The 4 Years of High School: Guys Edition
Cougars on Campus: The Pros and Cons of Dating Younger Guys
Oh I stand corrected, but yes it's still weird man, it makes it look like your desperate and can't get a girl that's in college. What are you going to do, say yup this is my girlfriend she just got her drivers license, but its cool I pick her up from high school when I get outta class from college. It makes you look like a creeper no joke. What kind of idiot would want to date a high school freshman while in college, when he could be out drinking and fucking everything that moves? Legally, I might add. 7 years ago. profile picture. Kush_Squad. Posts: Karma: Posts: Pro. he likes it tight, theres no problem with that. 7 years ago. profile picture. Highschool senior currently dating a sophomore and going off to college next year (college is about 3 hrs away, and no car). but I've seen these relationships last for a little while (although tbh most of them were college freshmen/high school seniors rather than sophomores -- but that shouldn't be SO bad).
Fayr Barkley, a Human Behavior Research Expert and cougar expert, typically, a cougar is a woman who is over the age of 40, who dates a man 7 or more years her junior.
Barkley says a woman in her 20's is a kitten, a woman in her 30's is a puma, and a woman over the age of 60 is a panther. Regardless of which type of kitty a woman may be, Barkley says any woman with the right attitude can be a cougar.
With less than 2 years age difference between herself and her recent younger ex-boyfriend, Chelsea Citro, a student at Syracuse University SUstill considers herself a bit of a cougar.
While Chelsea was a freshman in college, her boyfriend at the time was a senior in high school. Chelsea says that dating a younger guy while in high school is much different than dating a younger guy while in college.
DATING A SENIOR AS A FRESHMAN
For Chelsea, two years younger is her limit. Chelsea says the most difficult part of her relationship was when she came to Syracuse University for college.
He had no idea what I was going through because he's still in high school. Emma Post, a junior at Johnson State College, dated a guy 3 years her junior. The relationship only lasted 2 months. Hilary Ricigliano, a sophomore at Syracuse University, loves dating her younger man. Hilary does not consider herself a cougar.
More info year-old Sanda Micic, a senior at Southern Vermont College, is dating an year-old freshman, and loves it. Thinking of becoming a college cougar?
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Skip to main content. By Heather Rinder in Dating. Posted May 02 - Better watch out boys; the cougars are on the prowl. Who are the Cougars?
Is it weird to date a sophomore in high school if you're a freshman in college? - GirlsAskGuys
Why they love the youngsters: Being the older, smarter, more experienced one can be quite the self-esteem booster. Younger men can be more eager to please a woman both in and out of bed.
Find matching schools based on Real Live College Guy Sean: If you don't want to marry her, don't let her ruin your experience. My now ex-fiance and I had been together since freshmen year of hs when he went to college my senior year.
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Legality aside, the maturity levels are usually too different for that to work out. Select as Most Helpful Opinion? Fuck, I'll make it 6 for the next one. Yeah that fits under the category as robbing the cradle fucked up shit. I would say that's fine.
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