It all started, as do most things that are great in this world, with Grease. Since Danny and Sandy, millions more have found summer love, from the chastest sleepaway-camp couples to the steamiest poolside affairs. In short, summer flings are springing up all around us.
Why are relationships so likely to form in the summer months? What happens when the temperature starts to drop?
And where can the single college girl — facing a long summer of camp-counselordom, a grueling unpaid internship, or, for sumner lucky ones, cam girls in Kenner beachy getaway — find a summer fling of her own? Her Campus has you covered better than a bottle of SPF What is it about summer that makes us want to fling? It seems that when we slip out of our sweatshirts and into our swimsuits each summer, we end up picking up a any yng ladies want a summer fling more than just a tan.
Romance flourishes in the summer, even away from the hookup-saturated parties we frequent during the school year. Even if, during the school year, you never would have wannt twice at that slightly any yng ladies want a summer fling guy in your chem lab, or that freckly counselor in the bunk next to yours, long hours spent together can totally change your perception of someone — and maybe even spark an unexpected relationship.
So where can I meet my fling? Your summer job may seem like a corporate wasteland, a fast-food inferno or a wabt of screaming campers, but look a little closer and you may find a fling in a co-worker. But be careful — many offices have policies against inter-office romances.
Ask your friend with the cute co-worker to introduce you to one of his friends, or strike up a conversation with the cute intern from two floors down as you ride the elevator. Ladiees got my room number and called me from his room to ask me out that same night.
That made it a lot more relaxing and a lot more fun!
There are plenty of potential flings out there for every girl — all you have to do to find one is get a little creative! Summer is a perfect time to expand your horizons; all bets are off, and the pressure of the school year is off your shoulders.
Anonymous college students Kathleen Bogle, author of Hooking Up. Amanda First is a senior English major at Cornell University. Some of her favorite things include high heels, browsing ShopBop, yoga, The O.
After college, she hopes to pursue a career in magazine journalism. Skip to main content. Amanda First.
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