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Age difference.

Question Posted Thursday November 16 2006, 3:49 pm

Well, for starters, I'm a freshman in high school (15/f). I like this guy in one of my classes, and he's really nice and we talk and all, but my problem is that he's a junior. I'm not worried about him using me or anything bad like that. I just don't know if he would consider going out with a freshman. Should I still go for him, or give up before I start? I'm probably going to go for him anyway, I just wanted to see what others think.

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Additional info, added Thursday November 16 2006, 4:34 pm:
Like, if you were a guy and a junior, would you consider going out with a freshman?.

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stephanerd answered Friday November 17 2006, 11:58 am:
Well when I was a senior, I dated two freshmen (and <i>they</i> broke up with <u>me</u>) and now that I'm graduated, I like a sophomore. So yeah, you've got a chance.

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dancergirl678 answered Thursday November 16 2006, 10:31 pm:
hun, totally not that bad!! last year i was a sophomore and i dated a senior *same age difference* and a few months after we broke up *yeah still a sophomore then lol* i started dating a sophomore in college *he was 20* which you know, is sorta illegal *only if you're doin stuff if you know what i mean, which we WEREN'T doing* but don't worry about the age's not that bad right now

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muse_of_thought01 answered Thursday November 16 2006, 7:46 pm:
listen, i'm a junior. but when i was a freshman, my first boyfriend was a junior too!!! it's all in the way you carry yourself as a person.have some confidence. after all age is just a number these days. you may have trouble staying with him..when he goes to college. that's what happened to me. but as long as you have trust in your relationship, then it will all work out.

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happychicka answered Thursday November 16 2006, 6:19 pm:
Age shouldn't ever matter if you really like the guy. And if he really liked you age wouldn't matter to him either. I went out with a guy 2 years younger than me and it didn't bother me at all, so go for it and dont worry about the age. Hope i helped =)

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lalalovely17 answered Thursday November 16 2006, 6:02 pm:
Last year (my freshman year) I went out with a senior. He didn't care about age at all. He said he only cared about me, not my age. If this guy really likes you then he shouldn't mind either. But then again it depends on what type of person he is.

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HypnotizexMe answered Thursday November 16 2006, 5:50 pm:
hey im a freshman too and ive liked older people like sophomores or juniors. You cn go for it, but i know its not that easy.. ive liked them and they liked me but they liked me more as a little sister or as a freshman. It depends. If the guy doesnt care to date freshmans then its ok because i honetly think age difference doesnt matter. if i was a guy and a junior and i liked the freshman then i probably would if shes nice and like that.

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megerrzz answered Thursday November 16 2006, 5:29 pm:
go for it, but if he wants to do something you don't, say no, or slap him. haha.

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AskNicole111 answered Thursday November 16 2006, 5:26 pm:
You should go for it (I mean life is all about taking risks and chances) he proably likes you (ya never know)

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Shortcake22 answered Thursday November 16 2006, 5:06 pm:
Older guys and younger girls is more common (at my school anyways) than dating someone your own age. 2 years is not a big deal. Go for it!

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ferret answered Thursday November 16 2006, 4:31 pm:
nothing wrong with a junior dating a freshman. its only about a 2 year age difference.

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Razhie answered Thursday November 16 2006, 4:24 pm:
Never ever give up before you start.

Give up when it becomes rediculas or embaressing to continue (and sometimes not even then.)

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