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What do you do if you are a 14-year-old boy and want to date a 10-year-old girl?

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September 13, 2011 10:20AM

I am not sure if this is a 14 year old boy asking this question or a parent.

There really is nothing wrong with a date to the movies (parents driving them to the movies and picking them up.) Kids date younger these days, but they are minors so it's best to drive them to a movie, dance, etc., and pick them up. If you (they) don't like this idea then it comes down to "stay home!"

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Find someone else. 14 is way too old for a 10 year old. Wait a few years and the four years won't seem like so much. Just move on...

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I think this is fine. I am 14 and I went out with my best fiends 11 sister, and we had a great time. All thought she looks older then 11. And you don't need someone to drive you or pick you up you are waybill to take care of yourself and her.

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You ask her politely to spend some time with you. Take her to McDonalds. Treat her with respect, and she will appreciate this. She will know that you are for real, and who knows what the future will hold for the both of you. If you love each other, maybe it will last a lifetime.

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TEN YEARS OLD IS too young to date. If you want to be friends and do fun things together, you should be accompanied by one or both of her parents. Any parent who would let a 10 year old go out on a date unaccompanied, they are mentally deficient and not responsible parents. If they think a 10 year old girl is old enough to date, they should have their heads examined. (and need to have their ability to parent called into question).

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There is nothing wrong with a 14yr old & a 10yr year old going on a date.....a playdate! Sorry buddy, but you are both too young. The only difference between a "date" and a "playdate" is an adult goes with you guys when you go out. That's it! You do the same things- talking, having fun, getting to know one another.....if she is a mature 10 and you are a slightly immature, you could end up being good friends. If you feel that you "wouldn't be able to do anything" with adults around, then YOU are not mature enough to be anywhere unsupervised.