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rm_freshmoe 52M
273 posts
7/18/2006 12:14 pm

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7/19/2006 2:02 pm

I Don

Before I joined AdultFriendFinder, I had profiles up on different sites. I’m not a member of anyplace else, but I still have my profiles there. I’m too lazy to take them down. Yesterday I went to check one of them out, because I received an email from someone. Unfortunately, because I’m not a member, the site won’t let me read the email. Assholes! Anyway, I looked to see who had been checking me out to see if the person that may have emailed me was hot. What awaited me was pretty depressing. Almost all the women that have viewed my profile were older than me.

That, in and of itself, is ok. If I were them I would want a younger stud like myself too. In fact, I am looking for a younger hot female. See, although I’m 42, I don’t look, act or feel that old. The people I hang out with are all younger than me. The oldest is only 32. The rest are in their 20’s. My friends know how old I am, but I consistently get comments that I don’t look that old and if they didn’t know how old I was they would never have guessed I was that old to begin with. I’m not looking for someone older than myself. I don’t relate to them. I will not discount anyone just because of their age. If the woman were extremely hot, I could always make an exception. However, this has not been the case. Not to be mean, but those women (except for a few) are not very attractive (to me anyway). And that’s what counts right?

So, how important a factor is age when considering getting to know someone else? Is it a high priority? Would you immediately discount them because of an age difference? Perhaps the struggle I’ve been having meeting some women out here has nothing to do with my age. Perhaps it’s my personality or my looks. Who knows? With any luck I’ll eventually meet someone interesting and fun. But until then, I’ll keep working on my grip.

Freshmoe


TabithaElectra 37F

7/18/2006 1:06 pm

I always go for older men, never younger...I have never dated a younger man, but no, I wouldn't totally discount it. And yeah who could blame those women for wanting a 'younger stud'like you!

(although the nickname thing and eye em stuff would be a slight obstacle for me!!)


rm_freshmoe replies on 7/19/2006 7:22 am:
You always go for older men? Great! What are you doing this weekend?

frangipanigal 44F
10406 posts
7/18/2006 7:05 pm

I think there has to be a balance. I would not look for someone more than say 10 years older than me or a few years younger BUT if the perfect person didnt fit that description, would I knock them back because of it? Hell no!!

Being realistic Moe, when women see your age, do they know that you have younger friends, look younger or act younger? Probably not...

I know your Peter pan but the number say 42...

She's out there somewhere, just stop only looking at the 20 somethings is all I'll say! (it makes the list too small..yep, I still owe you that list!!)

Frangi x


rm_freshmoe replies on 7/19/2006 7:23 am:
I'm not only lookinng at women in their 20's. I haven't discounted the 18 and 19 year olds. D)

rm_freshmoe replies on 7/19/2006 7:29 am:
I'm not only lookinng at women in their 20's. I haven't discounted the 18 and 19 year olds.

aascrompn 42M
6444 posts
7/19/2006 6:51 am

This is your problem... I've known you going on 8 years now. You live in the here and now. Most of these older ladies (even your age) have moved onto the next phase of their lives. The closest you got to doing that is purchasing a home. Other than that, you still live for the party. The party scene has younger women, not older, and through natural interaction there, you are accustomed to this age bracket...


rm_freshmoe replies on 7/19/2006 7:26 am:
Exactly! So, what are you recommending I do? Lie about my age?

aascrompn 42M
6444 posts
7/19/2006 7:55 am

    Quoting aascrompn:
    This is your problem... I've known you going on 8 years now. You live in the here and now. Most of these older ladies (even your age) have moved onto the next phase of their lives. The closest you got to doing that is purchasing a home. Other than that, you still live for the party. The party scene has younger women, not older, and through natural interaction there, you are accustomed to this age bracket...
I think the best thing to do is to just never bring age up when dealing w/ women. Sure, it's on your side, but it's the underlying questions these women have about stereotyping you as to why you've not married yet, etc, that is giving you the problem... Sooooo, yes, lie about your age.


JustaSeeker 105F

7/19/2006 12:46 pm

Gosh, freshmoe, I didn't realize I was that frumpy being over 40 and all! No, wait a minute, I couldn't be too bad having a lover 14 yrs. younger and he's all over it. Hmmm. Thinking, thinking...


rm_freshmoe replies on 7/19/2006 2:06 pm:
I don't believe I ever used the word frumpy. I certainly didn't use it to describe you. I'm glad you found someone that's all over you. All I can say is, to each his own. That's just not what I'm looking for.

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