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#1 Sep 09 2013 at 6:29 PM Rating: Decent
a 22 year old recent college grad if you were 30?


...if it helps, everyone I've met is shocked when I tell them I'm 30 and I feel younger too. So, there's that.

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#2 Sep 09 2013 at 6:30 PM Rating: Excellent
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Probably, though I imagine my wife might be a little peeved about it.
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#3 Sep 09 2013 at 6:56 PM Rating: Excellent
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What's the rule, half your age plus seven? You just squeaked in, dude/dudette.
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#4 Sep 09 2013 at 7:05 PM Rating: Decent
Dude. I think a 30 year old woman dating a 22 year guy would very odd...but of course that may or may not be a double standard
#5 Sep 09 2013 at 8:09 PM Rating: Excellent
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Dude. I think a 30 year old woman dating a 22 year guy would very odd...but of course that may or may not be a double standard


That was sort of my oldest sister and her ex husband.

I knew it wasn't going to last when I found out he was into Warhammer 4000.... and as part of their marriage she made him sell the table. Smiley: disappointed
#6 Sep 09 2013 at 8:32 PM Rating: Good
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electromagnet83 wrote:
Dude. I think a 30 year old woman dating a 22 year guy would very odd...but of course that may or may not be a double standard


That was sort of my oldest sister and her ex husband.

I knew it wasn't going to last when I found out he was into Warhammer 4000.... and as part of their marriage she made him sell the table. Smiley: disappointed


Yea. Women who make men sell their things never ends well.
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Absolutely.
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#8 Sep 10 2013 at 2:32 AM Rating: Default
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electromagnet83 wrote:
a 22 year old recent college grad if you were 30?


Go for it..
#9 Sep 10 2013 at 4:55 AM Rating: Good
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electromagnet83 wrote:
...if it helps, everyone I've met is shocked when I tell them I'm 30 and I feel younger too. So, there's that.
HAHA you're immature!
#10 Sep 10 2013 at 7:51 AM Rating: Good
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I dated a 39 year old when I was 20. It was hawt.
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22 and 30 doesn't seem unusual to me.
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Probably, though I imagine my wife might be a little peeved about it.

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#13 Sep 10 2013 at 11:04 AM Rating: Decent
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As long as state law allows it, age doesn't make a difference. I dated a 19 year old...when I was 33.... Well actually he dated me, I didn't want to go out with him in the first place but I was kind of horny.

Also, when I was 19... I dated a 46 year old, where is your god now?
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#14 Sep 10 2013 at 11:35 AM Rating: Decent
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As long as state law allows it, age doesn't make a difference. I dated a 19 year old...when I was 33.... Well actually he dated me, I didn't want to go out with him in the first place but I was kind of horny.

Also, when I was 19... I dated a 46 year old, where is your god now?


If you were just horny you probably could have found a dozen people or so to take care of that problem Smiley: nod
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22 and 30 doesn't seem unusual to me.

Does and doesn't to me. Without knowing where they are in their lives, it's hard to say. A lot of 30 year olds aren't that different from 22 year olds. Some of them are a lot more established and "mature" for lack of a more elegant word. When I hear of a 25 year old dating an 18 year old there's enough of a maturation gulf that my thought is always "What social deficiencies does he/she have that he/she can't find other 25 year olds to date?" Whether that gulf exists between these two I have no idea.
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#16 Sep 10 2013 at 11:37 AM Rating: Good
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Dyadem wrote:
Also, when I was 19... I dated a 46 year old, where is your god now?
Sexy salt 'n pepper hair?
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Dyadem wrote:
Also, when I was 19... I dated a 46 year old, where is your god now?
Sexy salt 'n pepper hair?
Beemer and his own flat. Smiley: nod
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#18 Sep 10 2013 at 11:43 AM Rating: Decent
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Elinda wrote:
22 and 30 doesn't seem unusual to me.

Does and doesn't to me. Without knowing where they are in their lives, it's hard to say. A lot of 30 year olds aren't that different from 22 year olds. Some of them are a lot more established and "mature" for lack of a more elegant word. When I hear of a 25 year old dating an 18 year old there's enough of a maturation gulf that my thought is always "What social deficiencies does he/she have that he/she can't find other 25 year olds to date?" Whether that gulf exists between these two I have no idea.



Well she just graduated and is job hunting. I already have a job but am still in college (which is where we met). I am trying to buy a house and she is apartment hunting in Austin here. So.. I guess we're similarly different lol.
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Jophiel wrote:
Elinda wrote:
22 and 30 doesn't seem unusual to me.

Some of them are a lot more established and "mature" for lack of a more elegant word.
Those are the married ones.
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electromagnet83 wrote:
Jophiel wrote:
Elinda wrote:
22 and 30 doesn't seem unusual to me.

Does and doesn't to me. Without knowing where they are in their lives, it's hard to say. A lot of 30 year olds aren't that different from 22 year olds. Some of them are a lot more established and "mature" for lack of a more elegant word. When I hear of a 25 year old dating an 18 year old there's enough of a maturation gulf that my thought is always "What social deficiencies does he/she have that he/she can't find other 25 year olds to date?" Whether that gulf exists between these two I have no idea.



Well she just graduated and is job hunting. I already have a job but am still in college (which is where we met). I am trying to buy a house and she is apartment hunting in Austin here. So.. I guess we're similarly different lol.
That's not even close to what he was referring to.



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#21 Sep 11 2013 at 10:35 AM Rating: Decent
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Yea. Women who make men sell their things never ends well.


My wife just throws things out, slowly, when I'm not looking so I don't notice for a year or two. It's awesome, house gets cleared of crap I don't use and I don't have to do it :). Added bonus, I no longer have to make the french fries since she threw out my french fry cutter-upper.
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Potato wedges with lemon, oregano, and garlic are better anyway.
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Sir Xsarus wrote:
Potato wedges with lemon, oregano, and garlic are better anyway.

Better than women, you mean. Potato wedges don't throw out your stuff.
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I don't know, I'd guess women would taste okay fried with lemon oregano and garlic as well.
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Depends on the marbling.
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#26 Sep 12 2013 at 1:11 AM Rating: Good
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What's the rule, half your age plus seven? You just squeaked in, dude/dudette.


I think that's been mostly phased out in favor of "If you have to ask, the answer is yes, it's creepy."

Honestly though, 22/30 isn't that big a split. Especially if they're an older acting 22 / younger acting 30.
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