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Well obviously lol but I meant it as would you think he’s more experienced and at different stage in life.
The 20s are crazy, so yeah... If you were in your 30s, I would feel differently. You are at an age where you could have just gotten your career started, while he is at an age where he could have just gotten established.
That doesn’t make it a bad thing though
Technically yes, but when people say ''older'' they usually indicate a big enough age gap to make a difference. And a 28 with a 23 yr old I think are not big enough gap for that
@Porcelaine Doesn't matter what people say because people are dumb. People also say chubby and fat are different things when they are not and that curvy is an exclusive adjective, and that people look "average", which does not exist.He is an older guy, just not a much older guy. Not many people I know date 5 years or above. They are all the same age or 2, maybe 3 years apart.
Fat and chubby are not the same. Curvy is also different. Just because you like skinny above else and think at certain point someone is fat instead of just chubby, does not mean the rest of us believe the same. You can use the word fat for curvy and chubby if you like, the rest of us won't share the same view.
@Porcelaine Fat and chubby are the same thing. You don't all of a sudden become fat when you become huge. That is why Ashley Graham is called fat, or was called fat, because despite her curves, she was overweight. All those cruves, but has a lot of stretch marks and cellulite all over her legs. She was fat. I never said I like skinny above all else and I never said curvy and fat are the same. I said it isn't an exclusive adjective. Curvy isn't about size, it means your body either has curves or it doesn't. You don't have to share the same view, but you can all believe the sky is red. You are still wrong. People like to put their labels on things and think as long as the majority of people accept them, then it must be true. Multiple people having the same opinion doesn't make it true. It means you've conformed to that idea.
Ashley Graham can be called fat, Gisele Bunchen is skinny, but someone in between would just be chubby. When you say fat everyone immediately gets the image of someone severely overweight. When you say chubby then it's a little more meat on the bones, maybe a muffin top and pudgy belly but nowhere near Ashley level. There are degrees to this stuff and all of those degrees have a different word for it. There can't be a line between skinny and fat, there are all kinds of shapes in the middle that don't qualify for either. And skinny people have cellulite and stretch marks also, perhaps not as severe, and not just the ones who lost weight, these things appear for different reasons.
Anything is okay, as long as the people involved like each other. Five years or otherwise is irrelevant.