Even with my somewhat limited experience with college life, there's one thing that I have been able to gather: casual dating is dead.It's not just an outdated practice - it's absolutely dead.I know that one article can't alter the ever growing movement of the presence of technology in our world, but it doesn't hurt to try.Here's my advice to you, if you have any interest in a genuine relationship in the 21st century: Instead of spending hours at a time constantly talking to the person you have a "thing" with about whatever you just ate for lunch, go out on a date and catch up in person.We don't have to put actual effort into being cool, fun or personable.We can just put a few emojis here and there to convey our emotions for us.
There's drunken hookups that lead to avoiding eye contact in the days that follow...
Texting has not only made it incredibly easy to fake a personality, it's also opened up the doors to lying.
How am I supposed to know if your favorite movie really is "Dead Poet's Society," or if the 1975's new album hits you in the feels too?
As dead as Sirius Black in "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phenoix" (wow, it's been 13 years and it's still too soon).
I haven't heard of a single person dressing up and casually going out to dinner with another dressed up person.