Staying young is beneficial, if you want to be loved.

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    Apr 20, 2014 1:55 AM GMT
    With my 40th birthday fast approaching like a speeding bus. I tend to think about getting older more and more each day. When will true love happen. Or an even more frightening thought... Growing old alone, doomed to a life as a sugar daddy.icon_eek.gif

    Is finding love for the older gay man a harder challenge? If so, what are some of the pit falls to being older while looking for love?
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    Apr 20, 2014 1:56 AM GMT
    if that is the case I shall take lonely. I am enjoying getting older.
  • tj85016

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    Apr 20, 2014 1:58 AM GMT
    since when does growing older equate to becoming a sugar daddy?
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    Apr 20, 2014 1:59 AM GMT
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    Apr 20, 2014 1:59 AM GMT
    From reading your profile seems you may be feelin insecure.

    Chill for a little imo
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    Apr 20, 2014 2:22 AM GMT
    [quote][cite]tj85016 said[/cite]since when does growing older equate to becoming a sugar daddy?[/quote

    I was at a house party a few days ago and happened to over hear a group of 20 something year old boys talk about the "benefits" of dating mature men (significantly older). But the major statement that was said by the most attractive of the group was "Kiss them once a year, and take their money". That made me think. It shocked me to the core. Real possibility exists, that when a 20 year old man is in a relationship with a 60 year old one, chances are, he may not be after his body.
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    Apr 20, 2014 2:22 AM GMT
    Depends where you live. If you live in a large urban city your choices are practically limitless. If you live in a small city ... better hurry up icon_neutral.gif
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    Apr 20, 2014 2:23 AM GMT
    Wesley10 said[quote][cite]tj85016 said[/cite]since when does growing older equate to becoming a sugar daddy?[/quote

    I was at a house party a few days ago and happened to over hear a group of 20 something year old boys talk about the "benefits" of dating mature men (significantly older). But the major statement that was said by the most attractive of the group was "Kiss them once a year, and take their money". That made me think. It shocked me to the core. Real possibility exists, that when a 20 year old man is in a relationship with a 60 year old one, chances are, he may not be after his body.


    LOL ... you think?
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    Apr 20, 2014 2:25 AM GMT
    Wesley10 said[quote][cite]tj85016 said[/cite]since when does growing older equate to becoming a sugar daddy?[/quote

    I was at a house party a few days ago and happened to over hear a group of 20 something year old boys talk about the "benefits" of dating mature men (significantly older). But the major statement that was said by the most attractive of the group was "Kiss them once a year, and take their money". That made me think. It shocked me to the core. Real possibility exists, that when a 20 year old man is in a relationship with a 60 year old one, chances are, he may not be after his body.

    Oh please, kids say all kinds of things to appear outrageous. This worries you, seriously?
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    Apr 20, 2014 2:30 AM GMT
    Timbales said

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    Apr 20, 2014 2:30 AM GMT
    Wesley10 said[quote][cite]tj85016 said[/cite]since when does growing older equate to becoming a sugar daddy?[/quote

    I was at a house party a few days ago and happened to over hear a group of 20 something year old boys talk about the "benefits" of dating mature men (significantly older). But the major statement that was said by the most attractive of the group was "Kiss them once a year, and take their money". That made me think. It shocked me to the core. Real possibility exists, that when a 20 year old man is in a relationship with a 60 year old one, chances are, he may not be after his body.


    lol. shocked? what planet are you on?
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    Apr 20, 2014 2:32 AM GMT
    ElectroShark said
    tj85016 said[/cite]since when does growing older equate to becoming a sugar daddy?

    Wesley10 said
    I was at a house party a few days ago and happened to over hear a group of 20 something year old boys talk about the "benefits" of dating mature men (significantly older). But the major statement that was said by the most attractive of the group was "Kiss them once a year, and take their money". That made me think. It shocked me to the core. Real possibility exists, that when a 20 year old man is in a relationship with a 60 year old one, chances are, he may not be after his body.


    ElectroShark said
    Oh please, kids say all kinds of things to appear outrageous. This worries you, seriously?


    Wesley10 said
    It is not as if they will be taking my money. So no, I am not worried at all.
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    Apr 20, 2014 3:10 AM GMT
    tj85016 said
    Wesley10 said[quote][cite]tj85016 said[/cite]since when does growing older equate to becoming a sugar daddy?[/quote

    I was at a house party a few days ago and happened to over hear a group of 20 something year old boys talk about the "benefits" of dating mature men (significantly older). But the major statement that was said by the most attractive of the group was "Kiss them once a year, and take their money". That made me think. It shocked me to the core. Real possibility exists, that when a 20 year old man is in a relationship with a 60 year old one, chances are, he may not be after his body.


    lol. shocked? what planet are you on?


    Wesley10 said
    A younger planet apparently?
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    Apr 20, 2014 4:50 AM GMT
    TRUST Me - there is NOTHING to be worried about.

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    Apr 20, 2014 5:45 AM GMT
    Timbales said

    Eddie Cantor (and Lucille Ball!) said it first:

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    Apr 20, 2014 2:06 PM GMT
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    Timbales said

    Eddie Cantor (and Lucille Ball!) said it first:




    When I saw the videos I couldn't stop laughing... Thank you so much for responding positively.