other devices on the family’s plan.What was Ann’s phone doing at a hotel five miles from their home? I've noticed a curious trend emerging among my peers: It seems that while many Millennials are eschewing relationships all together, opting instead for no-strings-attached hookups, a small but increasing number are finding ourselves in some sort of long-distance limbo. It's not that long-distance relationships have suddenly become more appealing (UPDATE: they still suck). Trust me, I'm in one and, if you're a Millennial, there's an increasing likelihood you are (or will be) too.