Soooooo I'm a junior in college and I've been dating this guy for almost two years now. We have a lot of fun together, great sex, dinners, parties, vacations, all that, but I am sorta starting to think that I want to enjoy the last few semesters I have in college as a wild single girl. Sometimes I find my mind wondering about going out and hooking up with other guys, and when I do go out with only my friends, I find myself flirting with someone to a point where I have to fuck him or run away. I do always run away, so I am loyal, but there are those times where I question what I'm doing. Am I wasting my young, wild years of college on wine nights and sushi dates instead of one night stands and rando make outs? HEELLLPPPP.
Ps I also miss having a great stories to swap with my friends. No one wants to hear about my sex life,
Let me share about my orgasms
Dear Creepiest Signature Ever,
Here's the thing about being single vs. being in a relationship: there are pros and cons to each (earth-shattering, I know). Sure, being single and having random one-night stands with whoever tf you want, and having ridiculous stories of said one-night stands, is fun AF; but on the other hand, having someone who actually gives a shit about you and recognizes you offer more than a series of places in which to put their dick can be pretty great, too. It really just depends on which you value more right now. Given that the only thing stopping you from fucking other dudes is your ability to run away, I think you should consider taking a break from your bf to explore what else is out there. Could it blow up in your face once you realize the harsh reality that lots of dudes out there are fuckboys, and it gets old pretty quickly? Sure. Could you build resentment towards your bf feeling like he's "keeping you" from living your youth to the fullest? Also sure. Is college the only time in your life you have the chance to fuck random dudes with relative impunity? Fuck no.
Bottom line, don't throw away a happy relationship with someone you think is The One just for the story value. That's dumb af. But tbh it sounds like you're not completely happy to begin with, and there's no point in staying in a relationship you're not totally happy in. But if you do break up and later you realize the grass was not greener on the other side, I don't want to hear that I fucked up your life.
Best of Luck,
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