You need a girl in her twenties or thirties that's got a smokin hot body with a beautiful face along with a very intelligent sharp brain
Fuck Yeah. You're my hero. I'm not dead until I'm in the ground and my women should feel the same.
@OlderAndWiser so what age ranges would you go up to then? Youngest to oldest.
@Starbers999 I don't expect any woman younger than 50 to be interested in me, and I don't pursue women younger than 50, but if a younger woman pursued me, I would not automatically say "no." I date looking for a long term relationship and it is difficult to imagine having that much in common with a girl 35 years old.I had one date with a woman who is 82. If you saw her, you would guess that she is 62. She is healthy, active, and vibrant and I would have continued dating her if there had been a mutual interest. She wanted someone who was retired and had enough wealth to travel frequently.I dated a woman who is 78 years old. We had three or four dates. She finally realized that she will never get over her deceased husband (died 10 years ago) and shouldn't be dating so we parted on very friendly terms. She, also, was healthy and active and a relationship with her was very plausible to me.MORE
Then I respect you Sir.
Only a man comfortable in his own skin would act like this - I always respect men who look for age appropriate partners.
@Starbers999 I appreciate your kind words.
Well does this count I did work for an 80 year old Swedish woman in her home, she will be 81 in August and we've been out to dinner five times now me and my brother went out with her on five different occasions the one we even treated her, she's a Wine Drinker. Does that count or is it just a friendship? I know what it to me though, I just wanted to see your opinion on it.
@Iron_Man Did you see it as a romantic interest? If so, did she know that?
No not at all she looks good for her age and she dresses real classy and she's intelligent and talks a lot but that's just way way to much for me the age difference. She's a friend with a lot of great stories. She used to be a stewardess then she worked for an attorney's office in Miami Beach
@Iron_Man Yes, it would have been a huge age gap.
But by "growing together" you mean arguing together, because that's what life entails. Whether it be finances, children, or careers, your mutual immaturity will always lead to arguments and fights (esp. finances).Why not consider someone who's 20 years your senior? He had already been through that which your about to go through; therefore, he now knows how to navigate through life, no arguments! The only couple that can truly "grow together" would be the 23 year old woman accepting the marriage proposal of the 45 year old man. It will be a marriage where the number of arguments can be counted on one hand...
No shit you can't connect with someone a decade younger. He would be 12.
Wow really? Why so low?
Ion want no old dude
27 is not old if you are 23? For realz?
Honestly im 23 and prefer my guy be 23. But if i like him enough, i’ll give 21/22/24/25 a try.
LOL Fair enough!
2 years is too big? Y'all around the same age.. XD...
@JDavid25 i said over
Well it's still the same wit that.. 3 years ain't much either.. XD
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I think it really depends on the situation between the two people, just because they are different in age doesn’t mean they won’t have things in common or in same kind of life situations
I must be wired like a man then... this is how I feel.
I agree with you. I've got kind of the same situation. People generally start settling with their partner at around age 25. I don't know if I want that yet, but I also know that I can't stay the way it's currently now.
Nice thats hot. Where u ever with older guys when u where under age
I'm gonna agree.
I’d instinctively like to agree, it seems like either a psychological imbalance is bringing them together or something ingenuous. However, the only way anyone can judge, is by being in either persons shoes, because then you would be able to understand at least one of their perspectives. Often I feel, any girl who dates any young guy is dumb, I mean, why? Unless they are the exception to the rule and been raised with very mature values and discipline, what are you getting out of it? Just a lesson? Whatever happens between two people in love, only they will understand, and if it’s attraction to maturity, likely that makes a girl mature
Wouldn't the hot girls need to feel the same way?
@coachTanthony the results here show that most of them dont... but it's just about age if you include money in the poll too then you'll see😉
Yeah money is a good point.. that would of been something! Maybe a new poll down the road!
Since I was 16 always thought older girls were the only ones ready to fuck. I Had a big cock and wanted it to fit. Had a 22 yr old woman who enjoyed my size and she taught me how to please a woman. We kept fucking for about two years but never dated or did I go to her house. Later learned she was married and I was just for sex. W as crushed. Hoped to find another but still searching. Seems like the only horny girls are 18-25. Most are too small and need to be stretched before I fit
Is he rich?
What in the fuck did I just read lmao... he's definitely rich... it's not even a question
It is a question, it had a question mark and I wanted to confirm before I accused her of being a gold digger...
English isn't your first language is it. You're not getting the context of my comment.
You're getting blocked... That's all I have to say to you, you don't deserve anymore of my time.
I wasn't even taking shots at you lmao. Clearly your understanding of the nuances of the English language is limited.
25 year old sensitive baby lol
Nope. Not rich.
Basically all girls 5 years younger than me, think they are older than me, I’d double-check your assumptions looking back, likely not what you thought
@Platypus007 You're from the US. If I've learned anything on this site is that the dating world in the US is faaaaaaar from what the dating life is like here in Croatia...So I really speak only from my experience and from my friends and parent's experiences...And you speak from yours - American viewpoint - which is completely different.
I was in Croatia sand Serbia just last October, I know it’s different over there, there is many differences, and much of it has to do with status and economic differences and opportunities between the genders, and whatever that means, between the goals of women, and what they pursue... stability and marriage or “true love” and those aren’t mutually exclusive, the problem with the Balkan countries and I really have spent time there, is basic “male-dominated machismo, and wealth and girls who are either enchanted by it or disgusted by it, regardless, both know what it is” I probably agree with you, it’s different as hell
Btw: Croatia is awesome, love it, unfortunately, i wasn’t able to see all the seasonal beach areas and explore, I was there just last November so I just stayed in Zagreb, everyone was great and had a great time. I was shocked how nationalistic everyone was, between thenformer Yugoslav nations, it makes sense, but I found everyone to be friendly, fun and concerned about how much more fun I was having than in Serbia, really great. You are from a great country
@Platypus007 Haha Yeah, Croatians can be very reserved, but friendly at the same time... kind of an oxymoron. You should come to the coastline sometimes - people are even better!
You know what it feels like? Being an American over there in the off season? Basically, well, it seems like there are two different types of bars/clubs, either local/traditional (playing local music and relating to one another, wondering why i was there but friendly) OR, it’s a bar/club that caters to foreigners and they all loved me being there, it was like one or the other... but I really liked chatting with especially older Croatians so proud to explain things and the food etc, history, and I arrived from Serbia and they all had to explain stuff to me, I really felt people were happy to chat, it was really nice.
Would love to go in the summer and see all those places, in postcards, so beautiful
@Platypus007 Yeah, older Croatians love to talk about history and the conflicts and wars that have been going on here in the past. To them it's like it happened yesterday, which I can understand.