Can a yr 8 date a yr 10?

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I'm yr 8 and i like this yr 10 girl should i ask her out?
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She could get in trouble if she went out with a year 8.

When I was in year 8 I had a crush on this girl in year 11, and I had daydreams of us being together. Now that I am in year 12 I look back on that and realise it's best that those daydreams stayed that way as a 12/13 year old boy is at a completely different stage in their life than a 15-16 year old girl, not to mention that would look bad for the girl since she's older and a lot more mature.

It's fine to daydream and have a crush on a much older girl (comparatively) but I would say that you should stick to girls of your own age. That 14-15 year old girl wants completely different things to what you want, believe me. I don't want to put you down but she most likely isn't interested in a 12-13 year old boy.

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I guess but you are 100% going to get rejected
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(Original post by Cryoraptor)
She could get in trouble if she went out with a year 8.

When I was in year 8 I had a crush on this girl in year 11, and I had daydreams of us being together. Now that I am in year 12 I look back on that and realise it's best that those daydreams stayed that way as a 12/13 year old boy is at a completely different stage in their life than a 15-16 year old girl, not to mention that would look bad for the girl since she's older and a lot more mature.

It's fine to daydream and have a crush on a much older girl (comparatively) but I would say that you should stick to girls of your own age. That 14-15 year old girl wants completely different things to what you want, believe me. I don't want to put you down but she most likely isn't interested in a 12-13 year old boy.

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Thank you for the advice, also I just realised I should've mentioned we r both girls, and both interested in girls 🤣, but I understand where you are coming from
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I guess but you are 100% going to get rejected
Oh I know
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(Original post by S_roberts188)
Thank you for the advice, also I just realised I should've mentioned we r both girls, and both interested in girls 🤣, but I understand where you are coming from
No problem
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Im going to ask her out tomorrow, she will probably decline, but it will just show me that I need to go for my age ( I just often prefer to see if she will reject me)
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You would get 100% rejected and in the least bit she would say yes she would be looked at as a cougar and a pedo as in secondary school 2 year is a big difference
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Don’t do it
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it's an odd age gap.
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Year 8’s a bit young for a relationship in my opinion. In saying that, I’m now in year 12 and have never had one so make of that what you will.
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Year 8’s a bit young for a relationship in my opinion. In saying that, I’m now in year 12 and have never had one so make of that what you will.
I wouldn't think a bit of experimenting at that age is unhealthy but I would agree that a year 8 probably can't maintain a real relationship, especially with someone a lot older/more mature.
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put it this way, thats a 15 year old with a 12 year old potentially. thats borderline fiddler
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put it this way, thats a 15 year old with a 12 year old potentially. thats borderline fiddler
Wouldn't say it's fiddler, it's a maturity gap for sure though
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You would get 100% rejected and in the least bit she would say yes she would be looked at as a cougar and a pedo as in secondary school 2 year is a big difference
I'll tell you what happens tomorrow, though I know I'll get rejected, just in my mind it's better to try then to miss the opportunity
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put it this way, thats a 15 year old with a 12 year old potentially. thats borderline fiddler
yes it is, but in the best case scenario it's a 13 yr old and a 14 yr old.
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yes it is, but in the best case scenario it's a 13 yr old and a 14 yr old.
That's all good.
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