Also, just for the record, back in the dark ages people were getting MARRIED at 10=15!!! For them it was a status thing....
Snoink wrote:With that said, I think, 21-year-olds and younger are waaaaay too immature to have a real relationship. ;)
What I find funny is that most responses are from a 15-year-old who say, "Oh, 14-year-olds and younger are too immature to have a real relationship." Or from 14-year-olds who say, "Oh, 13-year-olds and younger are too immature to have a real relationship." XD
XxJoJoxX wrote:When you ask someone out to a dance or on a date, doesn't it make sense that you actually *talk* to this person?But no... In fact, the "couples" at the dance were the furthest away from eachother and didn't even speak for the duration of the social. How is that dating?I believe that you should only begin dating when you are ready to take it seriously( no, not sex.That's just another debate altogether). This automatically counts out anyone below the age of 14( and even that is young), because there are certain lessons that only life experience can teach you.
XxJoJoxX wrote:And that PROVES maturity. Self-realization. I'll explain...I, knowing myself and the age groups below me (due to my recent membership) know that I am not mature enough as of now to enter a mature and committed relationship. From the mouth of an adolescent.So it's all the more credible, lol.
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