Well I'm basically well out of my comfort zone here! I've just turned 17, just about to finish year 12 at school and now like a girl in year 10 at school - somebody I don't know at all, but what I've seen/heard I like. Although it's not the end of the world if I don't ask her out, I'd like some opinions on how to potentially 'get in there' with younger girls. At my school our year don't mix with year 10s, so I don't really have much excuse/chance to talk to her, and parties with year 10 and 12 would never happen.
I've dated a few girls properly, my last girlfriend for 18 months, and normally know what to do, and seem to be able to sort my friends out too. Normally I just spend a week or more getting to know a girl through teasing etc, then ask her out before we are close to the 'friends zone' - if she likes me that is, or at parties.
This girl is the most attractive in her year, or even the school, so I don't know if the 'older guy' thing will have the edge it usually does.
But yes. I am screwed for ideas on how to talk to her on this one. Part of me just thinks I should casually ask her out, but if some random girl asked me out I'd be slightly confused. So how do you build a relationship without any foundations whatsoever?
Oh and yer, what are your views on dating someone 2 years below?
Cheers for answers guys. Much appreciated!
And actually passed?