“One of the first times we were out at a bar together, the male bartender hit on me when my date went to the bathroom.He leaned in and said, ‘I know he has more money than I do, but I can do things to you that he’s too old for if you know what I mean.’ "I was so angry that I couldn’t speak.Keep up with her.“If age is nothing but a number, don't act like a grandpa.We like going out and doing things, so you better be ready to get that ass moving! So basically, if you don't like going out and getting drunk at the club or hitting some wack-ass music festival, maybe don't date a 20-something. Remember that she's not looking for a sugar daddy.“Not all of us are financially helpless.“My boyfriend is closer to my dad’s age than he is to mine,” says Sarah, 27.“When I first told my parents that I was dating someone much older they were skeptical -- but once we hit the one-year mark they finally understood that it wasn’t a phase, and wanted to meet him, which was weird, but I think that the way my boyfriend handled it was great.We talked to collegiettes across the nation and relationship experts to see how an age difference impacts different aspects of a relationship.Dating A Younger Guy You may be smitten with that younger guy for a number of reasons—his chiseled abs and the fact he makes you feel like Mrs. But according to some collegiettes, your conversations with a younger beau may feel a little off at times.
While it’s important to have serious conversations with your boyfriend, keep in mind that it may be more difficult to connect with a younger guy.
One of the woes younger women tend to deal with when it comes to dating are men playing games with them. Yeah, sex is awesome, but unless you’re dating a nymphomaniac, you shouldn’t make sex the most important thing in the relationship.
Don't try to pressure me into it (marriage, children, etc.)” 6. “The things you admire us for in the beginning can become tiresome to you as we both get older, so please make sure to be honest with yourself about why you are attracted to us, and if it's for who we are -- not how we make you feel.” 7.
From Samantha Jones to Kourtney Kardashian, being a “cougar” has taken on a rather glamorous stereotype.
But while you may love trotting around with your youthful boy toy, not everyone may embrace this trendy reputation.