Take your crush from cyber to summer

Elwood, Karin
June 2013
Girls' Life;Jun/Jul2013, Vol. 19 Issue 6, p32
The article offers suggestions making cyber love to summer love. It is stated that when it is clear that is guy is game to hang out in person, it's time to come up with a chill date to keep the same kind of chemistry that sparked online. Suggestions are offered to photograph a Instagram shot from the outing and tag the guy and see his reaction.


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