I am 29 but I can assure you that I do not look like one at all. I am sure you will say that I look 4 to 5 years younger then what I am actually. It sounds good that I look younger and have more options so far girl are concerned but there is a flip side too. Since I look younger hence it may give people an impression that I am not so matured a person. What do you like girls? A young guy or a matured looking guy?
Well, of course I'm not a girl... But I'd like to say that you look very young for your age! You have sooo much to look forward to: Including the day you look in the mirror & say "OMG how did my hair change colour!" Be Brave!! It gets worse... Gravity sets in (which is ok But) then you will find that you now look 5 years older than you are. Sorry to share this with you... it's just something that happens when you least expect or want it to! Be Prepared.. It might happen tommorrow!
I prefer my men my age or a year or two older than me personally. I do have to say it it annoying when you go places and you are barely 5 feet and when your driving a police pulls you over because they are confused to if you are olde enough.
I've looked like a teenager since I entered my 20s....lol. But personally I like men older than I. But its not a looks thing, its a personality thing. You can look mature but be a huge baby and vice versa. If a guys personality is mature, then I've got a winner....lol
I like older men. There is something about their experiences and often their wisdom that I find attractive. But then I also like authoritative, and often dominant, men.
I've dated some younger men and it just wasn't good for me.
But you're not asking about age, you're asking about appearances.
Both of my husbands look/ed young for their ages. Others disagree, but I find that my husband has a very youthful experience in spite of being bald. It's not an unattractive trait.
Everybody has different tastes. It's the same as how some men like bigger women and some like skinny women (and some like them in between). Some women like a bit of gray at the temples, some like them bald (that's me!) and some prefer a full head of, for example, black hair.
True I have heard and read at a number of places that women find a man more attractive if he is humorous and intelligent than if he is just plain hunk. Well actually I am very intelligent but only thing is that I do not look like only . So I think I miss the train here!
When I was dating, I looked for a guy who was close to my age (no more than 7 years older or 2 years younger) but then, I was 20 when I got married. While a man's looks are important, they will not last forever (and neither will hers), so I looked for a personality and values that I could love forever. I find my husband extremely attractive, but have no ideal for how a man should look.
Right now, as a married woman, I appreciate the looking man who checks for a wedding ring before he starts flitting -- and upon seeing one, doesn't flirt!
well...I have always gone for guys in the same age range as myself. I'm 27 (almost) but apparently look 20 because I always get carded for buying alcohol. I know twenty years from now I'll be happy about my youthful appearance but right now it can be a pain
O come on everyone is! Ain't you? Or maybe you don't need to because you still look so young. I had almost fallen for you when I saw your previous avatar. You didn't looked like a mom of a four year old kid. Ok..... now I get it .... Looking at your previous avatar I started flirting with you and so you thought to just show me the right way and changed your avatar. Ok so it was because of me !
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