Dating stages in high school story
The majority of high school students want to fit in.
It’s human nature – at this adolescent stage of life, fitting in is as important as getting good grades or scoring high on the SAT. I don’t believe in the stereotypical groups presented in television shows: the jocks, the preps, the goths, loners, nerds, etc.
This quote explains what I’m trying to say: “Never idealize others. I consider myself a romantic person, and yet here I go writing this…
He was there for your high school graduation, college graduation, and when you got your first adult job.
Oh, and when your first paycheck came, you skipped out on the regular Red Robin celebratory dinner and ate at an overpriced restaurant together because you felt like adults.
He was there to celebrate every awesome milestone in your life, which made them even more awesome. You have the absolute best inside jokes and pretty much your own language that no one understands.
Like, when someone says they "need Starbucks," you two can't help but crack up because it means something hilarious and kind of inappropriate to you two.