Rollins dilemma! chicks - there is always a catch :(
Hey peoples, im having a bit of a dilemma at the moment.
as a second job i am a part time kitchen hand at a place that does functions, wedding receptions etc.
a new waitress started a little while ago, very pretty, my height, short blonde hair, though she has her 'libret' (spelling?) pierced - you know the bit of skin under your bottom lip? - ew bad. she looks about 18/19 years old.
anyway, we have been talking a little, she is a really nice person, which is bloody unusual for brisbane, all the decent chicks here either have boyfriends or are total up themeselves b!tches. actually...i havent asked her if she has a bf yet...so this thread my come to naught anyway.
so anyway, we were talking, i find out she is 16...bad bad bad bad. im 21...
were i to go out with her, my intentions would be entirely honorable (i cannot stress that enough! im NOT after sex - i know if i had a daughter i would kill any guy that touched her :p)
my parents are 5 years apart, but it was like 20 to 25, not 16 to 21...
im dont drink, and dont go clubbing often, so the age difference re: 'going out on the town' thing shouldnt worry me too much, but the question is:
Is she too young? mentally (and definatly phisicaly!!) she is older than her age suggests, but i have a sad feeling in my heart that she is too young for it to be "socially acceptable" for us to go out - what do you all think?
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Re: Rollins dilemma! chicks - there is always a catch :(
Just see how it goes as friends. Don't rush anything. If it works out for you, you have all the time in the world. Bearing in mind that you "might" cop a bit of flack from family and friends... that does disapear over time. BTW - There is 6yrs between my wife and I.
When she is 20, you'll be 25....
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