That just seems like you are taking advantage of someone who hasn't figured out who they are yet. Then again you might be her same mental age so it could work... sorry, just being honest.
I agree with this^
Me? I'm really confused... this comment doesn't make sense because I have no idea who your subject is supposed to be.
Not if you both love and can do the same things. There are a lot of people that see only the bad and the wrong. When I was 18, I got a lot of bad things said because I was going out with a 14 year old girl. We loved each other too and 27 years later, we're still together. One guy who joked about us is now on his fifth wife. So who's laughing now?
Some people would see you as 'robbing the cradle' or barely legal,and I personally dont like those terms,if you like eachother then date just treat her well:] goodluck:]
Not in another ten years, they won't, but right now, you are a pervy.
People don't magically change at 18, except in the eyes of the law.
You're both legal, what's the problem?
i mean exactly!
Men will probably think that is cool because she is of age but I don't think it is cool.
People will find reasons to frown about everything. Your life, her life, your business. From what I have observed about young people these days, it's likely that you're not much more mature than she is.
I say go for it. I mean age doesnt matter as long as they are legal. I have friends now that are 18-20 who are dating, have dated, or currently in relationship with 26-28 year old guys. I say as long as you guys take things slow (b/c you know during our young age our brains arent fully developed yet) respect her or him and hopefully his or her family wont mind and like you as well. then its cool and also be prepared for some immaturity as well. Love shows no color age or ect. Life is to short live it up to the fullest go for what you want. :)
ADDING: the Prom thing its fine really. like everyone else said just get prepared on looks, and stares. I mean its HS so lol but during that time its like really you 2 aren't the bad ones at all...just ignore them and enjoy your night together its Prom!!
Only if you are taking advantage of her.
It's legal, so I don't know what the big deal is.<br />
Some people will frown on it but then again people like to find reasons to rain on people's parades.
No. You aren't. My husband is 35. And im 25
i think its okay since she is 18. not too bad an age difference.
I was 27 through the marine corps, and a junior in college when I met my wife, she was not quite 19. We became friends, then dated for 2 years.<br />
Some people looked at it with raised eyebrows . . That was 23 years ago!<br />
So they can all kiss it!
But you waited two years and made sure. So you both were wise. Unlike me who got married within a few months.
it is ok! just do what you feel like doing yourself! you relly don't have to answer to any one, plus you two haven't signs around your necks saying you are 28 and she is 18, have a great time you two
It legal but some people might judge
Definitely a perv or anything kinda bad. She needs some time to grow up.
Your both over 18 and that's what matters.Now if she was 15 i would have a issue with that
No your not a pervert!. my boyfriend is older to me. we have 9 years age gap.. I was 17 years old wen we started dating..
i am 44 now, but when i was 22 i dated a woman that was 43, She kept gushing over me about how sexy i was, i met her the week before and the entire purpose of our getting together was just to ****. I was so alone at that time. she was my first, i woke up the next morning feeling like i had just slept with my mother. She had a great body, but the next day i was with another girl that was only 21. I really think though that you should meet girls more in your age range, but on the same token, would i be a perv for wanting to date a 25 year old? I tell you if a 25 or 30 year old girl wanted to be with me now, i would not say no, it really only comes down to is, does she want you? i
You should probably stay in at least 3 or 5 years of age difference. Later on in your love life age difference plays a big role. I suggest you don't exactly do it..It is your choice though. This is coming from a daughter of a divorced marriage from a father who married my mother when she was 18, and he was in his late/early 30s. They divorced and it ruined my entire family. It effected me the most because I had to live a childhood without my mother and alone because my father was always out in business trips with my bother. I suggest you think this thoroughly and do not be fooled like my parents were when they were at that age. It takes something small like a simple dance to make someone fall in love. Look at my parents they fell in love over a stupid cafe job that my mother had. And in the end, It usually never works out if the age difference is too big. And when you have kids and marry is when it is most probe to go the wrong way. I wouldn't want your child to end up like me.