:- ( I have always felt that anywhere between 0 and 3 years apart is okay for most teens, and anywhere between 0-5 years apart is someone for most twenty-somethings.
The experiential jump form High School to College Nah, I dated a guy who was a senior in high school the year after I graduated. They have an extremely weird history of lawsuits based on this stuff.
These are truisms known to anyone who has watched 10 minutes of a teen movie or spent 10 minutes in a high school cafeteria.
So are some other old prom-era chestnuts: Teen boys are primarily—obsessively?
I'm not completely up to date on what a senior and stuff is, but if you're asking if it's weird that an 18 year old dates a 17 year old then fuck no. Like teens who exchange nude pics with consent being charged for pedophilia and actually being found guilty when the age difference was one or two years. But realize that you're basically at the mercy of their legal guardian's rules - with that small of an age difference, it's unlikely to go bad, but hey. As long as you play by the rules, doesn't matter what anyone else says - do what feels right to you, because that's the only thing that will matter further down the road.
Sorry for the Life Advice, but the Age Gap Issue has ended up close to my heart.
Just be aware of your local age of consent and the laws surrounding it because however special your relationship is it is I don't think it's weird. That means more when you're young, but seriously it's not a big deal.: Nope that was the situation with my girlfriend of 8.5 years. I will say that going to a senior prom again sucked real bad though, so be ready for that.
There is a HUGE difference between most 17 & 18 year olds, and most people in (even) their early 20s.
Why would it be weird for an 18 year old and 20 year old to date?