The “if applicable” part might mean when there simply is no door to a room, like a living room or something. OR, when your GF’s suitemates are drunk and being obnoxious and there’s no worry of “touch-feely” actions happening, as was often the case last year in my GF’s dorm suite.
But here’s a GOOD question, that is, it applies to my circumstance specifically. Now, my GF, after suffering through loud, drunk, stoned, obnoxious, dirty, etc suitemates in the university dorms, is going to move into an apartment. Is it alright to go there alone, say for dinner or watching movies or playing old school SNES games? Vice versa? I’m not sure if that’s necessarily scandalous, it’s not like one of us would be sleeping over. Thought I’d get your opinions.
Oh, on that note, I did sleep over once out of necessity during a blizzard. Last winter we had a near record snowfall, most snow in winter for nearly a century, actually. We DID sleep in the same bed, and nothing happened of any sort, but we NOW know that was a bad idea. Not really sinful, but it put us in that “near occasion no-go zone” and it may have been scandalous. The buses literally stopped running and it was downright dangerous to drive on the streets. Anyone from Milwaukee remember that?
In disclaimer because I know I’m going to be called out on this. Yes, we recognize sleeping in the same bed overnight is a very bad idea. No, absolutely nothing happened. No, we will not be doing it again until if/when we are married. Next time, if Milwaukee County and the CIty of Milwaukee fail to prepare for a really bad snowstorm or other natural calamity and it’s necessary in the interest of my well-being, I’ll sleep on the floor. It was positively wonderful to sleep next to someone and wake up to someone you care about, but that’s exactly why you wait until marriage :tsktsk: .