My teacher and I are 17 years apart, yet we are good friends

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My teacher and I are 17 years apart, yet we are good friends. We get along great, never stop laughing and smiling around each other. We spend all day together talking and growing closer. I find myself very attracted to him and I think he knows how I feel. I'm not sure if it is me just feeling what I want to feel but somtimes when he walks behind me he touches my butt and if I look at him after he has done it he smiles and continues walking. He is constintly winking at me and giving me harder work than the rest of the class because he knows I am ahead of them, and when I am working on it, he comes over to check on me and we end up talking and laughing until we are interupted. I am 16 so the only reson he could get in trouble for is with the school, so I am wondering if I am crazy for thinking that a relationship with him is possible? Advice
Forget about it until you graduate from h.s.

You can continue to be friends but the next time he touches you inappropriately, you should look at him and frown. That kind of behavior is illegal especially between teachers/students. It could get him fired from his job.

Other than that, enjoy your relationship but, as I said, wait until you graduate from h.s. before having a relationship outside of school.

Additionally, if you are skipping your high school relationships with other boys that will be something you may regret later in life.

Good luck!

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