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Especially as my younger sister was older than her. I would have no qualms about hooking up as long as they were legal, but dating is out of the question. I get that it's legal but the looks you would get when people ask where she goes to school and she responds, "Local High School" would be soul crushing. Is there a stereotypical negative connotation to this in USA?Completely different life experiences and expectations. Frankly, I don't see it as a big problem in my country.My niece had a boyfriend who was one year ahead, and he went to the local college, and they stayed a couple, and it was fine.He lived on campus, but it's only about a mile from her house, and they went to college things together.Here are 10 things you should know before flirting with that senior you have a crush on. Don't go around acting as though they won't care or be interested or think that you're not on their level just because they have a little more life experience than you. That senior you're crushing on might not even have time for anything serious, so if that's your primary aim, beware!
The amount and distribution of free time throughout the day differs for sure.Dating somebody who still lives at their parents house full time (and not in a "I moved back in with my parents" way, but in a "I still live at home as part of finishing up my childhood" way) would just be way way too weird even if they were super awesome and insanely mature for their age.As a freshman, maybe a sophomore, I might have dated a senior if she was already planning on going to the same college as me.We started dating when we were both in high school though. I dated a 19 to year old college girl when I was 22, it was honestly kind of a drag. I know going from high school to college my schedule changed a shit load.I don't even drink that much but it kind of sucks when your entire group of friends is going to a 21 concert and you can't go because you're dating a college freshman. I stayed up late and slept in on weekdays and i don't think a high school girls schedule would have been compatible with my freshman year of college schedule.