Older Women Younder Men? Relationship

  • View author's info Author posted on Nov 08, 2005 16:31


    hehe.
    Saw the other thread name and couldn't help starting this one.
    I have dated guys as much as 12 years younger.
    Yound at heart and wise and healthy can happen at almost any age. Just a number...

    DD
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  • View author's info posted on Jul 19, 2013 06:07


    HERE I GO HERE I AM

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  • View author's info posted on Jul 07, 2013 22:56


    I think it's kinda funny...really...older men try to hook up with MUCH younger women so they, too, can have the illusion of not getting old. Most men in this category have BIG BUCKS to achieve this goal. Most of us "average" older guys can't find a woman our age to date because they've looking for younger guys; who DO have more energy, stamina and staying power. Can't fight Mother Nature; even withn l'il "blue pills" the age thing is God showing us he has a wicked sense of humor!
  • View author's info posted on Jun 28, 2006 09:32


    IrishRoseCA write:
    thunderunderme write:
    DD....just what is the definition of a 'younder' man???? j/k hon.

    younder? Don't have a definition Char.
    Now, Younger...hmmm....or is that Yummm..?

    Hugs,
    DD

    I think that's YUMMMMMY..lol and ya know Cweet Char was being a smartazz.
  • View author's info posted on Jun 28, 2006 05:06


    Well......I feel this way about it. Only a few men older than mself but mostly younger, 5 -10. BUT, I think everybody has to remember something, especially if you are looking for something long term. Some day you're gonna start to slow down. And that there younger one is still gonna be in their prime....oh oh then what?? And don't say, well just move on. It won't be that easy if you really fall hard for that person. Yet I have met many men that do not want younger women because they say they are too immature and still into head games. Are they telling the truth? I have no clue.
  • View author's info posted on Jun 28, 2006 05:01



    Rescue1 write:
    The last 2 relationships I have had, I was younger by 6-8 years. Age does not mean anything to me. I am seeing someone now, and she is 20 years younger. I know this won't last, but what the hell. Maybe she is brain damaged


    OMG Rob, ooooooo funny, still laughinghere, hhahaha. Just make sure it's not yer bike she wants. But hey, enjoy it for as long as it lasts. You never know.
  • View author's info posted on Jun 27, 2006 02:31


    thunderunderme write:
    DD....just what is the definition of a 'younder' man???? j/k hon.

    younder? Don't have a definition Char.
    Now, Younger...hmmm....or is that Yummm..?

    Hugs,
    DD
  • View author's info posted on Jun 26, 2006 07:54


    DD....just what is the definition of a 'younder' man???? j/k hon.
  • View author's info posted on Jun 25, 2006 19:11


    ~I think everyone here has pretty much said it all. There's not much I can add! If the chemistry and intellect is right...then why the heck not?
    ~Does it really matter what anyone else thinks? As long as everything is copasetic it's really between the two individuals which have interest in one another. One has nothing to fear but fear itself! And what's the old cliche, "it's better to have loved and lost than to have never loved at all".
  • View author's info posted on May 10, 2006 10:21


    wyldflower write:
    take your age, divide by 2, add 7

    How bout just dividin by 2 and forget to add 7?
  • View author's info posted on May 08, 2006 18:29


    About 90% of the women I've dated in my life have been older than me. Ranging from 3 yrs to 12 yrs older. I truly believe your personality/lifestyle attracts specific people. There's no rhyme or reason behind it. If that's the way you're wired, then that's the way you're wired. Live life and enjoy the ride.
  • View author's info posted on Apr 11, 2006 12:47


    Comfy1 write:
    Marzen759 write:
    DoubleDelight write:
    hehe.
    Saw the other thread name and couldn't help starting this one.
    I have dated guys as much as 12 years younger.
    Yound at heart and wise and healthy can happen at almost any age. Just a number...

    DD

    Good for you. I have dated women 30 years younger. Do tell

    I'm not so sure I'd admit that if I were you!
    30 years younger?
    I've heard of 20 yrs makin' it or around such, usually with an affluent man and a needy woman, but for me the younger man thing is definateley entertaining either trouble or a babysitting situation -of course a few years doesn't really make a diff- but 10 +?
    Makes you kind of wonder what you are looking for.....
    I guess in the end tho, all anyone ever wants is to be happy, right?
    To each their own.

    It can cause problems..
    She was 17 years older then I was and we were together for 15 years , 14 of those were pretty damn good years.

