Start Dating and when to call

Dating and when to call

I’m not going to go into this one, because there’s a whole culture that I personally don’t know enough about to be able to speak to this matter. You drink together, dance together, go to dinner together. The relationship ended and he is now your ex, but it actually ended so badly that you don’t even want to acknowledge the fact that you dated him that seriously in the first place.

You genuinely love each other and say so on the reg. It was, however, bad enough that you don’t want to cloud your ex-BF history with this stupid, now meaningless, relationship and so you relegate this ex to non-BFdom so the people of the world understand that you just DGAF (don’t give a f*ck) about it.

to describe this one: “I don’t even want a boyfriend.

This will prove to be very inconvenient and annoying when he lives his life normally, and you have to curb yours by not going on dates with other people — even though he’s not giving you the attention you should probably be getting from the people you would be going on dates with (who you can’t go on dates with because you agreed not to see other people). If either of you break the no feelings rule, you can’t go back.