So basically being 15 and going to college and taking classes on campus causes some issues. Honestly not many 18/19 year olds would even consider a 15 year old. I recently just got some fantastic advice on how I should value a girl not like her. So basically treat her as if she is "one of a kind" and not just think if all else fails there is "plenty of fish in the sea". Though going on a date would be a bit awkward, I am going to get a job with a family friend making a pretty decent amount of money for a 15 year old. Like $8.75 an hour or something but it would just be weird. Knowing she would have to drive me everywhere we went. Now it is not impossible there are younger people that are around 16 that go but they are like a needle in haystack and you simply cannot tell the difference between them. I don't look at age I look at maturity, I always though of it is, Would you rather date a 20 year old with the matuirty of a 15 year old or date a 15 year old with the maturity level of a 20 year old? Now I would think it would be a simple answer, knowing he/she may be 20 though you could easily mistake them for a 15 year old if obvious reasons such as facial hair and stuff weren't there. Just wanted to get this out and see how other people would handle the situation.
Going to college at a younger age, Dating is an issue, how would you handle it?
What Girls Said 1
I went to college at 16, I told myself that I wasn't going to date anyways. So when guys did hit on me on campus, I just told them "No, thank you. I am not interested." When I was 17, I met an 18 year old guy, and we became friends. Once I turned 18, he asked me out and I decided to try dating him.
But no, I'm sorry but 15 is too young and not of legal age so I wouldn't date someone until they were at least 18. Where I live, it's illegal and I am not going to prison.0
What Guys Said 1
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