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Posted on Tue, Oct 11, 2005 05:27

oh baby, i am so ready for that, dido...sexy....lol

  


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Posted on Mon, Oct 10, 2005 17:09


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well, coming from a woman who has hit 40, I am very intouch with my body much more than when I was 20, I must say, yes a young hard body is great to look at and yes the sex is really good, but it can also be attached to feelings that you may not can shake off easy, dealing with a younger person can also involve them falling for you much faster, especially if the sex is good,they are imature in this case sometimes, older people can just except it at sex and go on, but a younger person, i find, gets to love struck,falls in love quik, and then the word age keeps coming up some how and it is just to much drama. then your friends talk about you, mom makes comments about it, your kids say, he is my age, does anyone really want to put there self through that? then the tastes are different, music, clothing, food,what they do for fun. Sex is good, is that it? shallow, is what it is..i like men around my age. we have more to talk about, like the same music, and can relate to things some younger people never heard of yet. I think we are looking for barbie and kent to much and we can be older barbies and kents too, just stop asking youngins out and go for someone who will suit you, fit the model of what your generation relates too.I am pretty hot, my mom is american indian and if genes count,it works for me, plus i like to dress up and look smashing everywhere i go, young people don't care so much about this, they would rather be dressed in jeans and a hurley t-shirt, not my bag, I prefer the man in the suit and tie or a nice tight shirt with dress pants, now your talking,lol, by the way, you are pretty hot for 49 sween.....

Will you marry me?? wink.



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Posted on Mon, Oct 10, 2005 12:35

well, coming from a woman who has hit 40, I am very intouch with my body much more than when I was 20, I must say, yes a young hard body is great to look at and yes the sex is really good, but it can also be attached to feelings that you may not can shake off easy, dealing with a younger person can also involve them falling for you much faster, especially if the sex is good,they are imature in this case sometimes, older people can just except it at sex and go on, but a younger person, i find, gets to love struck,falls in love quik, and then the word age keeps coming up some how and it is just to much drama. then your friends talk about you, mom makes comments about it, your kids say, he is my age, does anyone really want to put there self through that? then the tastes are different, music, clothing, food,what they do for fun. Sex is good, is that it? shallow, is what it is..i like men around my age. we have more to talk about, like the same music, and can relate to things some younger people never heard of yet. I think we are looking for barbie and kent to much and we can be older barbies and kents too, just stop asking youngins out and go for someone who will suit you, fit the model of what your generation relates too.I am pretty hot, my mom is american indian and if genes count,it works for me, plus i like to dress up and look smashing everywhere i go, young people don't care so much about this, they would rather be dressed in jeans and a hurley t-shirt, not my bag, I prefer the man in the suit and tie or a nice tight shirt with dress pants, now your talking,lol, by the way, you are pretty hot for 49 sween.....

  


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Posted on Thu, Oct 06, 2005 10:23

Generalization is all I was talking about. If I go into specifics, then I could say I get along better with older people because I was around them more. However, since I was speaking in generalizations, it doesn't matter.



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Posted on Wed, Oct 05, 2005 00:19


growing write:
I did not mean they had no intellegence, I meant they had little life experience in common with someone twice their age.



NOt necessarily so either. Generalisation is dangerous. Some people live limited lives whatever their age and never wandered beyond the confines of their own backyard and some young people today are adventurers who have roamed the world and encounter phenominal experiences within a short span of their youth. What we pack into our lives in experiences is dependent on opportunity, inclination and the willingness to take risks and try the untrodden paths of life however short or long that life may be.
I have met lots of fascinating travellers in my time and they come in all ages and tell extraordinary tales of their lives. Every friend I make is like an unread book, each has a story to tell and experience to share , however insignificant.
It is a sad world when we consciously converge according to age groups and not learn to share and learn from each other. It is miserable to see old folks past their prime isolated in gated communities away from the mainsteam of family life. This world is divisive enough , we don't need to divide and alienate it more by age range and group.
If an old man /woman enjoy the company of a young vibrant girl/boy, what is wrong with that? That is what I call bridging the cultural and generation gap, is it not something to be celebrated and encouraged?



