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I love watching the girls I've bonded with get engaged, graduate from high school or college and spend those few holiday breaks with their cadets.
A great day goes like this: You see a fancy parade, meet up with a bunch of your "Internet" friends, watch some crazy people jump out of a plane and land in a field right next to you, go to a fancy dinner, steal the wine glasses and then dance the night away.
I'm the sort of person who likes to hear the bad news first, so let's start this off with the cons list: First off, dating a guy who goes to a military academy means you're stuck in a long-distance relationship.
You're lucky if you see him more then four or five times a year. Don't even get me started about the sexual frustration that comes along with this relationship. When I went to West Point a few weeks ago for a formal event, the only physical contact I could have with my cadet was having our arms linked.
In many institutional contexts (such as militaries, diplomatic corps, parliaments, prisons, law enforcement or police, schools, sports teams, gangs and corporations) fraternization transgresses legal, moral, or professional norms forbidding certain categories of social contact across socially or legally defined classes.
The term often tends to connote impropriety, unprofessionalism or a lack of ethics.
Oh, and he's in the army."People probably don't give a sh*t about my boyfriend's job, but I will tell anyone and everyone how proud I am of my cadet.
Why do uniforms always make men look 1,000 times hotter?