Dating the older man
Every guy comes to the realization that being jealous of your guy friends just makes him look sad and lame. Added bonus: He'll probably get along with your parents better because he's a little (tiny! Not that he's old, but he'll rock out to Hendrix with your dad in the man cave and not feel too weird about it. Having seen more than two vulvas, he knows each is a beautiful and unique orchid and he won't hesitate to compliment yours. He doesn't give a shit if you haven't shaved in a few days. I.e., he won't be one of those lamewads who clings to your friend group and sits around the house eating Cheez-Its and waiting for you to come over and watch Netflix with him. If he likes you, why would he avoid you until it's deemed societally appropriate to text?
Practice makes orgasms, or however that saying goes. And he knows that vulvas don't usually look like two unused Pink Pearl erasers and smell like Bath and Body Works vanilla bean. " Older guys probably have nieces or nephews or neighbor kids by this point and can interact with a child in a normal way. In his years of dating, he's probably been with a woman during a pregnancy scare and now fully understands the value of family planning. He has his own friends and job and hobbies and schedule.
Oooh, yeah, work that upholstery attachment that you read about in the Miele manual. Some guys just come to this realization sooner than others *cough**cough*. He knows what he wants and he won't waste your time if you're not it. He won't have a nervous breakdown about meeting your parents. Thankfully, most guys grow out of being the Leg Hair Police in their mid-20s. Not that there's anything wrong with Cheez-Its, but nobody likes a clinger. He is an Older Man and his texting knows no bounds.
The good news is: 60% of men are attracted to younger women, so you’re a hot commodity for anyone older, whether that’s two years older or, if you’re into it, 20.
Dating an older man can have some pretty great benefits.
While all of these won’t be true of every older man (after all, many suffer from Peter Pan syndrome), as a whole, you’re going to realize more of these benefits with an older man. There’s a good chance he’s midway in his career, and therefore at least somewhat financially stable. It basically is the opposite of being broke, which is a libido-killer for most women.
Being financially stable isn’t about making 0k a year. It’s nice to date a man who can afford to pay for dinner.
Or a 24-year-old girl from New Jersey who happens to blog about her relationship. DON' T use childhood/pop culture references that he will never get.