DATING YOUNGER GUYS ?

  • BeachStud2014

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    Jun 11, 2010 9:11 PM GMT
    I have noticed lately that i have been attracting younger guys
    i have always dated guys around my own age im 32 now" and i was confused about dating someone say 18-25 or 10 years younger etc i do find these guys attractive but is it worth it ?
    anyone expierencing this situation or in a realtionship with a younger guy have some input about this ????
    thanx
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    Jun 11, 2010 9:15 PM GMT
    Well I'm not in a relationship with a younger guy, but I'm a young guy icon_razz.gif LOL I think everything depends because you can't lump all young guys into one category. There are mature young guys and immature young guys and it's not that big of a deal, if you both want to make it work, you'll make it work, regardless of your age gap.
  • masculumpedes

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    Jun 12, 2010 12:54 AM GMT
    The main thing I have noticed about dating younger guys is that they are usually not ready to settle down to be a one-man type of person. And it's understandable.....When you're young is the time to experience different things and different situations. icon_wink.gif
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    Jun 12, 2010 3:13 AM GMT
    I get a lot of younger guys interested in me, and I've dated guys 10-15 years younger than me. My experience hasn't been very favourable, you're in a different headspace than they are and mostly likely want different things. If you're looking to have fun with them, then cool, but getting involved has been difficult for me. That being said, there are always going to be exceptions. Some younger guys might click with you on all the right things. As cliche as it may be, age is just a number, and I've been involved with guys my age or older who need a swift kick in the ass icon_smile.gif
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    Jun 12, 2010 3:14 AM GMT
    Enjoy yourself. Life is short. icon_rolleyes.gif

    I'm attracted to Wall Street types. icon_redface.gif
  • jgymnast733

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    Jun 12, 2010 3:20 AM GMT
    Oh Dear,
    Younger guys are always trying to hook up with me but always keep the subject around bodybuilding or something manly until the real truth comes out, i have this guy around the neighborhood who keeps asking me ''When you gonna let me get some of that fat ass''icon_eek.gif...[He's in high school, mind you], i said ''NEVER''....
    I also find it a challange dating someone younger[he's 23] , and at times he plays around too much and it gets on my nerves.... I have to remind myself that he's still young and i should just chill, i gave him the okay to have a few buddies from school over for beers,,they all got drunk and passed out in the living room floor.icon_rolleyes.gif KIDS...icon_lol.gif



  • victor8

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    Jun 12, 2010 3:31 AM GMT
    i love playing with younger boys...i love being called dad...and i get hit on all the time by 20 somethings....but try and date a guy my age and it is harder than you can imagine....WHY....i don't know....but for long term 5 yrs + or - would be good!!
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    Jun 12, 2010 3:32 AM GMT
    A1EX saidEnjoy yourself. Life is short. icon_rolleyes.gif

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    oh for sure. have fun icon_smile.gif just be realistic when you get involved icon_smile.gif
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    Jun 12, 2010 3:36 AM GMT
    Personally I don't think there is an issue in dating someone younger, as long as there is maturity and both parties are ok with things. I don't think that an age group makes someone worth it or not, personally i can't have any input because i have never dated anyone younger, however, i think that every person has its flaws and virtues and its up to the individual if they want to make a relationship work regardless of age.
    I personally find myself attracted to guys that are a little older than me, say in their mid 20's.
    I'm not opposed to dating someone older, however, i wouldn't date someone younger, im only 19, someone older wouldn't be such a great idea.
    Anyway, what am i saying, i have no experience in the art of love. lol.
    take whats productive and trash what is not. icon_smile.gif
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    Jun 12, 2010 4:01 AM GMT

    you can't act 18, he can't act 32 but maybe you can both fake 25. :p*
  • NursePractiti...

