Senior in college dating senior in high school

Published: 24.02.2017

I guess what my point is that you both have a lot of growing up to do. There are some of those kind in my school, and it seems odd to me and most of my friends, but there are a few that don't seem to find it odd.

Mar 23, 2009 · She's a senior in highschool and im a junior in college. gorgeous High School chicks. I'm 21 now. (senior) a senior in highschool and im a junior.

But she doesn't say anything because she doesn't want to look young and stupid.

An error has occurred. Hang out with the other AskMen regulars on our IRC chatroom. I am willing to admit that she is older than me and has more confidence and experience. She's getting a bit concerned at the rate you're moving sexually. Admit This Expert opinions on the college admissions process! There is this girl that I like, and she likes me, but she is a high school senior and I am a high school sophomore, is that weird?


I believe you're located in Ohio, and based on my reading of the law, 18 and 15 is statutory rape. Didn't go to well for them so I doubt they will again in the future. Then I just went in for the kill. Mar 23, 2. Is it allowed, in , for a female high school senior to date a male high school freshman?

I know a decent number of high school upperclassmen girls now for non-creepy work related reasons.

    1. Pladimir_Vutin - 03.03.2017 in 06:00

      There are far more convenient options.

      Farmyel_Stalon - 10.03.2017 in 14:11

      It's just that I personally wouldn't feel right dating a guy younger or shorter or thinner than me. You never know, individual situations vary.

      David_Blaine - 12.03.2017 in 19:31

      Dating somebody who still lives at their parents house full time and not in a "I moved back in with my parents" way, but in a "I still live at home as part of finishing up my childhood" way would just be way way too weird even if they were super awesome and insanely mature for their age.

      Dimka_Bulba - 18.03.2017 in 07:53

      Of course, sophomores are our city's version of "fresh meat," but that one year makes a big difference.

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