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unefille asked:

08 Apr 2010

Do you think its okay..

for a girl in 8th grade to date a guy in 10th grade?



jessd says:

Posted on 08 Apr 2010

i think it its okay.


lucylu says:

Posted on 08 Apr 2010

yes it is okay jux watch out tho


bliss says:

Posted on 08 Apr 2010



jordyempathyorlove says:

Posted on 08 Apr 2010

yea it's totally ok, except make sure he's mature enough , because he might be in to more grown up things than you are so just be carefull :) x


jwlover4ev says:

Posted on 08 Apr 2010

Yes I say it's ok but be careful that he doesn't use you or make you do something you don't want to do.


_riah_ says:

Posted on 08 Apr 2010

My friend did that last year and she's still dating the guy and we are now freshmen, almost sophomores.

You just gotta make sure that he really likes YOU and isn't using or manipulating you, ya know? Teenage boys are not the smartest of God's creation.


barbipixi says:

Posted on 09 Apr 2010

i can see a 2 year difference fine with adults but you have to be careful some times if a 10th grader is older in the head and he's dating a girl that young and of less maturity, he's kind of wanting to date a child.

but if the younger girl is more mature and the older guy seems to be about the same maturity usually it's a good mix.


juicystar07 says:

Posted on 09 Apr 2010

i think that when you're in school, a 2 year age difference would probably be the maximum. when you're an adult, i think a 10 year difference would be max because you don't want someone to come up to you and your husband saying "oh you must be her father!"

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