guys who date older women

guys who date older women

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curious

Manhattan, IL

#1 Jan 7, 2013
What do guys really think about dating an older woman? I am dating a guy 10 yrs younger than me 36, 26. I've never dated a younger guy before but honestly I am just not attracted to guys my age. Any comments?
Annie Bell

London, KY

#2 Jan 8, 2013
I date guys younger than me -- They are as the old saying goes -- young dumb and ...
burden of tax

Louisville, KY

#3 Jan 9, 2013
Annie Bell wrote:
I date guys younger than me -- They are as the old saying goes -- young dumb and ...
I'm just dying to know! full of what? welfare babby?
Annie Bell

London, KY

#4 Jan 9, 2013
Considering I shut the factory down... Who gives a shit... I pay my own
curious

Warsaw, IN

#6 Jan 9, 2013
Annie Bell wrote:
Considering I shut the factory down... Who gives a shit... I pay my own
im bored and swinging 8 thick inches if you need some
noone

United States

#7 Jan 9, 2013
Age doesnt matter.
Annie Bell

London, KY

#8 Jan 9, 2013
curious wrote:
<quoted text>im bored and swinging 8 thick inches if you need some
Tell me all the little dirty things you'll do baby...
11th Street

Lewis Center, OH

#9 Jan 10, 2013
Women mature faster than men, that's why an older woman & a younger guy doesn't work, just not on the same maturity level, then it comes down to the woman trying to recapure youth & the ego trip that a younger guy wants them. The younger guy, in huge numbers these days think girls their age are all drama queens & don't want to deal with them.

Call yourself a cougar if it makes you feel good about yourself, at the end of the day you're just fooling yourself...it may be nice for about 10 minutes & they look at you like Mommy, but their is no substitute for a real man.

Do you really want a guy look at you, & want to be naked with you if he has "Mommy" in his head? Get over yourself!
wow

Lexington, KY

#10 Jan 10, 2013
11th Street wrote:
, but their is no substitute for a real man.
Do you really think age is what makes a man real?
Dude Watson

Cleveland, OH

#11 Jan 10, 2013
Another old saying here. What do women and dog turds have in common? The older they get, the easier they are to pick up.
11th Street

Lewis Center, OH

#12 Jan 10, 2013
You asking that question, to me shows you haven't reached the point when you KNOW you're a real man...one that understands what a woman needs & wants, but also accepts it.

A real man has finally "got it", understands how things work, understands this works, that doesn't with a woman, accepts women for what they really are and can appreciate them for the wonderful beings they are.
wow wrote:
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Do you really think age is what makes a man real?
Really

United States

#13 Jan 10, 2013
11th Street wrote:
Women mature faster than men, that's why an older woman & a younger guy doesn't work, just not on the same maturity level, then it comes down to the woman trying to recapure youth & the ego trip that a younger guy wants them. The younger guy, in huge numbers these days think girls their age are all drama queens & don't want to deal with them.
Call yourself a cougar if it makes you feel good about yourself, at the end of the day you're just fooling yourself...it may be nice for about 10 minutes & they look at you like Mommy, but their is no substitute for a real man.
Do you really want a guy look at you, & want to be naked with you if he has "Mommy" in his head? Get over yourself!
My husband is 12 years younger than me and we get along very well. When we started dating it wasn't an ego trip for me nor was I trying to "recapture my youth" as you put it. What attracted me to him was his looks, and his personality NOT his age. Our age difference never comes up as a topic because it doesn't matter to us. We are two people in this great big world focusing on raising our beautiful child.
I am nothing like his mom, so I don't remind him of his mom! I do wifey duties not mommy duties!
For your info he IS A REAL MAN who works his @$$ off to support his family! He works hard to pay our bills so that I can stay at home and take care of our child. Not throw him in some $hithole daycare!
You sound very bitter for some reason. It sounds like your jealous of women who are able to get younger guys. Maybe if you shut your d!(ksu(ker and keep your stupid opinions to yourself you might have better luck!
huh

United States

#14 Jan 10, 2013
Really wrote:
<quoted text>My husband is 12 years younger than me and we get along very well. When we started dating it wasn't an ego trip for me nor was I trying to "recapture my youth" as you put it. What attracted me to him was his looks, and his personality NOT his age. Our age difference never comes up as a topic because it doesn't matter to us. We are two people in this great big world focusing on raising our beautiful child.
I am nothing like his mom, so I don't remind him of his mom! I do wifey duties not mommy duties!
For your info he IS A REAL MAN who works his @$$ off to support his family! He works hard to pay our bills so that I can stay at home and take care of our child. Not throw him in some $hithole daycare!
You sound very bitter for some reason. It sounds like your jealous of women who are able to get younger guys. Maybe if you shut your d!(ksu(ker and keep your stupid opinions to yourself you might have better luck!
Get out and get a job u bum. U should feel ashamed making him work his life away while I enjoy sitting at home. Real people do what they gotta do and with real people, both work. That's what daycares and sitters are for. So u can look at it however u want but to me u are just a lazy bum!
11th Street

