So there you are in the working world for the last three years, and now you can date sophomores in college. You have been out in the business world for eight years, and you want to be dating a girl fresh out of college?
You can go back to attending frat parties and having people throw up on you. Do you really want to date someone who hasn't actually had a real job yet and is still going out and drinking like a college student?
But I do know women, and lots of women in their 20’s. A few women may bridge this gap for lust or money or dimestore psychological reasons, but most of the 28-year-old women I know would prefer to date a great, stable 30-40 year-old – who also knows what Snapchat is. But don’t forget, you and your younger girlfriends are the EXCEPTION. When I was in my late 30’s I became involved with someone 15 yrs. The age difference did not seem especially significant during the 5 yrs we were together.
And the truth is that most of them are completely creeped out at the prospect of dating a guy who was alive when JFK was alive. Now in my mid 40’s though, the idea of dating someone in their 60’s does seem like a big difference in terms of where we each are in life.
You're 50, so that means you can date a woman who is 32.
And that means I can date a woman who is 16." From where did this ridiculous rule come?
I get contacted by a fair number of guys in their 20’s and most I don’t respond to because I just feel it won’t go anywhere. But I still feel that maybe it’s a mistake…what do I really have in common with this guy? However, if you’re looking for good, clean (and not-so-clean) fun with a young stallion, you can have an amazing time. However, if you’re looking for good, clean (and not-so-clean) fun with a young stallion, you can have an amazing time. I’m here to observe society and report back to you how things USUALLY work out. And when all my friends would make fun of me and say, “Why would you date an older woman when you could date a younger woman? As far as I’m concerned, every woman is better at 28 than at 23, better at 33 than at 28, and so on. You’re at the home buying, 401K saving, family planning phase of life – for MOST 46-year-olds.