Dartmouth dating scene
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It might seem cool to go after undergraduates, but you’d be better served not doing so. In my undergrad days, people joked (half-seriously though) that the minimum dating date is your age divided by half (rounded down) plus seven. Undergrad Dude/Chick may be 20 years old, undecided on a major with the only known being spending next semester in Italy with some girlfriends. And I hear you all about the "different stages of life" blah blah blah. Looking back at myself and a lot of my fellow classmates and peers, at least amongst the folks with no children, the only substantive difference between us and the undergrads was a bigger bank account, and a taste of the real world.
[quote="kidderek"]I'm sure the dating scene in bschool is more lively than any other graduate/professional schools. I guess the best way to approach this would be to break it into three categories and comment on each: 1.You always have the choice to experience our sites without personalized advertising based on your web browsing activity by visiting the DAA’s Consumer Choice page, the NAI's website, and/or the EU online choices page, from each of your browsers or devices.To avoid personalized advertising based on your mobile app activity, you can install the DAA’s App Choices app here.Rather than going into details on specific stories, Iâ€™ll just give some words of advice: a. In my undergrad days, people joked (half-seriously though) that the minimum dating date is your age divided by half (rounded down) plus seven. I think another reason he mentioned undergrads is the lack of commonality between the two. MBA Guy/Girl is surrounded by professional, driven people working hard to secure an internship/job. This whole "different stages of life" also presupposes a lot -- that you guys with a few years' experience are that much more mature and "adult" than the undergrads. You think you are, but you're not that grown up yet.This is graduate school, not college, so be prepared to get your â€œgrown and sexyâ€ d. but this rule was probably invented by some dirty old man, heh. You've been through a good deal in life, many friends are now married with children, etc. In school, there are usually a handful of guys who get a reputation for dating undergrads. It's mostly good natured ribbing, nothing too serious or indignant (at least when I was in school). Especially if you're still single or not yet married, believe me, you're not as grown up as you think.