Lewis Center, OH

#15 Jan 10, 2013
Oooooooooooooooooooooooo, you sound like the bitter one, wait till you're 55 & he's only 43, you may find it doesn't work as well afterall. Me bitter? Naw, just telling the truth as I've found it to be through time & experience...calm down.
Really wrote:
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My husband is 12 years younger than me and we get along very well. When we started dating it wasn't an ego trip for me nor was I trying to "recapture my youth" as you put it. What attracted me to him was his looks, and his personality NOT his age. Our age difference never comes up as a topic because it doesn't matter to us. We are two people in this great big world focusing on raising our beautiful child.
I am nothing like his mom, so I don't remind him of his mom! I do wifey duties not mommy duties!
For your info he IS A REAL MAN who works his @$$ off to support his family! He works hard to pay our bills so that I can stay at home and take care of our child. Not throw him in some $hithole daycare!
You sound very bitter for some reason. It sounds like your jealous of women who are able to get younger guys. Maybe if you shut your d!(ksu(ker and keep your stupid opinions to yourself you might have better luck!
wow

Lexington, KY

#16 Jan 10, 2013
11th Street wrote:
You asking that question, to me shows you haven't reached the point when you KNOW you're a real man...one that understands what a woman needs & wants, but also accepts it.
A real man has finally "got it", understands how things work, understands this works, that doesn't with a woman, accepts women for what they really are and can appreciate them for the wonderful beings they are.
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Actually, I'm a real female and have dated both young and older men. Some of the young men have "got it" - some will never have it, no matter how old they get.
wow

Lexington, KY

#17 Jan 10, 2013
huh wrote:
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Get out and get a job u bum. U should feel ashamed making him work his life away while I enjoy sitting at home. Real people do what they gotta do and with real people, both work. That's what daycares and sitters are for. So u can look at it however u want but to me u are just a lazy bum!
I wasn't a "lazy bum". I was home for 12 years raising our children and both my husband and I thought it was best for the kids. Turns out it was better for them, and my being able to take care of things at home freed him up to excel at his job and be promoted several times. Lol, you obviously don't know what running a house with kids entails (it's not "sitting at home", trust me).
wow

Lexington, KY

#18 Jan 10, 2013
11th Street wrote:
Oooooooooooooooooooooooo, you sound like the bitter one, wait till you're 55 & he's only 43, you may find it doesn't work as well afterall. Me bitter? Naw, just telling the truth as I've found it to be through time & experience...calm down.
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Now, you being an older man who "gets it" - you should know that giving unwanted advice to a woman you aren't familiar with, telling her she's wrong in the decision she's made without knowing the people/circumstances, and then telling her to "calm down"...isn't going to go over well.
Mmmmm

United States

#19 Jan 10, 2013
huh wrote:
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Get out and get a job u bum. U should feel ashamed making him work his life away while I enjoy sitting at home. Real people do what they gotta do and with real people, both work. That's what daycares and sitters are for. So u can look at it however u want but to me u are just a lazy bum!
Ahhh another jealous one! Oh I should feel ashamed and sitting home? Really? WTF?!? For your info I have an 18 month old to watch, a house to clean and laundry to do! I don't get paid, but I work every single day! Daycares and sitters? So, what you're saying is I should be taking and
pawning my baby off on strangers to raise while I'm making barely enough to cover their cost and away from him all day?
For your info we took our baby to the Doctor this week for a checkup and he is above average on everything! His Doctor said he is perfect! Sounds like I am doing MY job! The way I look at it is you're a jealous @$$ b*tch who has to slave away everyday at McDonald's because your husband is so lazy he wouldn't work in a pie factory tasting pies! Keep on hating hater and waiting for your welfare!
Really

United States

#20 Jan 10, 2013
11th Street wrote:
Oooooooooooooooooooooooo, you sound like the bitter one, wait till you're 55 & he's only 43, you may find it doesn't work as well afterall. Me bitter? Naw, just telling the truth as I've found it to be through time & experience...calm down.
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Really? 55? WTF?!? I have an 18 month old so I don't think so [email protected]$$! For info I'm 40 and he's 28. Keep on hating hater!
wow

Lexington, KY

#21 Jan 10, 2013
Really wrote:
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Really? 55? WTF?!? I have an 18 month old so I don't think so [email protected]$$! For info I'm 40 and he's 28. Keep on hating hater!
When you're 55, he'll be 43.

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