Dating the neighbor
Ah yes…I am committed to spending the end of my 20s making the mistakes that I refused to try out for so long. Not only does he live in my building, he lives on my floor. We don’t share a wall, but our doors are about 10 feet apart. I’m not even saying that it won’t end disastrously. Here are a few tips to keep this as safe and sane as possible IF you decide to take the same path. Take out your trash, do your laundry, and maybe you will run into a special man in the process.
With that in mind, we set out to find some real people who've gotten romantically entangled within their area code—or their own block—to learn the true pros and cons of getting "In college, I lived across the street from a group of male friends.It was hugely convenient to live across the street because if I ever needed something I could just go home rather than pack a giant bag, but if we needed alone time or got in a fight one of us could just walk home. Then as we continued seeing each other, I got a little attached and started peeking out the window and stuff, like a weirdo.Since then I've graduated and moved an hour away from him, but we're still dating. " – Erica S., Fairfax, VA"I hooked up with a guy across the street a few years ago. Then I saw one of my other female neighbors (and good friend) over there!He kept emailing and asking when we could go out, and I said we'd make it happen ... After that I started crossing my fingers that we wouldn't pass each other in the hallway, and tried to time my trips to the mailbox or laundry room when I knew he wasn't home.We have run into each other a few times since then, and it's awkward.