The new rules of dating how i met your mother
The Cheerleader Effect also known as Sorority Sister Syndrome, the Bridesmaids Paradox and for a brief time in the mid 1990s The Spice Girls Conspiracy: This concept states that as a collective, a group of women have the power of appearing to be attractive, but in actuality when they are looked over individually they are each as hideous as a blob fish or a proboscis monkey.Contrary to the various gender-appropriated titles, this theory is also applicable to groups of men.
People tend to be more hesitant to say no during the honeymoon phase in order to appear more exciting and interesting than they actually were pre-relationship.
Upon dating someone new, some people fall head over heels, become totally besotted and start planning the rest of their lives together within a few weeks.
This theory may also be applied in regards to becoming bff your actual next door neighbor – don’t do it.
The Dobler/Dahmer Theory: Grand romantic gestures are the epitome of true undying love, right? The gist of it is that you’re willing to go out of your comfort zone, and do things you normally wouldn’t do in order to appear more open and adventurous for the combined purpose of a) impressing your new significant other and b) to keep the relationship moving forward.
They’re a bit “one flew over the coo-coo’s nest,” so you ask yourself ‘is this relationship worth sticking around for?