opinions on dating/sleeping with a guy 20 years older.

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Jan 28, 2013
 
Just wondering everyone's opinions on the matter
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I was looking for serious opinions. Kinda turns me on so I was just curious as to what others thought.
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Love hath no bounds
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Clearly if its turning u on the odds are its lust and not love.it sluutty
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wondering wrote:
I was looking for serious opinions. Kinda turns me on so I was just curious as to what others thought.
I say go for it! Life is too short to not pursue your dreams!
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How many passionate loves would burned long and hot except for "what would people think?" Yet, look how common divorce is between those of similar ages. It's sad that it takes age to see life more clearly. Often, when the opportunity has passed. I say, "love and let love." If an older man is worth his salt, he knows how to treat a lady - how to make her purr. May be the best kind of love on the planet. An old man once told me,"_____, when you are my age, undoubtedly, you will have regrets. My advice to you is to regret the things you do and don't live to regret the things you let pass you by." It took me nearly 20 years to FULLY comprehend what he was attemtping to tell me. When we do things we initially regret, time has a way of diluting the pain or guilt or whatever. On the other hand, the regret of "lost opportunity" weighs more and more heavily upon one's heart, as time passes. I bet if you ask ANY elderly person what their biggest regret in life is, 9 our of 10 of them will tell you that it was the things they DIDN'T DO. Everybody ask around and report back. Let's use this thread for positivity instead of negativity. Now, go love someone. ;) http://www.youtube.com/watch...
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I agree with the poster FYI. When it comes to love I can tell you from my own experience that I have bigger regrets over things that I did not do rather than the screw ups I have made. Eventhough your relationship with this guy may not last at least you will have 'been there, done that' and can move on to other relationships versus spending years envisioning a wonderful fantasy of what might have been (or still could be) and expecting every guy you get involved with to meet these impossible imaginery standards.

More importantly.... No matter who you are or what you do someone will always pass judgement or have something nasty to say. Quit giving a damn what others think about the way you live YOUR life.
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Maybe men now discuss you to the point that Passion can Only be Found With another woman ,ole man ,out the window . Passion left the bld when It was replaced With oral sex .nowadays sex is on your knees then your back With limited kissing ,holding etc. I see women finding that missing linked in other women . leaving ole men even if there perfect.
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Jan 29, 2013
 
Thanks for the positive comments. I wasn't looking to be swayed one way or the other. I was just curious as to what people thought. It's not just the fact he turns me on. We have so much in common and want the same things. I've never found that with another guy regardless of age. I'm going to go for it. Live and learn right?
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Jan 30, 2013
 
I am all for it. Practice makes perfect.
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Jan 30, 2013
 
I dated a guy that was 20a yrs older then me for 5u yrs in thr bed he was the best i ever had relationship wise he treated me like i was a child.
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Jan 30, 2013
 
wondering wrote:
Just wondering everyone's opinions on the matter
Kind of depends on the age of the girl, are you older looking at a someone underage, that could mean jail for you? If you're both consenting adults I say go for it, but keep in mind if you make it a permanent relationship even if you're both fairly young now as you get older the twenty year difference could cause problems, like when she's 50 and you're 70. But then again it may not, so if you both discuss all the pros and cons before making it a serious commentment if ever, then no problem.
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Jan 30, 2013
 
I just noticed it was a girl asking the question, but the answer works both ways really.
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Jan 31, 2013
 
I say go for it. If he makes you happy that's all that matters.
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Jan 31, 2013
 
What ages are the two of you?
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I'm 30 and he's 50
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Feb 1, 2013
 
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I'm 30 and he's 50
By that age you should both know what you want out of life so if you like each other and seem to get along, go for it. However I'd be a little cautious at the same time. Alot of guys here I found since moving here can be real rednecks with no room for a change in attitude, it's there way or no way! If you think you are going to change them or mold them the way you want, forget it, doesn't work. I know a gal that got married to a guy with that attitude and they were divorced within a year!
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Feb 1, 2013
 
I'm all for it if it makes you happy.......that is as long as you're not under age.
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Feb 1, 2013
 
Thanks everyone.

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