My friends think it's weird that I'm dating a 52 year old guy.He actually look like he is in his 30's honestly, I'm 20 and he's 50, we honestly don't care about the age and he is really mature, he doesn't pressure me about sex and he's so Intelligent (not trying to be cocky but...I do have to remind him of my age and that i am still learning.I on the other hand get annoyed by how much he plans out things and at the way he looks at the world so harshly.Because those cologne-wearing, Dolce-upgraded, French-press-drinking, 30-something hunks are a whole different animal. He likely believes he's seen everything, or at least more than you because he's older, so prove him wrong. He'll be impressed and allured by your precocious disposition.4. You can't get totally obliterated Saturday night and ruin the whole next day because — guess what? Don't talk about the age difference — but if he brings it up, play it coy. When my mom was 24, she became pregnant with me and married my dad, who was 49.So, now that I've glorified older men enough (don't worry, young, 20-something lads, your day will come…something I'm sure you all heard as freshman during “Hell Week”), the next logical step is to break down what goes into dating them. A challenge is enticing, but don't take it too far, lest you become an angry remonstrance.
I mean he has kids (they stay with his mom but even they think it's okay) He was never married but I have a feeling he's gonna ask me to marry him on my birthday, he's gonna take me and my girls out to dinner and I just don't want them to shun him. He's an entrepreneur and I own a bake shop, crossing my fingers that everything goes well with a certain deal I'm working up to open 5 of my own baking stores. And for all the bitches out there don't question the love I have for him, the only reason I'm asking is because I'm seriously trying to see whats wrong with this picture, cause I feel like nothings wrong so I'm asking other for their opinion.
We get eachother's humor, and I just love him with all my heart.
It's one of those things where you just have to see it. He's an entrepreneur and I own a bake shop, crossing my fingers that everything goes well with a certain deal I'm working up to open 5 of my own baking stores. And for all the bitches out there don't question the love I have for him, the only reason I'm asking is because I'm seriously trying to see whats wrong with this picture, cause I feel like nothings wrong so I'm asking other for their opinion.
I am very optimistic and when I talk to my partner about our age gap he says he hardly notices and that my optimistic outlook and imagination makes his life lighter and easier to take on.
For me, he seems to be my rock (for lack of a better word) he is balanced and keeps me from day dreaming too much or setting goals too high to the point they are in fact niave and not possible. He gets mad at me when I forget things or any form of childness in a matter due to lack of experiance.
They have a specific, thought-out reasoning as to why they're only romantically compatible with guys who are older… Throughout my entire love life — or whatever you want to call what has been 23 years of going through men, some for longer than others — I have never so much as lusted after any guy who is younger than I am. Without going too much into my dating career, the main factor in all of my relationships — significant or otherwise — has always been the man's age.
For me, and many other women like me, it all begins with a number. Before agreeing to a set-up, as a follow-up response or even playing a flirtatious game, I always find the answer to the question, “So, how old are you? And if you don't know who the Seavers are from “Growing Pains,” then you don't stand a chance.
Sometimes age can not be looked upon when you feel so strongly about someone.
After all I do recall hearing that when you are an adult age doesn't matter.(though I know I am by no means a 'full adult' and i still very young and niave to things) I would... After all I do recall hearing that when you are an adult age doesn't matter.(though I know I am by no means a 'full adult' and i still very young and niave to things) I would like to see others point of view on this matter and what their views are simply because it really is interesting to me and I learn a lot from educated views on this matter... and the question for people with an older man or women: So the back story is: I do not have a father, I was raised by a very old mother and not around kids my age but adults.
Anyway he works in the computer field and only part time. Well when he got the job he started staying gone until like am then 4 then 5. We both have cell phones and instead of calling and letting me know he had a side job to do or what ever he claims he just forgot to call.
And when I call him he starts to stumble over his words and is flippant with his answers. I've been in your shoes, don't waste your energy playing detective.