If you had asked me in high school I would have said no way it's weird. We are on two totally different pages in our lives. I still kind of believe that. But anyway, an RA in my building is a senior and at first I was thin king I should not even bother talking to him because he's on his way out of college and I just got here. But then my friend and I talked about it and she thinks I should go for it.
We are used to seeing each other three or four times a week, so the distance is very emotionally draining on us both and it is sure to be worse when I am even farther away. Like I said, it's not the end of the world, but if it were even longer- say if he was a freshman and we were two years apart like the OP is suggesting, I could very well move out of the country for my career and still leave him in school for two more years.
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You don't think that would be complicated? Particularly for a relationship that's only a year old. The guy I'm interested in is a freshman, but he looks pretty old I think I'm two years older than him but I'm not sure.
I'm a soph btw.
He's a shy nerd so I'm mostly the one doing the talking. I used to ONLY go for guys older than me but you're in college, by now you should have reached an optimal level of maturity. I'm not gonna lie, the only reason I approached him in the first place was because he was super cute. Then I just went in for the kill. We do have lots in common too, but if you like her you should go for it!
If I were her I'd think it'd be cute.
I don't think too many senior girls would be thrilled with dating a sophomore. You guys could have fun for a year, but I don't think you should really expect to carry it past that.
You'd still have 2 more years of college to have fun and mess around, would you really want to try to carry on a long-distance relationship indefinitely like that? Twisted, I'm sorry I didn't mean to offend you if I did. I was used to seeing my boyfriend every day all day and now I see him for a weekend every other week or so. I am happy that you will be ok in the end, but I still don't see how it would put a major strain on the relationship already.
That is all I meant. I guess different strokes for different folks. It's more of a complication in our plans than in the relationship itself, for the relationship it is just an inconvenience.
Jan 18, This all sounds very promising. At your age, the number and length of girlfriends seems about right- and at least you got out of the ones that weren't working for you. From what you say here, it all sounds promising. However, there are some le. A Freshman Girl's Guide to College Dating. The attention can be fun, but when it comes down to it, the dating game in college is one that you'll learn a lot about as time goes on-you might not be a pro right off the bat. or maybe it'll take until senior year for you . But anyway, an RA in my building is a senior and at first I was thin king I should not even bother talking to him because he's on his way out of college and I just got here. But then my friend and I talked about it and she thinks I should go for it.
Perhaps we are mincing words. It was just sort of a jarring wake up call to be looking at apartments for after graduation and making all our plans only to find out that SURPRISE we won't even be seeing each other that whole year except maybe during the break between semesters. I am likely leaving the state or the country, the closest I will be is an 8 hour drive away with neither of us owning a car. He will be trapped where he is for another 6 months to a year.
If we had only been together a year we wouldn't have made it through that, he and I in particular seem to not handle long distance well but it's gotten better over time. We'll have been together three years by then so we'll be in a much better position to cope, but after one year I don't see it happening for us. If that weren't a strain long distance relationships would work all the time- notice they usually don't?
I am just not the sort of person who likes to wait around for an SO to catch up with me unless I have to.
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I am a very driven, focused individual with plans for my life and was not prepared to put them on hold for someone behind me. Because David fell behind I am going to accommodate him any way I can, but I wouldn't have walked into a relationship knowing full well that I was going to be in a position to do this for two years unless I REALLY liked the guy.
I've seen it happen a few times, though of course it's more likely to happen the other way around guy is older. The reason being that every year in college is a HUGE maturity leap. Hell, you're taking a high school moron they are like middle-schoolers to me now in behavior into a functioning adult who finds his own place, cooks his own meals, and pays the bills on time. That being said, there are several ways a younger college guy can attract older girls.
You are physically very attractive, of course.
Well, some of the seniors guy will occasionally, but it's mostly because they want I'm pretty sure you can figure it out Most people will date a grade or two higher, but most people don't date college students and most seniors date seniors or juniors. If your a senior dating a freshmen, I'm sorry buddy, but maybe you shouldn't be dating at all not to the op, in general. The mental, physical, and emotional differences between the two ages are miles apart.
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It has the same creepiness factor as a college gay dating a highschool girl albeit a little less. It usually also means the guy couldn't pull any of his own age, and there is probably a good reason for that.
GuitarShredder05 replies 4 threads Member. Klarion'06 17 replies 0 threads New Member. It's fairly common at my high school. It doesn't bother me that the girls are way too blind to see that those senior guys only want one thing ValdezVivasMR replies 5 threads Member. Four years is too much. One or two is fine in my opinion. There was a senior in my class who wanted to take a junior high girl to the prom.
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I don't know if he was really serious about it but it was common knowledge that he was attracted to girls much younger than him. I have a four your difference between my boyfriend and I. We've been together for almost three years on and off. Our relationship started when I was twelve and he was sixteen. Yes, it may seem like a big age gap, but it really depends on the people in the relationship. Different people have different experiences throughout their life, and due to circumstances causes some to mature faster.
That must be It should be. When it comes to dating, just say yes! Say yes to the guy who seems quiet and shy. College seniors are well versed in the hook up.
Freshmen, however, are usually a bit more reluctant to leave traditional dating behind. When it comes to the definition of dating on college campuses, hooking up is typically much more common.
Mar 28, I was a freshman dating a senior. My family didn't seem comfortable at first then they met him. And LOVED him. We have now been together five years and married for a year and a half. My parents had a sit down talk with both of us when we first started dating and there expectations If he came over we had to stay in the living room. No. HELLLL no. If your a senior dating a freshmen, I'm sorry buddy, but maybe you shouldn't be dating at all (not to the op, in general). The mental, physical, and emotional differences between the two ages are miles apart. It has the same creepiness factor as a college gay dating a highschool girl (albeit a little less). All models on this website are Legal Age (18 years or older). Teen in the context of the site is the age of the model of years - this is legal. Pussy Space has Senior Dating Freshman In College a zero-tolerance policy against illegal pornography. Report to us.
Casual relationships without commitment are what most guys and girls are looking for. Girls in particular often expect their hookups to turn into something more - but a hookup is typically nothing more than a no-strings-attached agreement. Older guys are notorious for seeking out freshmen girls.
1. Say yes!
Getting involved with a guy who has a girlfriend or exclusive relationship can lead to social exile. The girlfriend will find out - and she will get angry.
The girlfriend and her friends will brand you with a reputation that might take the next four years to escape.