The Do’s and Don’ts To Cuffing Season

It is that time of the year again! That’s right, cuffing season has arrived. For those of you unfamiliar with the term “cuffing season,” it is the time of the year when the weather gets a little colder, and men and women alike, start look for someone to spend those cold evenings with. Cuffing season can be the start to a long-lasting relationship, or it can wind up being just an extended fling with a few extra benefits. No matter what it may turn out to be, there are some Do’s and Don’ts, that will ensure you a successful season snuggled up with your squeeze. -Leonisa Johnson

1. Don’t get too comfy too quickly.
Cuffing season has a sense of brevity to it. You may be invited to spend the night or even the weekend, but don’t try and takeover a dresser draw or space in the closet, unless that option is given. Doing too much, too soon, is a sure fire way to cut your cuffing season short.

2. Do find somebody that you get along with.
The key to cuffing season is to find someone you can tolerate. If the person is going to be a drag, the season will be over before it started. Find someone who is engaging and can hold your attention.