During my two years in California, I was forever 28.My acting coach warned me that admitting to being over 30 would completely ruin my chances at any sort of lasting success.That’s rude.” I responded, debating on returning every item I had just bought.“I’m not being rude, I’m just telling you the truth.” He went on, “You’re cute, but you should’ve come out here ten years ago.”“Better late than never!
Perusing his photos and his five o’clock shadow, I assumed he was lying about his age as well.You don’t have to overhaul your strategy based off of these guys' thoughts, but if you’re in a rut, take some tips right from the stallion’s mouth.“When you have too many pictures with family members, it makes us think you’re going to drag us to family functions early on.Balance the family photos with you doing something fun—like hanging out at a stadium—so I have a better idea of what our time together will be like.” –James, 42“If the woman’s photos are only with friends, I automatically think she is shy and insecure about her looks.In her journey to be forever young like the cast in her favorite TV show, , she shaved an entire decade off of her profile. As for her plan to be “Younger”, It worked for awhile. Things were going well until one of his fraternity brothers outed her, he said she looked a lot like his childhood babysitter. I came to discover that every single man I had a conversation with online admitted to knocking a few years off their age.She made it clear she had no intentions of ever ‘fessing up her real age.“I’m even pushing it by saying I’m 30. Even though I never went on an actual date with any of them after Justin, it was oddly comforting to know that men have the same complexes about aging as women do.