Sophomore guy dating a senior girl, senior girl dating freshman

Sophomore guy dating a senior girl, senior girl dating freshman

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Sophomore guy dating a senior girl, senior girl dating freshman.

I mean, I can see why in high school it would be a lot more awkward, since the guy may not be mature, but if a college guy is 19 and mature, why would a 21-year old girl care?

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Is this uncommon? (similar to freshman guy dating junior girl)

Cause that sophomore guy is me and I like this girl who’s a senior. Will she find it awkward being in a relationship with me?

For the girls on here, how do you feel about dating a guy in college 2 years younger than you?

Why not? Is 2 years really a big difference? What if he was 1 year younger than you?

I mean, I can see why in high school it would be a lot more awkward, since the guy may not be mature, but if a college guy is 19 and mature, why would a 21-year old girl care?

Wow, seriously? I am a sophomore, boyfriend is a freshmen (even though he is a year older than I). I can graduate next year if I wanted to, he will probably have to take 5 years to graduate due to taking remedial classes. There is no complication in our relationship, I don’t understand the complication in yours, honestly. So what if you move 8 hours away? Do you guys go to the same college now? If your relationship is strong, it can survive being away for a while.

To the OP: I don’t see the big deal. As long as you are both on the same maturity level (reasonably) then there shouldn’t be a big deal. So what if you guys are a few years apart? You obviously like each other. Go for it!

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.

It’s more of a complication in our plans than in the relationship itself, for the relationship it is just an inconvenience. 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. 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.

1. You are physically very attractive, of course.

Or 2. You are already good with women/ have great “game” (gah I hate that word — I guess I mean a good handle of male-female dynamics and using your social skills to your advantage).

3. You are actually unusually mature beyond your age (the most rare of the three IMO).

If you are lacking all three currently, I would focus on easier prey aka younger girls who are probably hotter than whoever you’re currently infatuated/ obsessed with anyway.

That being said, I have known some girls wherein the arbitary age number itself is actually relevant. Like, one girl thought this guy was 21 and liked him, but then when she found out he was 19 — she didn’t like him anymore. Same guy, am I right? And no, the guy wasn’t me. But I hooked up with the girl when she met me and found out I was 21.

1. Girls are F’ing arbitrary on their standards sometimes — so go for it, if she doesn’t like you, move on quickly to the next one.

2. As a guy, each new year you survive and age (or appear), women will find you more attractive — regardless if you actually matured at all, or improved in any way whatsoever. Yay for us!

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