Freshman dating senior

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Teach her how to please a man, introduce her to the dick, and she'll turn into a first class whore. plus they are at a different school so you can pretty much do what you want and they won't hear about it. The HS girl look for jealous is identical for the one for.........."grossed out".... She's gorgeous, into fitness, loves to work out with me at am. Let's just say, I'm assuming this younger girl is worth pursuing, not a sleazy little hoebag.i see it all the time, i may even do it myself soon..i would like some honest opinions about senior guys dating freshman girls possibly some people who have done it and their experience with it? plus they are at a different school so you can pretty much do what you want and they won't hear about it. She's always on the lookout for girls to bring home to play with. And besides all that, she's the smartest girl I've ever met. edit: also compared to dating same age Freshman have the fewest diseases and tightest snatches. you could go even younger than this but it has to be before your 18th birthday. She graduated HS with a 4.2 gpa needless to say, she was valedictorian, and received a full 4 year academic scholarship to ASU. She reason's her way through problems, and is the more organized than I will ever be in my life.

you could go even younger than that, like junior high cuz then you can really get em while she is fresh. Freshmen is pushing it a bit, but theres nothing wrong with it if its a really banging chick who has it going on.... As you grow up, you'll come to find out how little age matters. She doesn't mind, as she's also into women and is too busy staring at them to notice where my eyes are. My gf is 24, 8, count them, 8 years younger than myself. Remember, you have two ears and one mouth, listen, then speak.

Personally, I think dating in high school isn't all bad (nerve-wrecking for the parents, yes, but not all bad).

They're young and gaining experience in the world, learning about how people and relationships work.

He can learn about your family and I think that creates a better open line of communication.

You may find that he is not at all what you thought and he is far less likely to do something "wrong" if he knows who you are, and what your expectations of him as a friend of your daughter.

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