Well THAT made me feel better
Posted Sun Feb 05, 2012 04:49 AM
other night that I look good for a man of 50. My ego started to inflate; then she said "If you weren't so old I would be sex slave."
I was not in the greatest of moods at the time(bullshit at work and a close friend of mine moving away) and I told her even though im "so old" its unlikely I would disappoint her and why even bring it up if im "so old".
Then I excused myself.
She emailed me this morning apologizing, saying "That was a fucked up thing I said and it didn't come out the way I meant it." I emailed her back, accepting her apology and asking her to accept mine for snapping at her, and asking her "how she meant it."
Maybe I don't want to know. Now where did I put my Geritol?
Posted Sun Feb 05, 2012 05:12 AM
So, she was being honest, not trying to hurt.
I receive comments like "wow, you look great for your age". I don't take offense: it is true. I can't pretend I'm twenty (and I don't want to). I'm double that (plus some).
So, we look good, or hot for our age, but that doesn't make us 20 again. And it is just normal people in their 20s prefer to mingle with their own generation.
As we age, our telomeres become shorter. You can't pretent they don't. It shows.
Some young folks few genuinely attracted to older folks. That's true. But it is a tiny minority. Really tiny.
Some young men, for instance, may wanna know how an older, more experienced woman fucks. But it is curiosity, most of the time. And that is fair enough. To fool oneself that it is more than just curiosity, or a passing fancy isn't really wise, nor fair with the young, inexperienced person.
Some "want" the older because they are disillusionized by a young person. But that will pass.
Then, some want older partners, because they wanna financial security, or something like that.
Very few really wanna be with an older person. It is normal: it is nature.
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*cue kick in the nuts*
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Posted Mon Feb 06, 2012 11:40 PM
I told her ive been doing quite well in that department lately(and I have) and after she laughed herself to the point of tears she quipped "Well I know more about you now than I ever thought I would know."
We hugged each other as she had to go to work. This was 8 hours ago. And she just sent me a text saying she was still laughing and her co workers asked if she had been hanging around with me prior to work.
Posted Wed Feb 08, 2012 06:59 PM
I sat through two long rants about how poorly caucasian men age before my current girlfriend and I got together. (she's younger than me and asian) All I was thinking was, wow, she's actually considering it. I was elated, not insulted.
PS: Personally I do think 20 is generally too young for anyone besides a 18-21 year old to date - people that age haven't really figured out which end is up yet. Just feel flattered and move on if you want the advice of someone who doesn't have any problems with age gaps as long as both people are over 26 or so. Just my opinion of course.
Posted Wed Feb 08, 2012 07:06 PM
I met a woman in her early 30s, that has seemed interested, but wanted to be pursued. I was friendly, but I don't chase. After about 5 months, she made a move that confirmed interest. We had a very fun time.
This was last year, when I was 56.
Young women have a notion that they have to be really desperate to have sex with an old guy, because landing them is soooo easy. Just be cool and wait for the ones who have an adventurous streak. You may have more fun that way...
Posted Fri Feb 10, 2012 12:13 AM
She is mature way beyond her years, maybe too far beyond her years. I think the "if you werent so old" remark pretty much meant she was not interested in a sexual relationship and thats fine since I was not pursuing one.