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    Jun 12, 2010 4:41 AM GMT
    Wish I had that problem sometimes. But only sometimes.
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    Jun 12, 2010 5:07 AM GMT
    just dont generalize when you do date a younger guy icon_smile.gif.
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    Jun 12, 2010 5:35 AM GMT
    Just finished a week with a 25 year old and I'm 52. Big age difference but I have to tell you, of all the guys I've gone out with (and I've kissed a lot of frogs in the past 2 1/2 years), I had more fun, communicated more openly and felt more comfortable with this guy than any of the others! Unfortunately he lives in the other end of the state, but before he left, because we both had the same feelings, we talked about how hard it would be to have a permanent relationship as I enter my work twilight and he is just starting to get started. We agreed to continue to see each other we could but when either of us found someone else, we turned to friends, hopefully for life. Age does make a difference long term but it doesn't have to mean you can't develop great friendships in the meantime.
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    Jun 12, 2010 6:22 AM GMT
    beachhunk2010 saidI have noticed lately that i have been attracting younger guys
    I don't blame them. You're fucking hot. icon_biggrin.gif
  • HOTWEILLER

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    Jun 12, 2010 6:25 AM GMT
    In my case no fucking way! I am 20 and i only ''go out'' with guys with more than 15 years than me.

    Sorry the youngers and guys with the same age of mine, but the oldest ones turn me on.
  • BeachStud2014

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    Jun 12, 2010 2:29 PM GMT
    lol
    thanx for the advice
    very intresting! so many diffrent responses : )
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    Jun 12, 2010 3:59 PM GMT

    What kind of challenges did you run into dating anyone?

    You may find you have the Elizabeth Taylor Syndrome....As you get older and have more BF's and husbands you find you keep coming back to a particular age group.

    People mature and develop dating skills at different ages and some never do.

    Dating is just that dating and you should have fun. Turning dating into any type of successful relationship takes a different set of skills that hopefully one picks up when they are young and continues on through life.

    Just don't be afraid or afraid to make mistakes!
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    Jun 12, 2010 4:28 PM GMT



    They are Naive and Horny....What's Not to love about Them icon_lol.gificon_biggrin.gif
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    Jun 12, 2010 4:30 PM GMT
    Roccoe said
    What kind of challenges did you run into dating anyone?

    You may find you have the Elizabeth Taylor Syndrome....As you get older and have more BF's and husbands you find you keep coming back to a particular age group.

    People mature and develop dating skills at different ages and some never do.

    Dating is just that dating and you should have fun. Turning dating into any type of successful relationship takes a different set of skills that hopefully one picks up when they are young and continues on through life.

    Just don't be afraid or afraid to make mistakes!



    NICE!!! I love the older, wiser perspective on this. Don't take things so damn seriously, go, have fun, let yourself make mistakes because you will anyway, don't be afraid, just go live your life, be and let it happen because it's going to anyway. Take it all a little less seriously and have some fun while you learn along the way. Great advice!
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    Jun 12, 2010 4:33 PM GMT
    Yes, have been seeing guys half my age or less lately. (Note that half my age is still way above the legal limit). I like the sex, but don't foresee any relationship.
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    Jun 12, 2010 4:56 PM GMT
    beachhunk2010 saidI have noticed lately that i have been attracting younger guys
    i have always dated guys around my own age im 32 now" and i was confused about dating someone say 18-25 or 10 years younger etc i do find these guys attractive but is it worth it ?
    anyone expierencing this situation or in a realtionship with a younger guy have some input about this ????
    thanx


    Hey Beach...

    I dated someone 13 years my junior recently. It was fun and light in the beginning. He brought up the issue of exclusivity, and I agreed to it. He introduced me to all his friends, his family, grandmother etc.

    Fast forward to the end of the relationship (which lasted less than 5 months) it fell apart because he figured that what he wanted in the beginning wasn't what he bargained for. He didn't want to be monogamous ... "I'm only 22" - ok fair enough.

    It was a lesson learned. With age comes years of experience. With younger guys, there is a lack of time therefore, there is a lack of experience, regardless of what they try to feed you.

    Then when they experience what 'real life' is as a couple, they don't want it right yet.

