18 year old girl - Do I have a chance with 22-23 year old guys? Watch

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Not if you're fugly, innit. I'm 23 and could bang your brains out. But would I? That depends only on you.
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An 18 year old girl has a chance with anyone aged 17-25 imo
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Most likely. It just depends whether you actually are stupid as to whether you get treated that way or not!
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(Original post by WhuTom)
Course you have a chance. They aren't going to be any more mature though; the mature ones will be having mature relationships with girls their own age, will they not? Between the late teens and early twenties IMO is when you really learn how be an adult, with people either graduating from uni and getting their own place, or settling into working life and earning for themselves. Someone who's done that and someone who hasn't even begun that are worlds apart.
I know this is an old thread, but yeah this reply basically summed up what I'm thinking about my situation.

I'm 19, he's 23. He's graduating and I've got another couple of years to go. We both earn money and are quite independent, but he's moved out and I've not yet.

I wish that gap wasn't there because I really like him and we seem to mesh.
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(Original post by luke$)
i'm 22 and i'm a lot different to when i was 18 (thought i was a bit too cool tbh

i've been out with 18 year old girls before, some are great, some are immature, but it all depends on what type of person you are if you want to get older guys.

Dont try and act all mature though, big turn off
What would that consist of :p:
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Yeah, as long as you're not an immature twit.
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im 22, and 18 is my cut off - i'd assume that's true for a lot of men.
defo not my ex im 19 and he used to make up every lie under the sun for why i cant meet his parents. lol then i find out he cheats on me with a year a 11.

She was leaving school when he was leaving university

boys that like little girls give me the creeps
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I'm 18 and my boyfriend turns 23 soon, not a problem at all.
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I'd have no problem with you babe...
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No...You will never have a chance with a guy...

Btw..Age is just a number Go for it, give it a shot, and see for yourself.
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Hello, why not see if you can get an even older man....
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The OP is now 25!
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(Original post by bingobongo)
So I'm fed up with all the boys I know that are my own age - they're all just obsessed with being lads, getting drunk and getting as many girls as they can. Due to this I'm starting to find myself attracted to older guys I've been meeting that are about 22 or 23. It is worth pursuing anything or will they just see me as a stupid 18 year old?

Thanks
Hello, why not go for an even older man, they have the knowledge and the understanding of where to touch you......
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