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    (Original post by preetg97)
    Nah don't worry, I'm 18 and my non-existent boyfriend is 89 like half the people on TSR
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    (Original post by Camoron)
    That is almost bordering on paedophillia...almost
    Paedophila is being attracted to children. The person in question is attracted to somebody who isn't a child in legal terms.

    So nah it's not at all really.
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    (Original post by mkap)
    i once went out with someone who was 23 when i was 16
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    when I was 20 going on 21 I was with a girl who was only just 17 - I didn't find it weird - we had a lot in common. we were at the same work too. and yeah, we did have sex
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    (Original post by GUMI)
    cant see the attachment
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    Nah. I'm gonna be 19 while my girlfriend is 17 for a bit
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    (Original post by Retired_Messiah)
    Paedophila is being attracted to children. The person in question is attracted to somebody who isn't a child in legal terms.

    So nah it's not at all really.
    I mentioned the word 'almost' twice yet you will still blind to the point I was making. ALMOST, not DEFINITE
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    (Original post by TheGreatImposter)
    2 years is nothing. Date him girl!
    lol
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    (We are both guys, not that it makes a difference)

    I've just turned 17, and he turned 19 a bit before me. I'm mature for 17 if I may say so myself.
    He's in first year of uni, in a city about 35mins train journey away and I'm in sixth form.

    We were texting for over a week, and he came to my city to meet me. We went on a date and it went really well. He gave me butterflies and stuff, and he told me I gave him them too.
    As he left to go home, he asked for another date and gave me a hug which gave me super butterflies and it felt like I was walking on air.

    I can'f get him off my mind. I even get excited if I see he's messaged haha.

    I'm planning on going to his city in a week or so to see him.

    Are all these feelings normal?
    Any advice?
    No if you weren't born on the exact same day it ain't right. Think you should take a good hard look at yourself and think about what you've done.
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    i think this is normal?
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    it's only two years and you're over 16 therefore there isnt actually anything wrong in this situation, go for it!!!
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    The ages are a little bit dodgy, as soon he'll be 20 and dating a 17 year old is a tad creepy. The worst bit is that he's in uni and you're still at school. Remember that even if you feel mature, in comparison to his friends you're a child, and you can't join him and his friends clubbing etc, so you may find the differences in what you can do together vs what he can do without you a strain
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    (Original post by monk1324)
    lol
    what?
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    (Original post by TheGreatImposter)
    what?
    They're both guys.
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    (Original post by monk1324)
    They're both guys.
    Oops, completely missed that in the description. I'll edit it out now
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    (We are both guys, not that it makes a difference)

    I've just turned 17, and he turned 19 a bit before me. I'm mature for 17 if I may say so myself.
    He's in first year of uni, in a city about 35mins train journey away and I'm in sixth form.

    We were texting for over a week, and he came to my city to meet me. We went on a date and it went really well. He gave me butterflies and stuff, and he told me I gave him them too.
    As he left to go home, he asked for another date and gave me a hug which gave me super butterflies and it felt like I was walking on air.

    I can'f get him off my mind. I even get excited if I see he's messaged haha.

    I'm planning on going to his city in a week or so to see him.

    Are all these feelings normal?
    Any advice?
    Sounds fine to me!
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    It's completely fine. 2 years is nothing as long as you're both legal, which you are. Go for it
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    (Original post by Camoron)
    I mentioned the word 'almost' twice yet you will still blind to the point I was making. ALMOST, not DEFINITE
    Yeah but it's not almost at all.
 
 
 
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