Okay, Facebook is great when you meet someone at a party or whatever, because it helps you maintain some form of contact if you don’t want to date this person right away for whatever reason. Used to be, when you got a girl’s number, you had a finite amount of time to call her or you’d blow your chance.Now, you can just friend her, send her a message or like a post every now and then and string things out till Judgment Day.Why more younger women like Anna Lynne Mc Cord are falling into the arms of older guys.It's often called "Sugar Daddy Syndrome" others believe the trend has a lot to do with the fact that her father wasn't in the picture that much in the early days.worse yet, if she brings him over for dinner or to the family bbq? Or is this trend fuelled by one's instinct to nurture or be nurtured?
But trying to solve this by declaring the customer “always right” is counter-productive.
We've seen them in movies, read about them in Nicholas Sparks novels, watched them on popular dating shows, and heard about them in the courtship tales of our mothers and grandmothers.
These traditional symbols of romance are unmistakable.
Yet if you're a single, modern women today (and that category includes young professionals, college co-eds, small-town girls, divorced MILFs and all women in between), then you've probably been wondering..isn't this happening in my own love life?!
Instead of encountering handsome men and hearing, "It was great to meet you - can I take you for dinner on Saturday?