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How to tell is a female really young or just a slow aging?

  1. profile image59
    peter565posted 2 years ago

    How to tell is a female really young or just a slow aging?

    Many people today age slowly, there are more people in their 40s but still look like a teenager. Yesterday, in the shopping centre, I saw this woman, who look 17, but her hair is grey, sitting with a guy and little boy, by the way they interact, she seem like their mum, so curiously, I asked and as I expected, the older guy is her son and the younger is her grandson and she is 52. With so many old people not ageing, Dating is becoming confusing, because you can never tell if she is a girl or an ageless old lady(Unless u are an old man, dating old lady? Yuck). So how to tell the difference?

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  2. ChristinS profile image96
    ChristinSposted 2 years ago

    Well, you may say yuck and that's your opinion but what an asinine thing to say.  People are people.  I am with the love of my life now and he happens to be 9 years younger than me.  He never said "yuck" when we met and it's a good thing to. We're best friends and the age subject never comes up.  We're a great match and I wasn't looking for an "age" when we met and neither was he.  We were looking for compatibility and a kind partner.   I mean I know I am fortunate to find someone stupid enough to love me, seeing as how I came from the Jurassic era and all. At the ripe old lady age of 42 I guess I should shrivel up and die and not dare to still look good.  eyeroll.

    1. profile image59
      peter565posted 2 years agoin reply to this

      I don't mind dating bit older if she is my own gen(I'm 30) but I don't think I'll be able to date a 40 years old, not at least till I'm at least 36. Glad to know u found someone, where the age gap don't bother him PS: Woman in photo Naomii Watss 48

  3. dashingscorpio profile image87
    dashingscorpioposted 2 years ago

    Dating shouldn't be all that "confusing". There's an attraction or not.
    Generally speaking people are open about revealing their age.
    If you were physically attracted to someone until you found out their age it means you have a mental hang up. Odds are the vast majority of people who go out on dates aren't going to end up getting married.
    For the record most older women are not interested in pursuing young guys. A lot of young guys want to date older women because they're usually, independent, sexually liberated, and not seeking a fairytale ending. Dating is mostly a fun carefree social activity.
    The great thing is age is not a big deal unless one makes it so.
    FYI: A lot of older guys are pursuing younger women.
    Some of the women say "yuck" and some do not.

 
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