Teen freshman datinng highschool dating
But when it came down to relationships, it wasn’t quite what I anticipated, either.
We are exactly alike, and I know he would never do anything to hurt me, because he cares about me way to much and would go beat up the person that ever tried to hurt my feelings.
It's great and all, but we're not going to date, we're just going to admit that we like each other. At most, the age difference will be 2-4 with an "X" variable which represe NT their birthday, time of starting school, held back, bumped up a grade, etc. In some other states, it's also extremely confusing.
Which to me is enough, but we still hug and act like we like each other, there's nothing to hide. From what I can tell, at the age of 16 (if you live in certain states) you can legally "date" (in a very loose sense of the word) someone who is at least 18 but not over 21 (Don't quote me on that 21 thing, that's an assumption since I don't think anyone could say "I'm 21 and dating a 16 year old without sounding sleazy"). I think as long as the 16 and 18 year old actually like each other and there's no evidence of being threatened into anything, then there really shouldn't be a problem.
The age law is there to protect people..sometimes it's just a joke (considering people do it anyways). It seems that whenever questions like these come up, everyone just assumes that the guy is older (I think the logic behind that is "girls like guys who are older and more mature"), if it's an older guy dating a younger girl, he's suddenly a social outcast.
But if it's an older girl dating a younger guy, it's a very different reaction...people say: "Dude, you win at life...!!!
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We did start off as best friends though and later on we had a bit of a spark to some people i guess.