“Once is an occurrence, twice is a repeat, three times is a pattern,” he says.“When you reach three times with the same person, you’re a couple.” Sure, to those of us in college this might seem a little soon to be considering yourself a couple, but, after you’ve hooked up three times (without hooking up with anyone else between, of course), you’re probably more likely to call each other and make the hookups or hangouts even more common. Take threesomes, for example: fun in theory, but not so much when the wrong group makes things a ménage à disaster.That was my experience from dating a much older man.However, I'm assuming any feelings she had for me have dissipated since then.
After about a year or so, the both of us became fairly close and although she never explicitly said anything, I'm fairly positive the feelings were mutual.
Fast-forwarding to now (nearly two years later), I've been hanging out a bit with the girl I initially mentioned, and my feelings for her have revitalized.
With that being said, I'm hesitant in saying that I truly stopped liking her; rather, I was just interested in the second girl to a higher degree.
What began as a romantic adventure into unconventional love turned into a disaster I should have seen coming from waaaay over the hill. How old you actually are doesn't necessarily have a lot to do with your lifestyle.
Even though this guy and I were 25 years apart, we had a lot in common. I didn't know then that our age gap would define the relationship.