Tired of dating someone who thinks fine dining means no more than getting a cloth napkin instead of a paper one and whose efforts to impress your parents culminate in wearing a clean shirt while speaking in full sentences?Maybe you should start looking to date an older man, because…You have to do it a lot less frequently, as the older one gets, the less one spends on friend time.Also, it will take place in much more pleasant venues, like a nice restaurant instead of a filthy dive bar (but don’t completely forsake the filthy dive bars).I just thought he was the hottest, funniest man I’d ever met.He was more exciting to be with than any of the 20-something guys I knew.After all as the wonderful song by Aaliyah goes, ‘age ain't nothing but a number’.My new tall, dark and handsome boyfriend was standing across the room looking so fine in his shirt; I couldn’t take my eyes off him. Meanwhile, I was at the snack table and before I could curse myself for leaving him to go in for another cheesy cracker, I was accosted by a buddy’s wife I barely knew, a bitch named Sue. I wanted to say something like, “He’s not as old as those frown lines make you look,” or “He has the biggest d**k I’ve ever seen!
This makes them much more relaxed and less eager to impress (which is never an impressive quality) than their younger counterparts.
And before I even knew what a great screw he was, I was already smitten with his wit and the way he filled out a pair of pants. Should I really have let 15 years come between me and happiness, just so I could avoid judgment from girls like Sue?
I really should have answered her question with the long list of truly great things about dating an older man.
Some of these may include: financial constraints/ stability, the need for variation (dynamism), gaining experience, among a whole lot factors unmentioned.
But albeit all these, there do exist certain pros and cons when it comes to dating older men. To cap it all up, I’ll say that no one relationship is predictable or perfect.