    So if you're going to - fuck them good and hard, and leave them at the 3 month mark icon_smile.gif

    hehehhe

    G
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    Jun 12, 2010 5:11 PM GMT
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    beachhunk2010 saidI have noticed lately that i have been attracting younger guys
    i have always dated guys around my own age im 32 now" and i was confused about dating someone say 18-25 or 10 years younger etc i do find these guys attractive but is it worth it ?
    anyone expierencing this situation or in a realtionship with a younger guy have some input about this ????
    thanx


    Hey Beach...

    I dated someone 13 years my junior recently. It was fun and light in the beginning. He brought up the issue of exclusivity, and I agreed to it. He introduced me to all his friends, his family, grandmother etc.

    Fast forward to the end of the relationship (which lasted less than 5 months) it fell apart because he figured that what he wanted in the beginning wasn't what he bargained for. He didn't want to be monogamous ... "I'm only 22" - ok fair enough.

    It was a lesson learned. With age comes years of experience. With younger guys, there is a lack of time therefore, there is a lack of experience, regardless of what they try to feed you.

    Then when they experience what 'real life' is as a couple, they don't want it right yet.

    So if you're going to - fuck them good and hard, and leave them at the 3 month mark icon_smile.gif

    hehehhe

    G


    Similar story here with some differences.
    He's 26 years younger.
    Did not introduce each other to families.
    Exclusivity was more his idea. Due to being 200 miles away I suggested it was not a good idea because he would get horny and need relief while I was 3 hours away.
    Lasted even shorter, about 2 and half or 3 months.
    What he wanted different than first expected was not about exclusivity (he eventually agreed with my explanation of the practical matters regarding long-distance); he wanted someone more feisty and confrontational than me.
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    Jun 12, 2010 8:03 PM GMT
    The youngest guy I ever dated was 28, I was 30. Younger guys never hit on me until I hit my late 30s. Now that's all I get is guys in their early 20s hitting on me.

    Would much rather a handsome, cool, unjaded, masculine guy around my own age would hit on me lol
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    Jun 12, 2010 8:36 PM GMT
    DolGe said
    beachhunk2010 saidI have noticed lately that i have been attracting younger guys
    i have always dated guys around my own age im 32 now" and i was confused about dating someone say 18-25 or 10 years younger etc i do find these guys attractive but is it worth it ?
    anyone expierencing this situation or in a realtionship with a younger guy have some input about this ????
    thanx


    Hey Beach...

    I dated someone 13 years my junior recently. It was fun and light in the beginning. He brought up the issue of exclusivity, and I agreed to it. He introduced me to all his friends, his family, grandmother etc.

    Fast forward to the end of the relationship (which lasted less than 5 months) it fell apart because he figured that what he wanted in the beginning wasn't what he bargained for. He didn't want to be monogamous ... "I'm only 22" - ok fair enough.

    It was a lesson learned. With age comes years of experience. With younger guys, there is a lack of time therefore, there is a lack of experience, regardless of what they try to feed you.

    Then when they experience what 'real life' is as a couple, they don't want it right yet.

    So if you're going to - fuck them good and hard, and leave them at the 3 month mark icon_smile.gif

    hehehhe

    G


    my case was the opposite.
    hit the 6 month mark.
    Introduced him to friends and family, everything was fantastic, then he started saying i may be too young, that hes scared that i dont know what i want, when i clearly, stated what i wanted, and what i wanted was him, he would always say it, and bring it up, and he justified it with saying that at my age he was all over the place...and because he was like that at his age, and i too will be like that, needless to say it fell apart, and i was left with "WTF?" in my mind haha.

    moral of the story, just because one guy has said the same to someone, or that so and so was the same at that age, doesnt mean another guy will think the same, dont pass up an opportunity because you "think" so and so will be like that based on their age, heigh, etc etc.
    if that makes sense.
    *not directed at anyone..just throwin it out there.

    ps. youre a stud ;)
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    Jun 13, 2010 1:18 AM GMT
    We're not worth it.