Is it completely normal and I am just being ridiculous ?

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For some time now I became friends with one of my friend's friend and he is 2 years younger than me (I am 20 so he is 18). He is really fun and my type too actually, we have good time whenever we are together or by texts especially now. However Idk why I keep on thinking about his age and that he is younger than me. I don't want to be like judged or anything coz usually girls like guys the same age or a bit older.
I was wondering if it's normal or quite an unusual thing for a girl my age to be attracted to a younger guy than her ?
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absolutely normal, not every girl has a thing for older men. hes pretty similar in age to you.
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No that's fine, you guys are not that far apart in age, and you are both adults. People don't always need to like olders.
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It's fine really, there's no hard rule against it, so if you like each other who cares about a 2 year difference? If you both want a relationship then go for it - good luck!
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It's fine- as long as everything is consensual, nothing illegally is going on and you are both happy together.
Trust your gut instinct and listen to what your feelings are telling you.
Don't allow other people's personal preferences and unsolicited advice to dictate your life.
Good luck!
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Nah, don't worry, it's normal. My mum is 2 years older than my dad.
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as long as you are both happy that what counts
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