Older Mentality

  • Joeyphx444

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    Sep 29, 2013 5:09 PM GMT
    I know there are many age threads but I just had some thoughts and questions

    Specifically about men in their 30's. They think they are so old and wise yet they really aren't. I KNOW I am young and all that but I don't like being treated like I am a baby or a kid by these guys. Definitely not saying it's ALL guys in their 30's but based on my exp, it certainly feels that way. They seem to get the "big brother/little brother" mentality with me. All they do is give me the same advice of being young and how they have dated young before and how bad it was. Also, they say how guys my age say we are mature but then the age shows eventually. I can see how they can say that but is there a way to break that stereotype without acting like you are TRYING to prove them wrong?

    Some of the guys my age DO fit those stereotypes do fit then and then the ones that don't are all looking for older guys icon_rolleyes.gif

    It must be a sign that I have to concentrate on befriending and dating men by age or +5 years
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    Sep 29, 2013 5:12 PM GMT
    Most people are stupid and will never be wise. Aging does not bring wisdom, so you can be kind of wise at 18, but more likely a moron. Once a moron, it's hard to turn that ship around and turning 30-40-90 will not ever make a dummy wise. Ever.
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    Sep 29, 2013 5:40 PM GMT
    Are you actually meeting these guys or is it all cyber? I just looked at your profile and you could easily pass for 28, a very handsome, hot 28 years. That being said, maybe you should stop focusing on age and just don't bring it up or reveal it up front. My first love, when I was 23, was nine years older than me and the age difference was never an issue with us.
  • MikeW

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    Sep 29, 2013 6:51 PM GMT
    immobilarityisNOTaword saidsome people try to be stuck in their youth BUT they look weird.

    I resemble that remark!