As you have aged

  • Matthew56

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    Nov 14, 2014 6:18 PM GMT
    Do you find that you fm have got better looking and has started to blossom grow into their looks
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    Nov 15, 2014 12:41 AM GMT
    Another "looks" thread?

    Okay, there's hope for you. If you age "well," compared to your peers who didn't you'll look better.

    Age is the great equalizer in another way; pretty people get uglier while the not-so-pretty tend to stay the same.

    There was a line regarding old women in "The Life & Loves of a She-Devil" I can't quite recall but went something like: "Age is a mercy to us dogs."
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    Nov 15, 2014 3:09 AM GMT
    I find that I'm the hottest fucking thing that ever walked the face of this earth.
  • HottJoe

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    Nov 15, 2014 3:58 AM GMT
    paulflexes saidI find that I'm the hottest fucking thing that ever walked biked the face of this earth.

    /thread
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    Nov 15, 2014 9:00 AM GMT
    My baby face seems to have matured a little, which is awesome. Could just be because I'm fitter though and don't carry as much weight as I used to.
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    Nov 15, 2014 6:17 PM GMT
    Age hasn't gotten me better looking , the only think it did , is making me look older ..icon_smile.gif
  • muscleboundfe...

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    Nov 15, 2014 6:34 PM GMT
    I look more masculine. I haven't been mistaken for a woman in years.
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    Nov 16, 2014 2:26 AM GMT
    No
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    Nov 16, 2014 2:34 AM GMT
    Absolutely not icon_cry.gif
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    Nov 16, 2014 2:35 AM GMT


    As I have aged Ihsabcv *left finger pops off* Hang on. There.

    As I have aged I fnhuai *jaw disconnects and hangs sideways, drool on keyboard*

    Yikes. OK AS I have aged I found that lcmkjasd *right hand falls on floor*

    ...you'll have to excuse me for a bit.

    Bill! Do we have any surgical glue left? I'll also need some nylon fishing line and a carpet needle as well.


    You guys run along now.


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    Nov 16, 2014 2:39 AM GMT
    meninlove said

    As I have aged Ihsabcv *left finger pops off* Hang on. There.

    As I have aged I fnhuai *jaw disconnects and hangs sideways, drool on keyboard*

    Yikes. OK AS I have aged I found that lcmkjasd *right hand falls on floor*

    ...you'll have to excuse me for a bit.

    Bill! Do we have any surgical glue left? I'll also need some nylon fishing line and a carpet needle as well.


    You guys run along now.




    Tell me about it...

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    Nov 16, 2014 2:49 AM GMT
    I like getting older.

    I have more Love.

    I'm smarter.

    I fill out a t-shirt better than ever.

    Everyone I have loved has died.

    Bit I AM STILL HERE

    And life is meant for the living.

    I have tasted hatred, I still keep living,
    I LOVE Guys!!!

    Even bonapart and Kevex and whytehot(sic)



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    Nov 16, 2014 3:04 AM GMT
    meninlove said

    As I have aged Ihsabcv *left finger pops off* Hang on. There.

    As I have aged I fnhuai *jaw disconnects and hangs sideways, drool on keyboard*

    Yikes. OK AS I have aged I found that lcmkjasd *right hand falls on floor*

    ...you'll have to excuse me for a bit.

    Bill! Do we have any surgical glue left? I'll also need some nylon fishing line and a carpet needle as well.


    You guys run along now.




  • starboard5

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    Nov 16, 2014 3:26 AM GMT
    You're 27 so I assume your question is really directed at guys who are thirties to mid forties. Beyond that, there isn't really anything good to say about the physical side of life. Personally, I think 32 to 45 can be the best years, physically, of a man's life.

    Of course,how you age, physically, is a product of genetics and how you use those genetics. I'm 59 and in terms of diet and exercise, my life is more healthy than it's ever been. It's an investment. But the return on the investment seems to change with age. Testosterone and HGH diminish somewhat and gains in the gym are smaller and often accompanied with increased strain and injury and slower recovery. It becomes more about maintaining. That's why I always tell guys to get in shape before they're thirty.

