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Should I Ask My (younger) Crush to Prom?

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amcurrington

amcurrington

So I’ve been crushing on this guy at my school for a couple of months, but there was one problem: I didn’t even know the guy! My friend (a guy in my youth), had a birthday party earlier this month and I decided to go. About an hour into the party, my crush shows up. I was trying my best to work up the nerve to say ‘hi’ to him, but it wasn’t working. Surprisingly he came over and said ‘hi’ first, and we had a nice conversation about our ambitions and dreams for the future and what not. When we went back to school the following week, the only greetings we shared were a few ‘hellos’ and smiles. I haven’t really talked to him since the party, but since then, I’ve grown to like him more now that I actually got to know him. I’m a junior, and prom is coming up in April and I don’t have a date. Would it be too forward to ask a guy I’ve only gotten to know within the past month, and whom I’ve had only one solid, good conversation with? Would it be wrong that he’s 16 and I’m 17? Is it wrong for a girl to ask a guy?

P.S. He’s a great guy, and I would really love to go with him.

December 21, 2014 at 19:25
Nickienicks

Nickienicks

To me, the fact that he even came up to you in the first place shows that he is interested! Guys are really weird about talking to girls, ( to my experience.) If a guy talks to you first, I think it’s a good sign. if you relate to him, and find what he had to say valuable, I would totally ask him. The worst he could do is say no. You should also pray about it. The Lord will show you the best thing to do. I don’t think the age difference is too great. If your heart is saying ask him, I would go for it. Best of luck!

December 21, 2014 at 20:42
sha566

sha566

Not at all! I would ask, I am a junior also and if I don’t get a date I am planning on asking an underclassmen just to have someone to go with since literally no one goes alone. I definitely would and try to talk to him more before the prom. God bless! 🙂

December 24, 2014 at 15:09
NerdyChick334

NerdyChick334

No, and no. It’s not wrong to be older and it’s not wrong to make the first move. Go for it. The worst that can happen is being told no. And I’m not sure how your proms work but if he’s a sophomore and can’t go to prom except as someone’s date, he’d probably be honored and incredibly flattered to be asked out by “you know, an older babe.” (to quote that kid form Hannah Montana) God bless! Hope it works out! 🙂

December 24, 2014 at 20:56
bethluvstheafters

bethluvstheafters

Ask him!!! It’s not wrong to go with a younger person to prom. Perhaps it would be a good idea to get more acquainted with him though in the next few months before you ask him. Good luck though!!!! I would love to go to prom with my crush but I would personally be WAY too nervous to make the first move! 🙂 You go girl!

December 26, 2014 at 22:58
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