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Women dating older men old too old

Of course, there are exceptions to the rule, but they are a ~20% minority. Men focus more on the age given there are enough women ages 21-35.* At 60 years old, the activity for men drops off a cliff since 60 is the age women surveyed would be the limit in terms of dating since the oldest woman I surveyed was 42. Many say that 60 is the new 40, so perhaps in 10 years, women will decide that it’s OK to date younger men, and all this nonsense will be for not!

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For one semester, Stephanie and I had a frolicking good time.Let’s just say that older sister Karen wasn’t very happy with either of us. Maybe women think men are immature because even at 45, with our receding hair and ever expanding girth, we act like college dudes chasing tail even though we no longer have game.Yes, men are immature, but only because women let us be immature. Since we were wee lads, girls have always discriminated against younger boys in school. As a result of our consistent rejections by “older” women, we don’t like dating older women.The 24 year old has no competitive advantage over the 29 year old in other words.* There is a perception difference between a 29 year old and a 30 year old woman, even if it’s just a one year difference.After a while, men become inured to a woman’s dismissal, which ironically makes them more attractive because of an added level of confidence, that leads to better dialogue and approachability.

Of the 25 single men I surveyed ages 30-40, they all agree that around 35 is the best time for a man to be single.

Other Points from the Survey * Whether a woman is 24-29, it doesn’t matter.

A 29 year old is just as attractive to a man as a 24 year old.

.” No matter what I said, or what nice things I did for Karen, she was out of my league since I was younger.

Karen was a 17 year old junior, and I was an incredibly good looking and intelligent 16 year old. This is exactly what my mom told me every time I brought her cupcakes.

The rejection was devastating until a bright light named Stephanie joined my high school as a freshman.