Zecro wrote:You actually could pretend they are in the third or second grade, and nothing would really change. Much older than that, and you're going for changing the storyline and plot.
As for stereotyping age-related behaviour, I think that's called developmental psychology. Then there's also social psychology and who knows what else. It's more or less accurate, and the girls and Dexter would at least be, like, 9. But still, this isn't psychology.
Zecro wrote:And my high school doesn't even have three stories...
deflagratio wrote:I don't know of too many elementary schools with lockers in the halls but it is a classic setting for school social interaction. By having them in first grade they may have conversations that are ennuendo free.
deflagratio wrote:Also everyone knows that first grade is the last year of innocents in America. After 1st grade you slowly start learning cusswords and other such things from tv, older siblings, fellow classmates, and other influences. If you don't like them being in first grade just forget about it and insert grade here.
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