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Posted on Tue, Oct 04, 2005 20:08

I did not mean they had no intellegence, I meant they had little life experience in common with someone twice their age.



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Posted on Mon, Oct 03, 2005 05:56


growing write:
I really agree with most of your comments. Someone who is 50 probably has very little to discuss with someone who is in their 20s. I know this because of the stupidity of some girls (yes, they are girls) I know dating men 20 years older than themselves. Their conversations are laughable.



NOt necessarily so. I have studied with many girls half my age in their 20s they are intellectually mature and impressive. I think age has little to do with maturity and intellect and more to do with the willingness to learn and to continue to do so thru life. I have met some pretty dumb people in their 50s who never grew up and remain as immature and irresponsible ..



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Posted on Sun, Oct 02, 2005 16:12

I really agree with most of your comments. Someone who is 50 probably has very little to discuss with someone who is in their 20s. I know this because of the stupidity of some girls (yes, they are girls) I know dating men 20 years older than themselves. Their conversations are laughable.



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Posted on Sun, Oct 02, 2005 08:30


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missprissypants write:
Thanks so much Bonnie! I agree completely! I really expected any response to be negative but I agree with the need to be open-minded! :)
So where are all the hot, quality, real men in the South on here??? There don't appear to be many from Mississippi!


YOU are on this site to look at guys from all over the world..'openminded' also means looking beyond the confines of your own horizon..the sun rises and sets on many horizons, be the adventurer and pack your bags and see all the sunsets and sunrises in other horizons..you will be amazed and somewhere out there will be a great guy who might want to share time with you watching the sunsets and the sunrises..go get him out there while you are young, energetic and all raring to live life to the full..it is so great to be young..enjoy it.


Misspissypants...Bonnie is so right! Buy yourself a one way ticket around the world, hostel it, meet others your age travelling and hook up with them. Years ago a good friend of mine met his wife while travelling through South America...20 yrs later, still together happily. Go for it!



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Posted on Sun, Oct 02, 2005 00:33


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Yes, Bonnie, and I couldn't agree more! I am certainly not going to miss out on the opportunity to meet someone wonderful because of geographic location. I have even considered moving lately to a place where people don't seem to marry so young!



Tip: ONe of the things I would have done at your age is to join Club Med, an international resort chain which take on young people with all sorts of skills and they send you to different resorts to work for short stints. That way you see the world in some of the most exotic resorts and get paid as well. Many even found soulmates and settle down in different countries and continue to work for the resorts.I have met many couples who started out thinking it would be a temporary job but found themselves working for decades with the resort. Check them out and have a great life!



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Posted on Sat, Oct 01, 2005 15:46

Yes, Bonnie, and I couldn't agree more! I am certainly not going to miss out on the opportunity to meet someone wonderful because of geographic location. I have even considered moving lately to a place where people don't seem to marry so young!

  


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Posted on Thu, Sep 29, 2005 23:50


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Thanks so much Bonnie! I agree completely! I really expected any response to be negative but I agree with the need to be open-minded! :)
So where are all the hot, quality, real men in the South on here??? There don't appear to be many from Mississippi!


YOU are on this site to look at guys from all over the world..'openminded' also means looking beyond the confines of your own horizon..the sun rises and sets on many horizons, be the adventurer and pack your bags and see all the sunsets and sunrises in other horizons..you will be amazed and somewhere out there will be a great guy who might want to share time with you watching the sunsets and the sunrises..go get him out there while you are young, energetic and all raring to live life to the full..it is so great to be young..enjoy it.



