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In animation, the trope can be invoked without fully using it in the case of teenagers, where one character is only a few years younger than their crush, but differing rates of physical development makes the crush look a lot older than them. of kids get crushes on their teachers or on their older neighbors, or friends of their older siblings—and older siblings of their friends.
(One resolution is for differences between the older and the same-age siblings to be mostly maturity; when the kid and the same-age sibling grow up, Settle for Sibling can be a happy ending.) See also Puppy Love, where two little kids crush on in the relationship, see Wife Husbandry, Jail Bait Wait, Teacher/Student Romance, and May December Romance.
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