    The plus side is mostly mental. When you get older you tend to gain more confidence in yourself in a wider variety of situations. You worry a lot less about what people may think of you. I find I have more patience with the things in life that I have no control over, and less patience with complication (i.e. drama.) Young people seem to be just the opposite: they can rage at the things they have no control over, yet have endless energy for complications.

    Anyway, don't fret over it. You look like you're in great shape and probably doing the right things.
  • AMoonHawk

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    Nov 16, 2014 3:35 AM GMT
    I've looked the best I could for my age at ever age
    99.9% of the public will fall somewhere in between totally unappealing and smoking hot ... so unless you lie outside that range, it doesn't really matter ... and those that do, don't generally stay there forever
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    Nov 16, 2014 8:44 AM GMT
    I'm 20, but I find that some of the younger people's version of the ideal starts to change with age, especially in their mid 30's to 40's. Some of the younger people look for the hottest guys, like the guys in the magazines, and I understand that because a lot of young guys are really horned up and all. I guess it's not til later on that we slow down and look for more, but I'm not saying that guys in their 20's aren't looking for that. Honestly, I feel like people around my age are just caught up in the media and the opinions of others. That's okay and all, but I feel like gay people especially feel extreme pressure of the weight of gay media - the whole young and beautiful BS. If only if the media put real people in advertisements, and not the 1% of the 1%, then more people would feel less pressured.
  • HottJoe

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    Nov 16, 2014 4:25 PM GMT
    So many people age recklessly, perhaps in denial of the years flying by. They let their bodies get out of shape and they let their skin get dry and wrinkled. The minimum seems to be brushing teeth and showering, but some can't even be bothered to do that much with regularity. Then they blame the media and wallow in self pity... (they will probably feel that I am being unfair and that they can't help the body they have).

    That's wrong. I do care, and they can help the body they have.

    If you workout, prevent skin issues, including premature wrinkles, then aging is not the doom and gloom people make it out to be. If you age well then you can be like a fine wine that's even more valuable than the current year.

    No one gets handed the perfect life. You have to work for your goals. Part of getting older means you learn to stop asking for a free pass and roll up your sleeves and make your own destiny.

    Preventing the signs of aging is just a matter of being the best you can be. We all get a finite amount of life, and no one said it would be easy.

    One other thing, living for your outer appearance is optional. Look at Stephen Hawking. He's someone who has lived an exceptional life without ever getting to have a functional body. He's a treasure to humankind and a reminder that what's on the inside is what makes it solid gold.
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    Nov 17, 2014 11:44 AM GMT
    Keep fit, and the weight off, and that already in the US is better than 50% of the people, and that number is probably higher...

    3 in fucking 4 men are considered to be overweight or obese. 75 %.. I was wrong, the bad kind of wrong. Oh the US... we don't know how to eat or vote (at least for this mid term 2014, SNAP !) //end rant !
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    Nov 17, 2014 11:53 AM GMT
    I like to think I get more handsome as I grow with age I'm definitely a lot less self conscious about my looks and body haha.

    there are a lot of guys that look ridiculously good-looking when they are in their early 20s and they get cocky thinking they have to do nothing and then when they are about to hit 30 they look like a fucking mess icon_sad.gif then there are those that just flourish into perfect specimens at 30 when once you wouldn't even bat an eyelash at them in their younger days….
  • HndsmKansan

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    Nov 17, 2014 1:01 PM GMT
    Hey, for sure. I was a "late bloomer" in that I was kind of a geek when I was growing up. It wasn't until college, that I "blossomed" (I remember a female friend of mine using that term) I laughed (and thought it weird), but certainly some truth. Fitness and exercise came along a little later, but it all added I think.
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    Nov 19, 2014 3:48 PM GMT
    Dallasfan824 saidNo

    Lie.