Abilene Christian College - Prickly Pear Yearbook (Abilene, TX)

 - Class of 1983

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R. Goodman mm' .1-or is . K if ' nr, K iv lbs-.af f op left: A Sadie Iuau for Kendra Gilbert, Brent Davis, Jay Hamm and Darla Stocking. Top right: Jeff Boyd and his friend snowball dating. Bottom left: reshmen tangle toothpicks at the Valentine Social. Bottom right: Going out with the girls could've been as much or more fun than a date. ext move gonna be? Are you going to try to eep dating her?" And on and on that went. Maybe that was the problem. No one wanted J be labeled as being an extension of someone lse's hand. Many guys thought that a lot of irls were only on the Hill to find a husband: 'hat attitude caused many guys to not date. irue, some girls were simply looking for a hus- land - nothing wrong with that. But just as iany guys at ACU were looking for a hand to ut that diamond on and wouldn't admit it. The male ego simply wouldn't allow that. Does all this sound like dating was bad at .CU? Actually, complicated was a better escrip-tion. Some students found their way trough the mazes of dating and had a great me. They made some new friends and learned lot about others' perspectives and their own. lthers never got into the game of dating.The utlook was different for everybody, and dating robably wasn't as much d spectators sport as some students made it sound. But whatever the perspective, the word dating caused almost everyone to join into the discussion with an opi- nion. - Clmrler L. Pullen The Dating Dictionary Dating was a way to meet new people and have fun, and it eventually got some students married. It was complicated at times to tell where you were in the dating cycle, so below is a list of the different stages you may have gone through while dating. Playing the field: First you looked at all the choices available, but didn't stand still long enough to get caught by one of the choices. Interested: Now you began to focus on one or more choices and made a point to be recognized by them. But, being interested did not mean it was a twoaway street. Going out: This was the time when you were on a friendlier level with a person, and that person was higher on your list of possibilities. Seeing: You'd had at least four dates with one person, but by no means were you only going out with that one. Liking: At a point when you considered dating one per- son, but were not willing to give up your freedom yet. Daring: Used to show more possession. You'd given up some freedom by not accepting a date from any other people. Infatuated: Many relationships were ended here because one person was more serious than the other and it was often mistaken for love. Serious: Also called thick or heavy, Discussions became much deeper because you began to consider making perma- nent plans. You should've thought hard, because your heart was a tender thing to let someone step on. Promised: Engaged to be engaged sounded more col- legiate. Many of you didn't know this stage occurred. Usually it was in the back of your mind - few people in college wear promise rings. Engaging in engagement: You knew the question was coming, but you didn't know when, especially if you weren't asking. Love: The moment it hit you was hard to pinpoint. When it did come the world became a field of roses. Engaged: The question came floating out as if on the tongues of angels. Marriage: You did it! The moment that you'd hoped for was history. Suddenly, all the above seemed to be little more than a candy store. - Cbarlei L. Pullen Y'all f 137

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