Bit odd that's your old teacher, hence the other guy's reference to Macron i was thinking of the little britain sketch when a teacher married his pupil.
But 6 year's isn't too bad. I'd say if you want to try then try it. See if you have a connection. It sounds that you both like each other and socially speaking 6 years isn't the worst age gap that's out there. Report 1 year ago 7. I'd say it's okay, it wasn't like he held feelings for you while he was your teacher, your age difference isn't that big.
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He wasn't really a teacher for you for long either. You dont even need to say that he used to be your teacher, just mention him being met at the wedding. Definitely a coincidence though. If you like him, and make sure you like him and aren't just going for it of course, there's really nothing weird about it at all.The Dead Are More Visible">The Dead Are More Visible
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You'd only be breaking rules if he was still your teacher in sixth form maybe, i'm not entirely sure but it is frowned upon in school but no laws are being broken and no school rules are being broken if he's still a teacher. So honestly, you're completely fine.
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I don't think many people would judge you and if they did then they aren't really worth it. If you feel like you like him and are safe with dating him I'd say do what you want but there's no real problem to it. Report Thread starter 1 year ago 8. Original post by 1Dudette4Ever There's nothing wrong with it.
Report 1 year ago 9. Original post by Anonymous Looool.
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But seriously, what should I do? Report Thread starter 1 year ago Original post by matwillis Bit odd that's your old teacher, hence the other guy's reference to Macron i was thinking of the little britain sketch when a teacher married his pupil. Report 1 year ago Well, are you interested in him? Get to know him a bit more if you are, make sure he's not looking for a fling unless you're into that who knows haha and why worry about what others say? It's what you feel that should be most important to you. Original post by Anonymous Very true, that's why I was saying it could be awkward.
But I think I'll see how it goes then. Original post by Anonymous I'd say it's okay, it wasn't like he held feelings for you while he was your teacher, your age difference isn't that big. Original post by SwanQueen Go for it! There's absolutely nothing wrong with what you're doing. Original post by shivvs Well, are you interested in him? I think you should see and go on dates and stuff. Posted on the TSR App. Download from Apple or Google Play.
Original post by Anonymous I think you should see and go on dates and stuff. Original post by Anonymous We exchanged numbers after and I thought this was as friends. On the one hand I was thrilled and screaming on the inside with joy since I do remember all the girls at sixth form had a crush on him The age difference isn't that bad since he's only 6 years older I'm 20 and he's turning 26 later in the year.
There's no rules but TBH if he fancies an ex student I'd be worried it will happen again. You're only a year older than his oldest students And you literally said you want to date him ecause all your school friends fancied him, is this really going to be equal? Oops, nobody has posted in the last few hours. Why not re-start the conversation? Oops, nobody is replying to posts. Why not reply to an un-answered thread? The time we spend together is all around lovely and always seems to go by too fast.
However, it's not evolving very quickly as far as the physical aspect goes. I think our background situation is part of the problem.
I'm starting to realize he's not making too many moves because he's basically the one who would look like he's taking advantage or whatever, even though I'm clearly into him. Should I just make moves myself? He hasn't rejected any physical contact I've initiated, but he still seems to treat me like this precious little thing that he adores but can't touch. It's adorable and frustrating at the same time. I want to make things progress SOON. And I'm not sure how to go about this. I also thought about addressing the whole "former student-teacher" issue directly to him, and basically talk it out openly.
We have been avoiding this subject in a pretty obvious way, and I'm sensing some holding back on that particular point. So I don't know. What do you guys think? My friends say I'm the one with the upper hand and that it's basically up to me. He's a shy guy on top of it. Please don't tell me he's not into me lol He is. He treats me like a queen, and he basically introduced me as his girlfriend on New Year. However, something's holding him back a little, and I want to loosen him up some. Or perhaps I should just let things evolve naturally and be relaxed and patient? Maybe the fact that it's going slower than past relationships isn't such a bad thing?
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If more than a month and 4 to 6 "dates", I'd have the talk with him. There's a good chance that he bonded with you as a student and, as a good teacher will do, switched off any possibility of anything more, even as a fantasy. That switch can be hard to change back once it's set. It's like you developing a great friendship with a guy while you're involved with someone.
You turn the sex switch off and he then just doesn't appear sexual to you, even though you might love him dearly as a friend. Later, if circumstances change, you have to evolve your feelings and thoughts into becoming comfortable being sexual with him and finding him sexually attractive, even if you might otherwise have found him that way anyway.
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Although I find him insanely attractive and really have to fight the urge as I'm often told the man should be the one initiating. And yes, yesterday was our 5th date. He has wanted to kiss me several times already and twice yesterday , but then blushed and chickened out. I guess I might have to have a talk with him.
I'm not sure yet. It's a process Adding, try, when out having a good time, taking his hand, spontaneously. Last edited by carhill; 11th January at
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