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EU Students. Further information. News forums. Entertainment forums. Other interests. Home […] Forums Life and style Relationships. Confused about Clearing? Go to first unread. Skip to :. Cameron Badges: 5. Report Thread starter 3 years ago 1. Not me There are some girls in my year at school who all seem to be going out with 17 year olds and they are only 14 Is that weird or am I just annoying.
Not what you're looking for? Report 3 years ago 2. Report 3 years ago 3. It's not unusual.
In my school there's a 15 year old going out with a 22 year old. It shouldn't happen, but it's not unusual. And as long as it's not grooming, it's fine and you shouldn't worry about that. Report 3 years ago 4. Tiger Rag Badges: Report 3 years ago 5.
Original post by Savvy98 Don't really see a 3 year age difference as a problem. Report 3 years ago 6. Report 3 years ago 7. Student Badges: Report 3 years ago 8. Original post by ddsizebra nothing wrong with age gap, but I think age 14 is a little young to be deciding relationships especially since they're nearing examination years GCSES and A-levels.
Report 3 years ago 9. I didn't say up to uni Because uni is optional. I don't mind people dating on relationships after or even during A-levels. But GCSEs old some are the first most crucial exams and it's best to prepare for first official exams like these. I've seen some people break down because they spent more time with their partner than preparing for and exams to their career. Anonymous 1. Report 3 years ago Original post by Student After GCSEs and a levels many people go to uni and will have exams there so do you think people should be single until they're 21?
Original post by ddsizebra i didn't say up to uni I don't mind people deciding on relationships after or even during a-levels. But gcses for some are the first most crucial exams and it's best to prepare for first official exams like these. Amy06 Badges: