Adams State College’s Dirty Little Secret Column With the Dr. Love’s

Dr. Chocolate Thunder and Professor Vanilla Lightning are not real doctors or mental health professionals. Their advice should not be taken seriously.

Dear DLC, What does it mean when a girl sleeps with you, but then doesn’t talk to you the next day?

CT:  Sorry to break it to you, but it probably means she isn’t interested in you.  She obviously isn’t looking to start a relationship with you, or have anything to do with you again. So suck it up and move on, at least you got something out of it.
VL:  The answer to your question all depends on the girl.  Trust me, the morning after is much harder on her than on you.  I would suggest being the first to talk to her.  This might ease any anxiety she has about what happened, and open her up to talking to you.  If, on the other hand, she doesn’t respond to your advances, she is just not that into you.  She probably regrets what happened and I’m sure embarrassment plays a factor as well, so you probably should step up your game for the next girl that comes along.

Dear DLC, My boyfriend wants to try some role playing, the only problem being that it is as Snooki from Jersey Shore, but I’m not sure if I want to.  What do I do?

VL:  I wouldn’t worry.  Every guy has their fantasy, your man’s is just more specific than most.   If anything, I would take this as a compliment that your boyfriend is comfortable enough in your relationship to share his inner fantasies with you.  My advice is to slather on some fake-bake, poof up your hair, and let him have his moment.  You can use this to your advantage, agree ahead of time that if you do this, you get to pick the next role play characters.

CT: First off don’t do anything your uncomfortable with. If playing Snooki isn’t something you want to do suggest other ideas for costumes. My advice is go for it, poofing your hair and walking around in booty shorts might actually be fun, be sure to make him play along too and have him go for that Pauly .D. blowout, or act like a total juice head.

Dear DLC, I’m a freshman here at ASC, I have a girlfriend back at home but she is over 1500 miles away. I have recently been hanging out with a girl on campus we started out as friends but rapidly increased to more. I see her everday and we talk constantly, but the problem is I still have a girlfriend. We have been together for a long time, but I do have feelings for this new girl. So my question is what should I do?

CT: My advice is this, break up with your girlfriend, high school relationships don’t last, and neither do long distance ones.  Check the statistics, it’s proven! It’s not fair to you, or girlfriend to hold on to something, just because you have been together for a awhile. You should explore your feelings and your new freedom; college is all about growing as a person and discovering what you really want out of life. Most people find their life-long partner in college, so by holding onto to an old flame you could be missing out on meeting “the one.”

VL:  Wait a minute…so kids are still doing that?  You seriously kept your high school girlfriend while you went off to college, no joke?  And she took you seriously?  Obviously, no girl with any sort of mental capacity at all would stay with her boyfriend, while he goes off to college, and expect him to remain faithful, unless this girl is seriously delusional.  My collogue, Dr. CT, mentioned statistics, well let me give you just one: there are 3,000 undergrad students that go to Adams State, assuming that half of those are girls, that’s a lot of lovely young ladies you’re missing out on.  My advice, ditch the girl back home.  You only go to college once, so its time to open yourself up to new experiences.

Dear DLC,  I’m gay.  I have recently come to accept it but I have not let any of my friends or family know. I have had a few slip-ups and accidently say things that hint at it, but I always quickly say something else to cover it up. I’m afraid all my new college friends will be judgmental and not want to associate with me anymore. Should I keep this a secret or come out of the closet?

VL:  So, it might not seem like it now, but you picked the absolute perfect time to come out of the closet.  That’s what college is for, discovering yourself and all that nonsense.   I understand that it might be an intense personal struggle for you, but to your fellow students, it won’t really matter.  Most will probably just shrug and say, “I could have called that.”  Granted, you will have the occasional person, still stuck in the past that won’t be so accepting, so try not to get heartbroken when that person stops coming around.  Other than that, just do it.  There’s really no sense in wasting energy pretending to be someone you’re simply not.

CT: Its college dude, everyone here is pretty open minded and exposing themselves to new experiences. Your friends liked you before and they will still like you and if they can’t accept you they clearly aren’t meant to be your friends anyways. Come out of the closet you feel more comfortable with yourself and have a better time at college. is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet