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    I know this is a broad question, hugely broad and maybe a little stereotypical, but I wanted to get the point of view of teenage boys, like 17,18,19 y olds, or anyone above. Do you feel like in these years boys are looking for serious relationships with girls/guys, or do they really just think with their dicks???
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    Both. Usually at least one of the people in the relationship is an immature moron. Lots of people play the field early on and then settle for the best one they find, some regret losing someone they could have actually had something with though.
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    :hi:

    Except I'm struggling at life anyway so I'd probably inadvertently act like a douche.
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    Both. Usually at least one of the people in the relationship is an immature moron. Lots of people play the field early on and then settle for the best one they find, some regret losing someone they could have actually had something with though.
    dont leave me!
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    depends on whether they're mature or not or how serious they are/into the girl
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I know this is a broad question, hugely broad and maybe a little stereotypical, but I wanted to get the point of view of teenage boys, like 17,18,19 y olds, or anyone above. Do you feel like in these years boys are looking for serious relationships with girls/guys, or do they really just think with their dicks???
    my **** doesn't think....

    but no personally i don't ever want a relationship with anyone really....
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    18, yes, I'm only interested in relationships that have the potential to progress into something serious.

    I'd never get into a relationship with someone if I foresaw its end before it's even begun.
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    Lets be honest at 16 and 17 the relationship will most likely end as you go to uni but I wouldn't think about that and would enjoy the time I had with the girl if it didn't impede my studies. Also there is no way a guy can treat you properly at this age and also enjoy their youth and do well you have to pick 2.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I know this is a broad question, hugely broad and maybe a little stereotypical, but I wanted to get the point of view of teenage boys, like 17,18,19 y olds, or anyone above. Do you feel like in these years boys are looking for serious relationships with girls/guys, or do they really just think with their dicks???
    Yes.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I know this is a broad question, hugely broad and maybe a little stereotypical, but I wanted to get the point of view of teenage boys, like 17,18,19 y olds, or anyone above. Do you feel like in these years boys are looking for serious relationships with girls/guys, or do they really just think with their dicks???
    My man and I were 17 when we got together, and have been together for aprx 2,5 years. I'll be moving to another country this fall, but we still have no intentions of ending our relationship.
    However, my man has always been very mature, and never was a very childish person (according to his parents.)
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I know this is a broad question, hugely broad and maybe a little stereotypical, but I wanted to get the point of view of teenage boys, like 17,18,19 y olds, or anyone above. Do you feel like in these years boys are looking for serious relationships with girls/guys, or do they really just think with their dicks???
    I have fancied girls at those ages and wanted to be together with them but at the same time I cannot lie that I also fantasised about leaving them walking like John Wayne.
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    18, yes, I'm only interested in relationships that have the potential to progress into something serious.

    I'd never get into a relationship with someone if I foresaw its end before it's even begun.
    same! I know so many girls and guys just down for 1 night stands or party hookups, but it just doesn't rly feel like me-i feel like if i were to get into a relationship it would really have to be with someone who i admire and pushes me to be the best i can
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    a lot of people aren't mature enough at this age to have a good relationship, no matter what the gender. It's not everyone though, so I wouldn't say it was worth avoiding dating someone you liked as they might be the exception
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    my ideal senario would be meeting a girl early and staying with that one girl for as long as we love each-other.
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    I'm 21 years old and very in love with my girlfriend. We've discussed marriage and haven't done anything remotely sexual yet, and probably won't until we get married, which I actually prefer. I think it's romantic.
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    As a 19y/o:
    Yes. Exclusively yes. I hate the idea of "flings".
 
 
 
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