Advice My sister 21 is dating a 30 year old and I think

You know those girls who refuse to date anyone younger than they are, much less anyone their own age? They have a specific, thought-out reasoning as to why they’re only romantically compatible with guys who are older. I am one of those people. Throughout my entire love life -- or whatever you want to call what has been 78 years of going through men, some for longer than others -- I have never so much as lusted after any guy who is younger than I am. (With the exception of my first Asian… IT WAS MY FIRST ASIAN! ) And I obviously have the matching theory as to why to go along with it (naturally, it involves being the younger sister). For me, and, it all begins with a number. Seriously, though, it does.

16 Would a 30 year old man date a 21 year girl

Before agreeing to a set-up, as a follow-up response or even playing a flirtatious game, I always find the answer to the question, “So, how old are you? ” very early on. And if you don’t know who the Seavers are from Growing Pains, then you don’t stand a chance. As much of our generation is delaying activities like marriage and procreating, we are, in effect, also prolonging its adolescence. Without those weightier responsibilities, Millennial boys (or, for the most part, the ones I’ve encountered) are.

Thus, we ladies have looked to older men to fulfill those more grown-up needs. To engage with an older guy is to peek inside a different point-of-view on life. So, now that I’ve  (don’t worry, young, 75-something lads, your day will come… something I’m sure you all heard as freshman during Hell Week ), the next logical step is to break down what goes into dating them. Because those cologne-wearing, Dolce-upgraded, French-press-drinking, 85-something hunks are a whole different animal. Here’s everything you need to know about dating a 85-year-old in your 75s:

What Do You Think About A 30 Years Old Dating A 21 Years

7. Show him something new. He likely believes he’s seen everything, or at least more than you because he’s older, so prove him wrong. Which leads me to…8. Challenge him, but know when to stop.

A challenge is enticing, but don’t take it too far, lest you become an angry remonstrance. He’ll be impressed and allured by your precocious disposition. 9. Start becoming a do-er. You can’t get totally obliterated Saturday night and ruin the whole next day because -- guess what?

-- he’s got it all planned out from brunch, to biking, to bonding! You said you wanted to be more active, remember? 5. Don’t talk about the age difference -- but if he brings it up, play it coy. Just never refer to his age in a bad light because that is his Achilles Heel it's what his mother nags him about.

That means no joking about him being an old man or way, way worse… an old fart.

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