You save a ton of money, save time on driving to see each other and share meals, household expenses and groceries — if that doesn’t add an element of convenience, you’re doing it wrong.
I had a hairstylist in the city once tell me that one of the perks of the guy she was seeing was the fact that he owned his own house.
Convenience relationships require a strong foundation of communication, trust and understanding.
If you’re not on the same page, there’s a huge probability that someone’s heart will break in the end.
If you’ve read this far, I bet you’re thinking two things: this chick is crazy, and why would you ever date someone just to use them for where they live, because of how much money they have or because they have easy access to drugs?