A girl I thought was pretty caught my eye at a local park, so we got to know each other. It's been established that we both like each other, and we only have a 2 year difference (She's 12). Turns out though, she is in sixth grade.. Now I feel dirty and try to avoid her. She usually stares at me when I'm walking down the street or I'm on the other side of the park, so recently I decided to text her saying this "Hey. Just so we're on the same page, you're too young." She responded with "Ok. Idc". But I'm at least 80% positive she was lying. Her friends tells me she likes me too. I feel really uncomfortable when we are around each other now, and I act like I'm not interested. I still can't get over her though, because when I see her I genuinely can't explain the excitement. Is that wrong? Should I keep avoiding her? Should I let her know we should just be friends? Would I look like a pedophile if we went out? I asked my friends what they think and 1 said that he doesn't care, but it would be a little weird, another friend says that he thinks we'd be a cute couple. The internet says that I should wait until I'm a senior and she's a freshman. What should I do? I really like her, but I need to know if that is wrong. Hopefully someone has had a somewhat similar experience? A girl maybe? I already understand what conceqences may occur, but I'm only concerned with the morality of the situation. I know she still likes me, and is waiting for me to make a move. Any advice or opinions are welcome. You can tell me the harsh truth if you'd like. Don't try to sugar coat.
Most Helpful Girl
Honesty if you guys really wanna date, wait a few years.. I mean when you hear 14-12 dating, it's wrong but like eventually 19-17 dating doesn't seem weird now right? My parents have like 4-5 years difference but of course they were in their 20s when they dated0
Most Helpful Guy
Nothing wrong at all.1