Age Differences Revisited  

Frnds4Play 53M/63F
2686 posts
8/18/2005 7:52 am

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6/21/2011 11:38 am

Age Differences Revisited


I’ve noticed something about Blogland. Age doesn’t really seem to matter.

What matters, it seems to me, is how you present yourself and what you say.

One of my favorite bloggers is a 27-year-old woman. What I like about her is her openness and honesty. And the fact that she can be open and honest with a clear and insightful mind that can communicate its observations and experiences in well formed sentences. It doesn’t hurt at all that she has a magnificent pair of titties

I’ve also noticed that a 21-year-old woman has been lurking around our blog. I have no idea what she finds interesting about a couple of old farts. But there she is.

Birds of a feather flock together. Flying across the vast skies of cyberspace.

Welcome to my corner of the sky.

Do you have anything to add to my thesis?

redmustang91 57M  
8657 posts
8/18/2005 9:24 am

Yonger people look better, unless they are too fat, or too thin!
Once past age 20 or so the adults continue to have the same drives and personality so the age dif is not that big a deal. Have more in common from shared history with someone nearer your own age.


jayblunt80 36M
2 posts
8/18/2005 9:29 am

I agree with you that age doesn't seem to be a factor for a lot of people. Me for instance, I am 24 and have friends and sexual partners my age but some of my closest friends and also some of my best sexual experiences have been with people 20+ years my senior.

I guess for me it comes down to (as you said) how someone presents themself and wether we can relate on a similar wavelength. I meet a lot of people my age and a lot of them are just on a totally different level or have a different view on life and situations than i do.

Jay


five_speed 41M

8/18/2005 4:50 pm

I've always gotten along with people who are alder than me better than those of my own age. As redmustang mentioned, it has evened out somewhat now that I'm passing out of my twenties, but even now I find that most of my best friends and lovers tend to be at least 5 years or more older than me. Granny always said I have an old soul. I suppose she knew what hse was talking about.


sage_17 32F  
7 posts
8/18/2005 11:39 pm

"old farts" is relative... I have to say that I can really relate to Jayblunt. My closest friends are, on average, about 10 years older than I am, one or two are a couple decades older. I find the wisdom and experience in people older than I to be very attractive, on both an intellectual and sexual level. (The vast majority of people that I've met who are close to my age aren't people I can relate to with my views of the world.) For me that kind of connection is essential for a relationship, even one of just friendship, therefor I tend to gravitate toward the people who can put aside the lastest episode in the life of Britney Spears to hold a decent conversation. And I think that crosses over into blogland, where wit and feeling and personality shine through past the size of jeans you wear or how perky your breasts may be.


lifeisablast333 54M

8/19/2005 9:42 pm

age is only what you make of it, ask my 22 year old wife.


shooter4life2007 42M
17 posts
6/17/2011 8:54 am

still hot


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