It isn't like you are asking them to ask her out for you.You are simply trying to gauge the potential for mutual interest without screwing up your friendship. Once you have their input, move forward (or back off, depending on what they say) but do so slowly and carefully.(If you are new here, tune in to what she says often, because she usually is right, BTW.) This isn't just any girl. You approach carefully for the reasons you've laid out.I would advise sitting down with your friend and having a heart to heart.So, before you make a move on her friend, I'll advice that you talk to your sister about this first. And when you say the age difference is 4 years, I Hope you don't mean 18 and 14, lol, Cos, that'll just bee unacceptable.Then again, I hope you know that, just because you are feeling her friend, is not a guarantee that her friend is feeling you, There is no big deal in dating your younger sister friend as long as you have a good plan 4 her.I’ve never been in a relationship and have no idea how my brother would react to this.
Usually I would agree with you, but in this case, R4T is right.The only time it is un acceptable is if you just want to play around with her, but all the same, you need your sister consent.@Poster, It's actually advisable not to get involved with your younger sister's friend,the resultant effect is that your sister won't accord you the deserved respect,after all you're dating her friend so she's going to feel equal.I'm sure of this because i've witnessed it happen with a friend of mine.Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick!Some forums can only be seen by registered members.I was thinking that maybe I just shouldn’t tell my brother but that doesn’t feel right. First off, the absolute worst thing you can do is try to hide this from your brother.