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I am a 22 year old male, will be dating a 16 year old female?! watch

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    (Original post by georgiaswift)
    Accidentally up voted, definitely don't agree. An eleven year old and an eighteen year old are both secondary school students, so are they at the same points in their lives? A four year old and an eleven year old are both primary school students, so are they at the same point in their lives?
    I'm not going to try to reason with somebody who thinks people's hymens 'wear away' with time and that using a dildo is not going to tear your hymen. And that these two things happen simultaneously. Bye felicia
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    I like how you don't refer to her as a woman, just a "female" because you know that she isn't one. Immediate red flag.

    You know what the right thing to do here is.
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    (Original post by Bg63)
    Hello all

    I am a male, 22 years old and have great feelings for a 15 year old female. We love each other, she is very mature for her age that's for sure! That's the main reason I like her.
    Her parents are fine that we love each other, we won't be getting into a relationship till she turns 16 in April next year.
    No, we aren't having sex, we are not rushing the relationship at all.
    Now, I'd like to know of your thoughts and if anyone on here has been in a similar situation?

    Cheers
    Adam Johnson, is that you?
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    (Original post by driftawaay)
    A 15 year old and an 17 year old are pretty much at the same point in their life, they are both high school students.
    Many people I know changed a lot between 15 and 17. Some of the secobdary school morons I know changed their lives around by the time they turned 17. Their maturity just changed completelt once they left the net of compulsory education and they needed to choose their path. Even the people who had simple life plans have changed. With the exception of a few people who seem set of being nobodies for the rest of their lives, I can't think of anyone I know who at age 17 was exactly the same person they were when they were 15. This counts for every aspect in life.

    I don't know where you're from but being 17 here doesn't mean they are still in school.

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    (Original post by Moonstruck16)
    Many people I know changed a lot between 15 and 17. Some of the secobdary school morons I know changed their lives around by the time they turned 17. Their maturity just changed completelt once they left the net of compulsory education and they needed to choose their path. Even the people who had simple life plans have changed. With the exception of a few people who seem set of being nobodies for the rest of their lives, I can't think of anyone I know who at age 17 was exactly the same person they were when they were 15. This counts for every aspect in life.

    I don't know where you're from but being 17 here doesn't mean they are still in school.

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    Yes, and I am not the same person I was when I was 19 and I wont be the same two years from now when Im 23. What is your point?

    I know not everyone is at school at 17, but that is the norm. No need to be nitpicky.

    I am also done with this conversation. You're just going to have to accept the fact that OP & this girl love each other and will be together with the blessing of her parents. Bye
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    (Original post by VannR)
    I like how you don't refer to her as a woman, just a "female" because you know that she isn't one. Immediate red flag.

    You know what the right thing to do here is.
    Did he also refer to himself as a male because he knows he isnt a man, but a male?

    /fail
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    personally i think any of these types of relationships should wait until the girl (or boy if girl is older) is at least 18. Then it's less socially awkward.

    That's just my opinion.
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    (Original post by driftawaay)
    Yes, and I am not the same person I was when I was 19 and I wont be the same two years from now when Im 23. What is your point?

    I know not everyone is at school at 17, but that is the norm. No need to be nitpicky.

    I am also done with this conversation. You're just going to have to accept the fact that OP & this girl love each other and will be together with the blessing of her parents. Bye
    If you can't get why comparing your mate's life experience, which is not the norm, to a 15 year old then clearly you will never be capable of getting the point.

    I wasn't being nitpicky, I was just stating a valid point. No need to get sensitive.

    Hahaha for all you know this could be a load of bs. This type of thread comes up at least every other week so if you're really get temperamental over what is most likely is a troll thread, you should really get a grip.

    Bye Felicia.

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    (Original post by Moonstruck16)
    If you can't get why comparing your mate's life experience, which is not the norm, to a 15 year old then clearly you will never be capable of getting the point.

    I wasn't being nitpicky, I was just stating a valid point. No need to get sensitive.

    Hahaha for all you know this could be a load of bs. This type of thread comes up at least every other week so if you're really get temperamental over what is most likely is a troll thread, you should really get a grip.

    Bye Felicia.

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    I am speechless to some of these comments. But if someone really thinks 15 and 23 is fine then just wait and see how it goes.

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    U r paedo m8
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    It's kind of weird.. But if you're okay with it and she is okay with it and her parents are okay with it then carry on dude.
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    ****ing Nonce
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    (Original post by driftawaay)
    Did he also refer to himself as a male because he knows he isnt a man, but a male?

    /fail
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