Why Is It Young Women Do Not Mind Being Married By Old Men In Gray Hair?

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  1. ngureco profile image81
    ngurecoposted 15 years ago

    Why Is It Young Women Do Not Mind Being Married By Old Men In Gray Hair?

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    Lady_Eposted 15 years ago

    They don' mind because most of the time the men in gray hair have very green pockets.

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    TypingTornadoposted 15 years ago

    he had very grey hair and very empty pockets.  sorry to flatten some egos, but it's very true that a lovely young woman can fall madly in love with an older, grey-haired, penniless man.

  4. DancingRedFeather profile image60
    DancingRedFeatherposted 14 years ago

    FATHER FIGURE, protection, being treated better than a young guy, more experience on how to treat a woman, better sex, and it hasn't anything always to do with money.

    Me, I don't like older guys, am 66 and I prefer them 10 years younger.

  5. mjhmorris profile image60
    mjhmorrisposted 13 years ago

    Lets get real there is no comparison  with youth and being older. this is  what life is about. You can spend money on  your appearance but your habits and mind are aged. Most of these Gents have a good abundance of the Green stuff and I don[t  mean lettuce.  Reminds me of my ex. married a 21yr, old 30yrs age difference. Three months later asking me to help him get .,this annulled.. she kept her boy friend  in hiding and used credit cards that added up to 24 tho. dollars. Most of these  end up with the Woman wanting a lover, also I am sure Grand-pa has a pre-nuptial he can't be this senseless... If young Woman prefer men like Michael Douglas well this is a bit different as  I would like one too.

  6. fiftyish profile image60
    fiftyishposted 12 years ago

    As someone who has 3 mates married to women half their age (literally), i can shed some light on this subject.

    The older (and uglier they are), the less chance there is of them straying. Many a young women has had a gutful of chauvinistic young guys playing around behind their backs, and so enjoys feeling more secure in an age-gap relationship.

    But it's important to note that older guys are not elderly, meaning 70's or 80's with perhaps one foot in the grave. Now that is a bit sick depending how 'young' the young partner is of course.

    I actually did a hot seat interview with a mate of mine a few months back on this very subject (sorry, can't post the location due to Hub rules), and he's 32 years older than his wife, and what's more they're just about to have their first baby.

    Andy Aitch


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