We were in the same "maturity range" as far as life experience and of course, physical appearance goes so it wasn't weird at all. Like teens who exchange nude pics with consent being charged for pedophilia and actually being found guilty when the age difference was one or two years. They have an extremely weird history of lawsuits based on this stuff. If y'all were dating before you were 18, and if you're familiar with the minor's family, you're probably fine. People get weird about age gaps (not one that small), but some relationships are worth it.
I'm not completely up to date on what a senior and stuff is, but if you're asking if it's weird that an 18 year old dates a 17 year old then fuck no. Like teens who exchange nude pics with consent being charged for pedophilia and actually being found guilty when the age difference was one or two years. But realize that you're basically at the mercy of their legal guardian's rules - with that small of an age difference, it's unlikely to go bad, but hey. As long as you play by the rules, doesn't matter what anyone else says - do what feels right to you, because that's the only thing that will matter further down the road.
I look at her, all dolled up in heels and a cute crop top, and then I look back at my bed, soft and warm, offering a Saturday night of TV, calls with high-school friends, and microwavable macaroni and cheese.
” so many times that my face starts to hurt), or do I fall back on the familiar?
One Princeton junior told me that, during her first three months in college, she stayed in her room every Friday and Saturday night.
But this narrative is horribly old-school and embarrassing one-sided. Girls can want to play the relationship game fast and loose. If you have a guy that you're having casual sex with, just go for it.
Just remember that when you send him out your door, he's just as much hookup as you are his.
We recently asked Huff Post readers who married their high school sweethearts to share their stories, and were stunned by just how many submissions we received.
It hasn’t always been an easy road for the couples below, but these lovebirds have managed to go the distance.
During their first trip home, freshmen have to decide whether they stick it out with their first love, or succumb to what is known as the “Turkey Drop”— the phenomenon of high-school couples breaking up when they come home for their first Thanksgiving.
Much of my own freshman year in college was determined by one recurring scene. She tells me her plans for the night – maybe a sorority party or a pregame in a friend’s room – and asks me if I want to come along.
We tend to push square pegs into round holes in hopes of making something - and in most cases, someone - fit our expectations. Don't be the girl trying to convince herself that the guy who only calls at 1 AM is actually boyfriend material. And just like you can't put lipstick on a pig and expect a unicorn, you can't fall for a douchebag and expect Prince Charming.