Dating old guys
Stay in for a couple nights by making dinner and watching a movie and doing one extreme outing during the week, even if it’s just for a bit. While the idea of dating an older guy may make you skeptical when you’re in your teens, by the time you’re in your twenties, it starts to seem like a great idea for many. A man who’s five or ten years older is well on his way out of his dude phase and that’s a good thing. An older guy will know where the important buttons on your body are and just how to push them. While an older guy isn’t necessarily going to be opposed to binge watching Netflix and ordering in, he does know what a proper date looks like.
He may be older, but he’s learned a lesson or two about making money, saving money and balancing his checkbook. He’s been through multiple ups and downs in relationships, and his feelings are in check. With endless kisses, hugs and soft lit candles, he goes the distance to make sure you are happy and satisfied.
I always seem to date guys between 10 to 20 years older than me, and from my relationships comes some of the best memories and experiences.
I still get the common response from my friends: “He’s too old for you! ” I’ve also had a few people in my life suggest that I do it because I am a "gold digger."So, the broad answer is this: To clarify, I’m not dating older men because I am a “gold digger.” It’s more important for me to pull my own weight and be financially stable.
I never babysat the kids in my neighborhood once; I couldn’t relate to kids at all. I would crush on older guys when I was 13, but I really didn’t start actually dating an older guy until I was 26; he was 40.
That relationship was fun and short-lived, but what I've learned since then has taken me a long way when dating older men.