By Sophia Chabbott As the lazy days of summer finally roll around, the last thing we want to think about are rules and restrictions.
Don’t get us wrong, they need to have their stuff together.
Elite Daily’s Rebecca Strong offered that we should embrace it as long as we don’t have to become a mommy figure, or if you’re fine with waiting for them to start a family.“Maybe it's time to embrace your inner cougar, don't disregard a guy just because you have a few years, and pop culture references — on him.
All things don’t need to align for there to be a connection. You want someone that will be with you during the bad times and the good.
So think outside the box and just because they work in a particular field or they’re not glamorous to write them off.
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Combining shades of blue with black—just like Luella & June does here—adds dimension to an otherwise understated outfit." data-reactid="37"Rule to Break #4: You Can’t Wear Leather in Summer.But after her messy divorce, she needed a short term distraction. She just needed the right man who would follow her rules and walk away when her desires were filled and his time was up.Professional Barber Nick Charles was much more complex than Camille ever cared to know. Suuuure, there are some rules we *have* to follow in life (and laws – you should probably abide by those) but what about the ones that seem more like “light suggestions? These are all super important subjects and I don’t agree with staying mum and totally P. That said, here are a few rules that are just *asking* to be broken: NO WHITE AFTER LABOR DAY. But if you’re respectful and able to engage in some civil discourse, I say why not? Can’t post more than one photo on Instagram in a 24-hour period? Dating: something that everyone does to find that one person who causes them to believe in true love. Should the guy be the one to ask the girl out on a date, or can it be the girl? There’s always the inner battle whether to be the first to contact the other or not.