The cocky kind that think they are the shit, and recieve a respective ass kicking.
After all, you didn’t exactly grow up at the same time.
In every high school, there’s almost certainly going to be a hot jock type dating a lucky underclassman; it’s a given.
I’m dating a guy who is three years younger than me.
This is something that, for whatever reason, almost always illicits weird reactions from people.
The cheerleader and her young stud were probably only two years apart, if that, so why all the shock? Needless to say, under the watchful gaze of the student body, the relationship didn’t last more than a month, but that was just long enough for it to transform the sophomore into the most wanted guy at school. Well, people just looked at her funny, confused; she was still popular but people remembered her more for her brief cradle-robbing than any of her other accomplishments.
So, this is my question: Why is it that whenever an upper classman guy dates a younger girl, he’s applauded, but when an upper classman girl dates a younger guy she’s labeled as odd?
It’s easy to see why these prom asks have become so popular in our digital age.
Teens are already sharing every aspect of their lives online to boost their self-esteem, and promposals are the perfect mechanism for more peer validation.
Just snap a picture of your asker with a bouquet of flowers and a giant “PROM?
” sign and share it with your Facebook friends for instant gratification.
Assuming everything still works out between us, is it OK for a college girl to date a high school boy? I know things may change before fall, but I’m getting anxious about it now.