Ahh, autumn. For many, it’s the best season. (Sorry, summer.)
The hint of chill in the air brings with it the wonderful concept of layering; the green foliage turns rubicund, as hues of auburn, maroon and gold abound; we swap our cold drinks out for steaming hot ciders and, for some of us, pumpkin spice lattes. (No judgment.)
But autumn is also cuffing season, the point at which singles look around and figure out which of their single peers, hookups, flirtations, dalliances, booty calls, drunk dials and so forth they’d be willing to get a little more serious with.
Not necessarily long-term-relationship serious, but serious enough to spend the winter cuddling and hanging out with rather than continuing summer’s desperate online dating parade of swiping, dating, dumping and heading back into the messy fray.
Now, regardless of how excited to cuff and/or be cuffed in return you are, I want to know how you approach cuffing season.