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Posted on Thu, Sep 29, 2005 22:34

Thanks so much Bonnie! I agree completely! I really expected any response to be negative but I agree with the need to be open-minded! :)
So where are all the hot, quality, real men in the South on here??? There don't appear to be many from Mississippi!



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Posted on Wed, Sep 28, 2005 23:47


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I probably have no business responding to this forum but couldn't resist since I am the youngest female I have seen on here (I am, however, a newbie).
I believe that one of the major reasons so many middle-aged men/women are looking to venture out and experiment with younger men/women is because perhaps they feel as though they missed out on something earlier in life. I believe when current middle-aged people were in their 20s, people married much earlier. Now they're trying to recreate their youth and experience things they believe they missed out on by marrying at a younger (early to mid-20s) age.
I believe many of you are making blanket statements regarding what you feel to be stereotypical females in their 20s. Just understand that there are a few of us out there who are very successful, educated, career-minded women and are extremely capable of carrying on very deep and meaningful conversations. Further it shouldn't be held against us that we don't carry around excess baggage (divorce(s), children, years of therapy) but that lack of baggage should not be mistaken for a lack of depth and experiences. I prefer men over 30 because I have had incredibly sh*ty luck with guys closer to my age. And, just for the record, I am VERY in touch with my needs/desires (and unafraid to express them) and with the needs of those I have been in intimate relationships with.



Welcome to this thread, it is always great to hear the views of another generation. I studied for my Masters degree recently with young people your age and must say I have been duly humbled by their maturity and clarity of thought and found that I have learn so much from them.

I was unconventional for my generation, I did live a great independent single life and married late but now I find myself single again reliving the life of my 20s..dating and meeting new people and men younger than me. Age as you say has little to do with maturity. If we keep our minds open, and focus on the person and the mind, age becomes less of an issue.
Age on this site is really a surreal number..most of the time it is not the real number..a lot of us just put in a number we are most comfortable with or feel we are in our heart..so I generally don't even look at it..



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Posted on Wed, Sep 28, 2005 23:34


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I've found that it isn't the age gap that is the problem, it's the generation gap that usually goes with it. Mind set, conversation topics, prejudices, values, morals and being so stiff that they can't bend even a little. To feel young is one thing but if your body isn't able and your mind isn't willing, then no, you can't keep up with someone that is 10yrs younger than yourself. You can date someone with that age difference if the likes, activities and understanding are mutual. The gentlemen that hit on me more now aren't able or willing to go to a heavy metal concert and hit the mosh pit with me, won't go to the races, don't want to spend time in the mountains but want me to tone down. They want a part time pelvis grinder and I know they won't be able keep up with me for sure. I had one guy ask me what a mosh pit was. If you don't know then why e-mail me? I have enough profile information about myself that a smart man would be able to decipher what I'm about and if he would fit into that, no matter his age.


Love your very strong and refreshing profile. You are a girl who knows what she wants yet allow room for surprises..I was definitely like you when I was your age.
Women over the last 50 years have changed so much in our battle for equality that we have left the men behind, bewildered , befuddled..most of them need time to catch up and they also need mums to educated them. It will be another 2 decades before our sons understand the minds of their sisters..good luck with your search.



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Posted on Wed, Sep 28, 2005 22:02

I probably have no business responding to this forum but couldn't resist since I am the youngest female I have seen on here (I am, however, a newbie).
I believe that one of the major reasons so many middle-aged men/women are looking to venture out and experiment with younger men/women is because perhaps they feel as though they missed out on something earlier in life. I believe when current middle-aged people were in their 20s, people married much earlier. Now they're trying to recreate their youth and experience things they believe they missed out on by marrying at a younger (early to mid-20s) age.
I believe many of you are making blanket statements regarding what you feel to be stereotypical females in their 20s. Just understand that there are a few of us out there who are very successful, educated, career-minded women and are extremely capable of carrying on very deep and meaningful conversations. Further it shouldn't be held against us that we don't carry around excess baggage (divorce(s), children, years of therapy) but that lack of baggage should not be mistaken for a lack of depth and experiences. I prefer men over 30 because I have had incredibly sh*ty luck with guys closer to my age. And, just for the record, I am VERY in touch with my needs/desires (and unafraid to express them) and with the needs of those I have been in intimate relationships with.



