Is it okay to be 18 and be in a relationship with a 16 year old? Watch

the mezzil
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No its not fine.

Just throwing that one in there for a controversial point of view.
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Nothing wrong with that at all! My lady was 18 when I was 16!
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My first bf was 18, I was 16 when we met. Lasted 4 years. Tis all good in the hood.
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(Original post by Leah987)
no she was 20 and he was 30 if that helps?? ooh wats the bad news anyway??
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(Original post by Wavelength)
I'm 18 and at uni, and I'm in an open (I'm not here for a lecture on that), relationship with a 16 year old in year 12. Is 2 years a big difference? Thanks
completely fine. 2 years, that's hardly an age difference! Plus girls tend to be more mature than guys at a younger age, so I think you guys are a suitable couple.
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When younger it depends on the relative maturity rather than actual age in my eyes.

You could have an 19 year old who just doesn't have a clue or a 14 year old who is more mature than their peers.

That said, a 19 and 14 does still give you that 'creepy' feel... 2 years is pretty much nothing at any age though in my opinion.
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(Original post by lilyobz)
dude her oyster beeps twice..
Is that a euphemism?
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It would only be a problem if you both wanted different things. But I guess that will happen whatever the age gap.
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Perfectly fine in my opinion. I don't see why it wouldn't be to anyone else? You are both of legal age, you both wanna be together and a two year age gap is nothing, regardless of what age you (providing you are over age of consent and all that jazz)
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nothing wrong with that
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Its okay.
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That's fine, it's not like she's starting her GCSEs lol
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(Original post by Lotus_Eater)
Is that a euphemism?
No, Oyster cards for 11-15 year olds tend to beep twice. If you don't live in London, you won't understand.
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(Original post by Ndella)
No, Oyster cards for 11-15 year olds tend to beep twice. If you don't live in London, you won't understand.
I did understand, I was going for a laugh because it sounded like a funny euphemism to me. I'll try better next time!
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(Original post by Lotus_Eater)
I did understand, I was going for a laugh because it sounded like a funny euphemism to me. I'll try better next time!
Ohh, who thinks of an oyster in that way haha
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(Original post by Ndella)
Ohh, who thinks of an oyster in that way haha
Botticelli?
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There is NOTHING WRONG my parents are 10 yrs apart!!
Yeah but if he was going out with an 8-year-old I think there'd be some deeper issues here...
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(Original post by Lotus_Eater)
Botticelli?
Ahh yes, Venus right? I'm not too cultured
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(Original post by Ndella)
Ahh yes, Venus right? I'm not too cultured
Right! Me neither, it took a lot of goes to spell Botticelli correctly!
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Hy guys! why not, maybe it looks more like a friendship as i don't think that someone want to build up a serious relationship ar this age. So why not - it is always a pleasure.
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