But I try to respond to everyone, just because I think it's the polite thing to do.
Anyways, the site listed this girl as a match, but I just completely ignored it because she wasn't in that 23-31 range I was looking for.
Nevertheless, she messaged me and so I shot her a quick reply just trying to be cordial.
I'm not going to lie, yeah, it was a little flattering, but not what I was looking for (again felt she was too young).
Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. Id say its not illegal, its not immoral and if the 18 year old is mature for her age then its ok. I bet you jokers spend all day waiting for the chance to insult someones character. You think they pick on you, because you don't read enough of the rest of the forums. A few women are fairly mature at 18, but almost ALL of them THINK they are "more mature than their peers", so you can't go by what they say, and usually not by how they act. One of the biggest problems with that particular age gap, is that lots of mid-twenties people are ready to get serious, both emotionally, and practically.
So I had a birthday today and I realized I'm still a young adult but I'm really on the verge of just what I would call an "adult". But.....there is a world of difference betwenn 18 and 25. But almost no 18 year olds are even remotely ready, again, even though most of them think they are.
Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc. Or you click on a cute picture, read their profile, and think you have a lot in common and they happen to be 18? So buckaroo, not in the eyes of the law is it "too old".
So anyways, I posted a profile on a dating site just to see what would happen, and I've gotten quite a few messages.
(He's almost 50.) One morning, while reading the paper and having his coffee, she walked into his living room and announced she was leaving. "I want to meet someone nice," she blurted out over omelets "Someone serious so that I can have a family someday." Kristin turned 28 in March. The year started with several friends getting engaged and crescendoed into an autumn that was awash with bridal showers and weddings where I was invited without a guest. ) I thought back on that year and realized that was when I got serious about my mating and dating habits, a conscious decision that involved weeding out weak dating prospects, adjusting my outlook on life and getting out and about more often. Even Patty Stanger, the Millionaire Matchmaker, has told young women on her show "Okay, you're 27, you've got three good years left." At 28, you're still in the acceptable zone of single, but in society's eyes time is of the essence. You're done with college and have most likely had a job or two in the workforce.
She was kind enough to leave the engagement ring behind. There is something about being a 28-year-old woman, especially in an urban area, that makes them flip the switch from party girl to marriage material that often has nothing to do with a ticking biological clock. The most obvious reason is that it's cultural, subtly ingrained into our psyches over years of pop culture. In the opening scene of , for instance, Jessica is in temple on Yom Kippur, trying very hard to atone while wedged between her mother and grandmother. A Quarter Life Crisis, if applicable, has most likely come and gone.
Well I know this girl she used to date a 27 year old and no one but certain people had problems with it but if you are truly cared by the guy it should not matter right...
Well that's the thing people judged them for being together because of the big age difference...