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Posted on Wed, Sep 28, 2005 16:27


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sween,
I couldn't agree with you more. I'm going to get right to the point. I have absolutely no use for woman under say 38. My experience has taught me that woman over 38 express themselves better in everyway !!. Younger woman seem to still be in the game playing mode, they can't communicate as well etc. 2 thumbs up for the over 38 woman.
Oh yes, some of the woman in there 20's & early 30's do have the killer bodies as you stated, but most don't know how to use them. They are worried about every little imperfection, so rarely are their minds free to let go and experience the true pleasure of the moment. Give me the older free spirited woman anyday..

very well put,,thanks



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Posted on Tue, Sep 27, 2005 18:56

sween,
I couldn't agree with you more. I'm going to get right to the point. I have absolutely no use for woman under say 38. My experience has taught me that woman over 38 express themselves better in everyway !!. Younger woman seem to still be in the game playing mode, they can't communicate as well etc. 2 thumbs up for the over 38 woman.
Oh yes, some of the woman in there 20's & early 30's do have the killer bodies as you stated, but most don't know how to use them. They are worried about every little imperfection, so rarely are their minds free to let go and experience the true pleasure of the moment. Give me the older free spirited woman anyday..



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Posted on Sun, Sep 25, 2005 08:36


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sweendogr write:
I hear this all the time from women that,,,age is just a number. Your only as old as you feel. Do you honestly think this is true?
A few years ago I would have agreed with this theory ,but now Im convinced that the older women get the more they know what they want,they take better care of themselves, and theyre not as reserved on presenting theyre wants and needs. Although younger women have the hot little bodies and seem to have game,its the older women who really bring themselves out. I cant picture myself dating someone the age of my daughter for more reasons than to boost my ego. Whats your thoughts??



sweendogr,
You wrote on your profile that you have never been married and have no children. Now you are saying you have a daughter? Your profile says you earn a decent living. What kind of job pays 10M a year with only a bachelor degree? I never heard of such a thing. I personally would not date a man that lied about having children. And how come your not a paid member with that high paying job of yours?

I do have children 4, 2 grandchildren,was married for 24 years of my life, and a graduates degree, theres many millionaires with no degrees,I've corrected my profile info,thanks for bringing that to my attention.



Californiabunny...I too have a friend that did not finish his grade 10, and turned his first million at 25 yrs. He moved to the states, saw an opportunity, started 4 or 5 businesses throughout the USA...it was alot of hard work, and an innate knowledge. Sometimes people who graduate with Masters & PhD's have no clue how to make them work for themselves. Don't judge on education alone.



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Posted on Sat, Sep 24, 2005 19:54


californiabunny write:

sweendogr write:
I hear this all the time from women that,,,age is just a number. Your only as old as you feel. Do you honestly think this is true?
A few years ago I would have agreed with this theory ,but now Im convinced that the older women get the more they know what they want,they take better care of themselves, and theyre not as reserved on presenting theyre wants and needs. Although younger women have the hot little bodies and seem to have game,its the older women who really bring themselves out. I cant picture myself dating someone the age of my daughter for more reasons than to boost my ego. Whats your thoughts??



sweendogr,
You wrote on your profile that you have never been married and have no children. Now you are saying you have a daughter? Your profile says you earn a decent living. What kind of job pays 10M a year with only a bachelor degree? I never heard of such a thing. I personally would not date a man that lied about having children. And how come your not a paid member with that high paying job of yours?

I do have children 4, 2 grandchildren,was married for 24 years of my life, and a graduates degree, theres many millionaires with no degrees,I've corrected my profile info,thanks for bringing that to my attention.



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