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Below, learn why authenticity is so critical to dating, and how a milkshake could help you find your next bae.

Alysha Jeney: With our generation being so used to instant gratification, and used to being so easily accessible to each other, there’s a false sense of connection.

The number one thing single millennials are struggling with?

Treat older women as mothers, younger women as sisters with absolute purity (1 Timothy 5:2). Spend time with her but do it in a coffee shop or at a restaurant where you’re much less likely to grope each other.” I say, “Go someplace public to be private.

You don’t fool around with your sister, because that’s nasty, right? I have to treat her like I would want someone to treat my baby sister.” What would that look like? I don’t try to take that from her or lead her like I’m her husband. Don’t square off into each other’s bedrooms, dorm rooms. Make no provision for the flesh.” You get out in the place where you can talk about things that are holy and good and encouraging because ultimately if you are going to marry her, that sexual desire, tension, all that’s good, but when you’re married, a good percentage of your time is just going to be hanging out.

But of course he reminisced about his time at the college, from his first computer science class to the time he created "Facemash" and was faced with disciplinary measures — and the all-important moment he met his future wife, Priscilla Chan.

Apparently, he had told Priscilla that he might get kicked out in three days because of the disciplinary situation — "So we need to go on a date quickly." So it's all thanks to the Facemash snafu that he ultimately acted on his romantic impulses."You're getting kicked out soon, too," he reminded the grads who will soon no longer have access to the university's hallowed halls.

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