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I am not trying to be bitter about American boys in any way, but I do think that the culture is different here.
Yes, we are young and alive and high on our own vitality, and so yes, certain things are desired and even expected on both sides; however, in general, the culture of Tinder, dating, and relationships here has pleasantly surprised me.
Some of us are learning that things like Tinder aren’t necessarily a terrible invention and that meeting Spanish boys can be fun and that, most importantly, whatever happens, love and relationships come in many forms and at many points in our lives.
Some of us realizing that right now we are in only our 20s, we are only in Spain for this semester, and we are discovering more about ourselves than we ever thought possible back when we were lying on the couch at Skidmore.
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True, I was very new to Tinder before coming to Spain—I had barely been single 2 months—but I still felt real differences.
Forgetting Sarah Marshall playing in the background and tissues dotting the floor.
By living in this moment, I am learning that exploration can be fun, and that there is no better place to embrace being alone again than here in Spain.
ZOË SULLIVAN-BLUM- So, fair warning, this post is going to be one of my more forward ones, as well as one of the most cliché.
Too often, people dance around the topic of love when they blog about study abroad. But, let’s face it, we are 20-somethings in a new country; love—and all of its complicated affiliates—is bound to come up.