    She didn't let the age difference bother her until she started to show her age at around 56.. It bothered her that I had not changed in appearance since we met (the men in my family seem to look just shy of 40 by the time we are 18 or so, and stay that way till our late forties).
    Ironic.. we started out with me looking older then her , and ended because she looked older then me..
    BTW I never gave a damn about the appearance of age issue, just the insanity on her part that came at around the same time the age started showing.
    I wouldn't reccomend a large (more then ten or so years) age difference, the issues can come around and bite you in years to come.
  • View author's info posted on Mar 22, 2006 11:17


    I see this alot. I fill in as a bouncer, at the local bar, on the weekends. This has given me many occasions to sit and just watch people. The older women are often more agressive. They know what they want, and take matters into their own hands. That statement can often be taken literaly as well as figuratively. (Last weekend I had two different women grab me at the same time.) The older women also seem to be more adept at using intelligent conversation to gain a guys interest

    I did have one older lady try to pose, like a glamour model, on the hood of my car....That was a mistake in judgement on her part. She found that I was MUCH more offended than attracted
  • View author's info posted on Mar 11, 2006 07:08


    Rock on ladies!
  • View author's info posted on Mar 10, 2006 16:43


    I think age is a factor only if you let it be
  • View author's info posted on Mar 07, 2006 08:48


    I love younger men,,but that's cause men my age are too old for me...LOL..Not to say I'm immature, but I have alot more energy then men around my age and they just can't keep up with me. So, to me younger men are the in thing....:)

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  • View author's info posted on Feb 24, 2006 08:36


    mick2003 write:
    Ok, this is meant to be both facetious and serious, so bear with me.

    If age doesn't matter, why, then, are we all not shopping at the local convalescent homes? Probably because we can visualize more clearly the end of the relationship.

    Whaddya think?

    Mick

    Age to me does matter within reason.I don
    t want someone from the convalescent
    home or way over me in age,but I don
    t want some baby ether.The younegest I
    ve dated is a guy that was 29.I have to draw the line somewhere but though he was fine with it, to me it felt weird.
    Not purposely I
    ve always been with guys that
    s been at least 4-5 years younger than me.I
    ve dated a few older guys they all seem pretty much the same.
  • View author's info posted on Feb 17, 2006 16:01


    mick2003 write:
    IrishRoseCA write:

    Mick: Would you laugh, or get pizzed if i told you that sometimes you remind me of Speedy Jerry?
    Muah...
    Peace

    Don't know, I hate to be a pizzy old man, and usually I am not, but looks like I have a lot of "going against the grain" in me of late. (probably lack of s_x is my guess)

    Mick

    Dang...Maybe that's what I have... a lack of s_x.

  • View author's info posted on Feb 16, 2006 03:19


    Wrench_Whore write:
    I've spent time with older and younger women.

    Not quite sure how to put this into words...

    Rather than go out and hunt that which I think I am looking for...
    I've decided to wander out into the 'forest' and let that which might be considered my prey find me.

    Have had more than one person, which I've suggested this strategy to, tell me the concept has merit - trick being, you have to identify the demographic of that which you feel might be a 'fit'.
    For some it might be the social structure of a church affair.
    Some have reported that community supported opera, orchestra, blues, jazz, classical music events have yielded well.

    I look at it as 'what do I love to do?'

    I venture off in search of my own personal enjoyment. It is amazing the likelyhood of my bumping into a kindred soul while having the best of times.
    Pretty easy to make the next step the inclusion of shared interests.

    Age?
    'Fraid that age doesn't much come into play. Perhaps it has something to the age of one's soul...

    Can't help but think the odds of this old man hookin' up with a 19 year old will be limited to the fleeting benefit of the moment.

    [i]Fantasy, at best, is of the moment, life is evermore...[/i]

    CW: Beautiful post! Doing what we love to do; we are bound to find kindred spirits.
    Mick: Would you laugh, or get pizzed if i told you that sometimes you remind me of Speedy Jerry?
    To others who posted before; Great looking chopper, sorry your man left, ummm CRS! Best wishes to every one and may your life be the fantasy you live every day.

    Muah...
    Peace
  • View author's info posted on Feb 14, 2006 14:21


    I've spent time with older and younger women.

    Not quite sure how to put this into words...

    Rather than go out and hunt that which I think I am looking for...
    I've decided to wander out into the 'forest' and let that which might be considered my prey find me.

    Have had more than one person, which I've suggested this strategy to, tell me the concept has merit - trick being, you have to identify the demographic of that which you feel might be a 'fit'.
    For some it might be the social structure of a church affair.
    Some have reported that community supported opera, orchestra, blues, jazz, classical music events have yielded well.

    I look at it as 'what do I love to do?'

    I venture off in search of my own personal enjoyment. It is amazing the likelyhood of my bumping into a kindred soul while having the best of times.
    Pretty easy to make the next step the inclusion of shared interests.

    Age?
    'Fraid that age doesn't much come into play. Perhaps it has something to the age of one's soul...

    Can't help but think the odds of this old man hookin' up with a 19 year old will be limited to the fleeting benefit of the moment.

    [i]Fantasy, at best, is of the moment, life is evermore...[/i]
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