Sophomore dating freshman

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You've finally gotten through the fears of freshman year and the slump of sophomore status to reach the top of the mountain: upperclassman status. Taste the sweetness of knowing you'll soon be college-bound. Look down from the heights and nod, with greatness and favor, to the small ones below.

Sometimes sophomore is shortened to “soph.” As a side note, the word “sophomoric,” means juvenile or, as Merriam-Webster’s dictionary puts it, “conceited and overconfident of knowledge but poorly informed and immature.” Not that that describes college sophomores, right?

It took me a little while to learn that when I first got here.

I knew “freshman”; that makes sense, as does “senior”, but I didn’t know why a “sophomore” should come before a “junior”.

Dating a younger guy isn’t weird because he’s younger – it’s weird because of the way society makes you feel about it. There’s nothing you can do but just look at them and wonder how their thought process works. The 10 worst moments in any relationship Follow Gurl, pretty please!

I mean, sure, there are some things that are different about dating someone who isn’t your age, but for the most part it’s really not that big of a deal. The most common reaction to the age difference is total shock, followed by the question “But how did you meet? Sometimes when you’re with him and all of his friends, you might feel a little out of place. You learn that people are rude enough to ask questions like, “But why would you date someone younger than you?

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