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    If you really love him its alright


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    (Original post by KarleyCanDoIt)
    i've known him for two years now. i did some work experience where my mum works in a nursing home. that's where i met him. he was really nice at first, and i didn't think anything of it. but i just couldn't stop thinking about him. about a week later i helped tidy his room and brought him a cup of tea. we were taking about things for a couple of hours, and he told me his daughter had just gave him her old iphone. i gave him my number so we could text each other, he was really nice.

    a couple of days later we started sexting each other. at first i didn't he liked me in that way, but now when i think about it, it kind of makes sense.

    a couple of months later when i turned 16 i visited him, and we had sex. he is the first person i've had sex with. he suffers from dementia, and i sometimes do his food shopping for him. but we're thinking of making our relationship official, but i'm not sure my parents would be okay with it.

    what should i tell them? i love him so much.
    As long as he has dementia your the one taking advantage to be honest


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    not really considering she is underage
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    Did he pop a viagra?
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    I can't even say anything witty... RIP.

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    (Original post by m3m)
    :lolwut: This guy is old enough to be your grandfather.

    And he has dementia?

    FFs, I'M DONE :toofunny:

    Edit: You had sex too...That's enough internet for me today. *exits thread* *shuts down phone* *stares at ceiling in silence*
    Wallah :mmm:
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    (Original post by KarleyCanDoIt)
    i've known him for two years now. i did some work experience where my mum works in a nursing home. that's where i met him. he was really nice at first, and i didn't think anything of it. but i just couldn't stop thinking about him. about a week later i helped tidy his room and brought him a cup of tea. we were taking about things for a couple of hours, and he told me his daughter had just gave him her old iphone. i gave him my number so we could text each other, he was really nice.

    a couple of days later we started sexting each other. at first i didn't he liked me in that way, but now when i think about it, it kind of makes sense.

    a couple of months later when i turned 16 i visited him, and we had sex. he is the first person i've had sex with. he suffers from dementia, and i sometimes do his food shopping for him. but we're thinking of making our relationship official, but i'm not sure my parents would be okay with it.

    what should i tell them? i love him so much.
    Riding an old man with dementia? Shame he doesn't have Down Syndrome as well. You'd be in your element!
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    Wait this started when you were 15, he's grooming you.
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    (Original post by KarleyCanDoIt)
    i just need to know how to tell my parents. only my best friend knows about it. she doesn't like him, but she knows we love each other.
    Do you think your parents would be okay with this?
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    (Original post by defenestrated)
    I know this is probably a troll, but for that slight chance it's not - I'll tell you this. I'm 15 and recently ended a relationship with a guy who is 41. Do NOT tolerate large age gaps and think it doesn't matter. I won't go into details in a public thread, but it didn't end well for me. Luckily enough, he didn't have dementia, though.
    And then you woke up from ur dream...


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    (Original post by defenestrated)
    I know this is probably a troll, but for that slight chance it's not - I'll tell you this. I'm 15 and recently ended a relationship with a guy who is 41. Do NOT tolerate large age gaps and think it doesn't matter. I won't go into details in a public thread, but it didn't end well for me. Luckily enough, he didn't have dementia, though.
    Did it end when he got arrested? :eek:
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    (Original post by yelk)
    Did it end when he got arrested? :eek:
    Lol, no
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    Jim'll fix it what!? :P
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    (Original post by NPFTW)
    It's the internet, surely you have something better to do in life rather than getting your pitchfork.
    Yeah because how dare I comment ey? Same could be said for you.
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    (Original post by SophisticatedSir)
    Yeah because how dare I comment ey? Same could be said for you.
    I made a comment and you got your pitchfork out. It's not that hard to understand. Anyway I'm off to bed, night.
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    (Original post by NPFTW)
    I made a comment and you got your pitchfork out. It's not that hard to understand. Anyway I'm off to bed, night.
    Why? Is having a different opinion hurting your feelings? Oh too bad.
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    (Original post by SophisticatedSir)
    Why? Is having a different opinion hurting your feelings? Oh too bad.
    Nope I find it pathetic that people get hurt over comments over the internet. Oh the irony...
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    probably a troll but if not, lucky ******* (the old man, not you!).
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    (Original post by NPFTW)
    Nope I find it pathetic that people get hurt over comments over the internet. Oh the irony...
    Well when people make stupid comments yeah it does hurt visually to look at.

    You're just salty for being wrong. Completely different.
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    (Original post by SophisticatedSir)
    Well when people make stupid comments yeah it does hurt visually to look at.

    You're just salty for being wrong. Completely different.
    "salty for being wrong" :yep:

    Sure.
 
 
 
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