Thank you for the MHO 😊 @ItzLaura
That said, I think little of it as long as it involves two consenting adults.
I also have a female friend in her 40s who recently got married to a guy in his late 20s. And they look happy enough together but what's especially impressive is that they managed to have a healthy child together while she was in her 40s.
that chart also applies to the laws of attraction for women as well.
@Tdieseler Could you explain that one a bit to me? I am not so well-versed in terms of these laws.
let me put it this way... the green line is their willingness to have sex when hit on, and the black line is their attractiveness... or should i say, number of guys who hit on em. you get it now?and just for kicks im going to call @Wowgirl10q into this... i know she's gonna come at me lol, knowing full well im right.
@Tdieseler Oh I see now. :-D For me at least though, as far as the black line, it changes as I age to my surprise. Now in my late 30s, I find in their 30s more attractive (not just my wife). It's almost like a straight line in my case as I grow older myself. It's not something I expected to happen but oddly I find, as I get older, women my age more attractive.
Nah... they are just more willing and direct, and you see that. that theory, or chart, doesn't really apply to men though. just women. single unmarried women at that age... after watching tons of their friends get married and they aren't even in a relationship... lol... they'd scoop the first guy who even says hi. I dont even care much for marriage, but i still feel the sting when i see another peer of mine get married. i can only imagine it for women with their biological clock.
@Tdieseler I might have turned a little bit demisexual or something as I got older. :-D Like I still think that hot sorta university student type is ridiculously attractive, but I'm relating more to girls my age now. So there's lots of going on in my head guiding what I find attractive these days. Maybe some part of me is still working in accordance to that black line. But some of the most attractive girls I find around me these days, even though I hang out with all sortsa age groups, are actually ones in their mid-30s or so. It's weird for me like that.
Nah, i say its natural. As we grow... priorities change, expectations get lowered. a woman your age who is single is less likely to pressure you into marriage and all that romantic crap compared to some mid-20's coed... BUT because you two are in the same age range, you will want similar things, so the pressure isn't even needed. I know how my priorities changed as i grew... and it makes me laugh hard as shit when i see some 13-15 year old talk about how they love or are in love with someone... lol... so cute.
@Tdieseler >> I know how my priorities changed as i grew... and it makes me laugh hard as shit when i see some 13-15 year old talk about how they love or are in love with someone... lol... so cute.I'm a bit similar there. I think that's also like my "mental block" if some university girl gets flirty with me. It's like I have to question if she even knows what she's doing, and there's something feels a bit lopsided in my case. It's not like I get those types of flirting with me all the time or anything like that, but in the odd moments where it happens, it's like I have a "fan" rather than someone more interesting who would talk to me as an equal, if you will.In Japan the girls also age pretty well usually. That might affect some things too. :-D
@Tdieseler Check out one of my close friends and guess her age:She was 47-years old in that picture.
i give her a good 31-32. I had a Filipino friend in college... i was like 19 and she was like 23... if you saw us together, you would think i was 22 and she was 13 lol... i thought black people had the luck in aging... can't beat Asians.
@Tdieseler "Young-looking" might help a lot that way. I find that an optimal scenario where we can connect, have similar life experiences, but simultaneously she still has a youthful energy and look and quality about her. I suppose us guys are all generally programmed to favor youthful qualities in some respect. Funnily that woman in the above pic is also heavy drinker, smoker, does all the bad things.. but somehow looks much younger. I don't think it's as flattering of a quality for us guys. I'm kind of cursed with "boyish" looks and I want to look more "manly". :-D
Thats easy... let the beard grow out. I still get carded when i shave. i always just tell them its a compliment. When i was 25, i would stand there and argue about how offended i am. Now the old age is setting in, im just happy to look young.
@Tdieseler I envy guys with awesome beards. But I got a neck-beard look going on the one time I tried not shaving for a few weeks. :-D It looked so bad and my jawline doesn't fill in very well, like this:After that and everyone saying I look so much better clean-shaven, I was like "whatever, I'll just try to embrace the boyish thing." It does have some pros in that I can hang out with people in their 20s and they accept me like one of their own.The one thing I've tried to do is gain some mass in the form of muscle. I fill like that helps a bit when I can fill in my shirts and get a bit of a wider frame, cause I used to be so skinny in the upper body:I actually got carded in the US at 35-years old but here's the thing... I showed my Japanese passport, and they didn't believe the birth date. They said, "There's no way you are 35." So I presented a second ID in the form of my Japanese driver's license with [...]
@Tdieseler [...] identical info, and they still rejected it! They rejected two very official forms of picture ID. And that was in a Japanese sushi restaurant in California. So I was pissed but hopped to another bar and they carded me but accepted the passport.I can't age that way besides kind of filling out a bit and getting a little bit more fat. Like this is me at 25:This is me at 35:
Most people would just be happy. you should be too. And my beard doesn't fill out well at the jaw line either.. pisses me off. i hate guys with full beards. makes me wanna get some hair growing cream just to fill it out. and im showing signs of thinning... its not bad like my little bros or my dads... but i can see it underneath my hair so i keep it low so it doesn't show. sigh... old age.
@Tdieseler Oh well, I suppose if we want to hang with the younger ones, that quality helps a lot! :-D Trouble is that I'm more drawn to ones closer to my age these days for friends. It's a weird thing because some of them age quite a bit -- my closer friends who I've known over a decade got a lot older-looking, while I just mostly stayed the same except for some physical transformations from working out. I suppose it's all pros and cons nowadays. But I am at a point where I'm looking forward to looking older. :-D
Im not... i just wish my head would not be so damn round... and big.
@Tdieseler u rang
@Wowgirl10q yup, i wanted you to see my other references to the above graph.
@Tdieseler I get itNot sure how you found the correlation without stats testing brav but yeah makes sense
Need to be in encryption man
@Wowgirl10q who me? why you say that... more like Data Analyst... i know how to see patterns. Or maybe a Detective.
@Tdieseler all seem cool
@Wowgirl10q did you check this out? kid's cute Guys, has a girl ever just started a conversation with you? ↗
@Tdieseler respect 👊 dude😀
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