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theres this guy were friends and recently i found out he has feelings for me, I do for him too. Hes amazing and one of few guys I actually ever trusted. Hes perfect, only im 20 and hes 18. Should i go for it or too weird?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    It sounds like you really like him and trust is a big thing... go for it :) Good Luck

    Happy New Year :D

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Well age is just a number but you have remember that all most any guy in their teens and 20's and allot of them in their 30's and even older have no idea what the word commitment means or entails ,,,, It's usually I do until they don't want to anymore and then they invent reason for not being around as much as before or just plain leaving when things go a little sour or get a little rough,,,, They are ready to play house and grown up until they get used to it and it starts to get boring and their interest starts to fade ,,,, Young people shouldn't be so ready to tie themselves down to just one person so early in life ,,,, Give your self a chance to live a little ,,,,, Find out whats out there ,,,, It's always a good idea for a young person to get as broad a range of acquaintances as they can ,,,, meet as many people as you can so that when you are ready to settle down to a more serious or involved relationship you can make a smarter or wiser choice as to just who and what kind of a person you want to do this with ,,,, Who knows ,,,, If you tie your self down too early you might be blowing your chances of meeting Mr Right so to speak ,,,,, There are exceptions to every thing though and maybe this 18 year old might be different but it's doubtful ,,,,, He's got the same urges and desires as any other boy his age and he has the same things to deal with ,,,,, This boils down to the fact that no one can make this decision for you nor can they live your life for you either ,,,, Each person has to live with the consequences or rewards of their own decisions ,,,, But either way be prepared to live with them ,,,, Give this situation some time ,,,, if the feelings you have for him and he has for you are genuine then this whole thing will stand the test of time ,,,, Think about this from all angles ,,,, The percentages of him being Mr Right are slim when you think about your age and your age differences plus a few other things ,,,, I don't see anything wrong if the two of you continue to date and see each other ,,,, There are allot of fish in the pond though so to speak ,,,, Just don't shut yourself off from them completely,,,, that goes for him too ,,,, Mostly he's too young to make solid decisions or decisions with lasting consequences ,,,,, And really at 20 you are too ,,,, Have fun with each other ,,,, just leave other channels open is all I'm saying and don't be in such a hurry ,,,, Neither one of you are going anywhere too soon I don't think ,,,,,So you have plenty of time ,,,,,Good luck what ever you deside ,,,,, Yoda told you this ,,,,,

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Go for it ! You'll never know unless you try. And may forever regret not finding out what you may have missed out on.

    Life is too short to not take the occasional chance, and it may be the best thing to ever happen to you !!!

    Starting a relationship as friends is the best way to start one. My fiance and I were friends in the beginning and are still friends but very much in love too. I have never been happier !

    I hope you end up as happy as I am !

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  • 1 decade ago

    Go for it!!! I am 13 months older than my husband - and we met at 15 & 16. Still together now - 17 years later. Trust your heart - actual age doesn't matter, it's personal maturity that counts. Well... attraction, chemistry, personalities, and respect. The maturity thing takes a while (especially for guys) Good luck!

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  • 1 decade ago

    go for it hun, its only 2 years. my friend is 9 years younger than her husband - shes 31 and he is 40. 2 years is nothing!

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  • 1 decade ago

    You think an 18 year kid is marriage material?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    yeah go for it 2 years is nothing only if i was 2 years older.

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  • 1 decade ago

    two years is nothing if it works just don't jump into anything you might regret till you know he is mature enough after all he just became an adult but by all means break him in real good to adult hood if you know what i mean :) GOOD LUCK

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  • 1 decade ago

    Its only 2 years...go for it if you really like him_

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  • 1 decade ago

    try it out for a day(if he says yes) and if it doesn't work out then tell him that

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